PCHS Robotics is holding a 3 day FTC Reliability Workshop June 7-9 at Park City High School.

When and Where?

Park City High School
Tuesday-Thursday, June 7-9
10am-3pm each day

Who should attend?

This workshop is for students who already have some experience with FTC. We will have an introductory workshop for students who do not have FTC experience in September.

What will we be doing?

Hardware: Lift Challenge: Build a RELIABLE Lift!

Engineers will mentor students in inmproving design for reliability. Students will prototype their designs and test them for reliability.

Software: Autonomous Challenge: Using Sensors to improve reliability during Autonomous operations.

Engineers will mentor students in improving software design for reliability. Students will prototype and practice using sensors, all with the goal of improving reliability.

What should I bring?

  • Lunch each day
  • An FTC Robot if possible. Multiple students from one team may bring a single robot.
  • Hardware students: Any lift components that you want to be sure to try (we will have parts... suggest you bring your favorites also)
  • Software students: A computer with Android Studio, tested and ready to program the robot that you will be working with.

Workshop Cost

The cost of the workshop is $30 for 3 days. Scholarships are available. Contact Sheri Prucka for scholarship information.


To register, fill in the form found here.