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Description

Master Arduino for all your programming needs, with this step-by-step training course for hardware developers. Designed by industry experts, our instructor will take you through how to create interactive hardware projects in Arduino, ideal for beginners and developers looking for a refresher training course.

You’ll fully familiarise with the Arduino hardware and programming environment, learning how to utilise its key features and tools for simplifying tasks.

Course Design

The course is delivered through our online learning platform, accessible through any internet-connected device. There are no formal deadlines or teaching schedules, meaning you are free to study the course at your own pace.

You are taught through a combination of

  • Video lessons
  • Online study materials

Will I receive a certificate of completion?

Upon successful completion, you will qualify for the UK and internationally-recognised certification and you can choose to make your achievement formal by obtaining your PDF Certificate at a cost of £9 and Hard Copy Certificate for £15.

Why study this course

Whether you’re an existing practitioner or aspiring professional, this course will enhance your expertise and boost your CV with key skills and an accredited qualification attesting to your knowledge.

The Arduino is open to all, with no formal entry requirements. All you need is a passion for learning, a good understanding of the English language, numeracy and IT, and to be over the age of 16.

Course Curriculum

Section 1: Introduction
Unit 1: Instructor’s Introduction 00:05:00
Section 2: Simulating Arduino Boards and Testing the Code
Unit 1: Introduction 00:01:00
Unit 2: Downloading and Installing Proteus Software 00:03:00
Unit 3: Adding Arduino Library to Proteus 00:05:00
Unit 4: Downloading and Installing Arduino Coding Software 00:05:00
Section 3: Start Testing
Unit 1: Your First Code in Arduino Coding Software 00:06:00
Unit 2: Editing the Code and Getting the Hex File 00:03:00
Unit 3: Loading the Hex File and Running the Simulation 00:04:00
Section 4: Things You Need to Know
Unit 1: Introduction 00:01:00
Unit 2: What Is Arduino 00:02:00
Unit 3: The Holes in Board 00:01:00
Unit 4: How to Do It 00:01:00
Unit 5: The Breadboard 00:05:00
Unit 6: Arduino Thinking Process 00:06:00
Unit 7: Putting Together Your First circuit 00:04:00
Unit 8: Cut and Paste Coding 00:04:00
Unit 9: Circuit Diagram 00:04:00
Section 5: Practical Work
Unit 1: Inputs: Buttons 00:04:00
Unit 2: Analog Input: Potentiometer 00:04:00
Unit 3: Analog Input: IR sensor 00:04:00
Section 6: Arduino v Raspberry Pi vs PIC Microcontroller
Unit 1: Introduction 00:04:00
Unit 2: What is Arduino Raspberry Pi and PIC Microcontroller 00:06:00
Unit 3: Quick Summary of the Main Differences 00:05:00
Unit 4: Hardware: Power and Connectivity 00:03:00
Unit 5: Hardware: IO Pins Storage and USB 00:04:00
Unit 6: Software Comparison 00:05:00
Unit 7: Expanding Onward Capabilities 00:03:00
Unit 8: Deciding Between the Three Options 00:06:00
Section 7: Make Your Own Arduino Board at Home
Unit 1: Introduction 00:02:00
Unit 2: Basic Parts Requirements 00:02:00
Unit 3: Parts Needed to Get the Job Done 00:03:00
Unit 4: Wire Up a Power Supply 00:05:00
Unit 5: ATMEGA Introduction 00:03:00
Unit 6: ATMEGA Connection 00:07:00
Unit 7: Arduino Ready 00:05:00
Unit 8: Bootloading Your Chips Optional 00:06:00
Unit 9: Finishing Up and Burning the Bootloader 00:06:00
Section 8: Connect and Interface Raspberry Pi with Arduino
Unit 1: Introduction 00:03:00
Unit 2: Raspberry Pi Connections 00:03:00
Unit 3: Raspberry Pi Configuration and Code 00:06:00
Unit 4: Arduino Configuration 00:06:00
Unit 5: Arduino Raspberry Pi Connection 00:02:00
Unit 6: Finishing Configuration 00:07:00
Unit 7: Completing the Python Setup 00:05:00
Unit 8: Final Step 00:01:00
Section 9: Arduino Web Control: Step by Step Guide
Unit 1: Introduction 00:04:00
Unit 2: Required Materials 00:09:00
Unit 3: Circuit Diagram 00:06:00
Unit 4: Code Overview 00:04:00
Unit 5: Code Explanation Part One 00:04:00
Unit 6: Code Explanation Part Two 00:06:00
Unit 7: Code Explanation Part Three 00:05:00
Section 10: Arduino Bluetooth
Unit 1: Introduction 00:02:00
Unit 2: Hardware and Software Components 00:07:00
Unit 3: Let’s Start Building 00:04:00
Unit 4: Working Procedure 00:03:00
Unit 5: Android Application 00:08:00
Unit 6: Note 00:01:00
Unit 7: Schematic 00:02:00
Unit 8: Code 00:10:00
Unit 9: Testing Code 00:10:00
Section 11: Arduino Radar
Unit 1: Introduction 00:02:00
Unit 2: Learning Objectives of This Course 00:02:00
Unit 3: Hardware Requirements 00:03:00
Unit 4: What is Arduino and Downloading Arduino Software 00:05:00
Unit 5: What is Ultrasonic Sensor 00:03:00
Unit 6: What is Servo Motor 00:04:00
Unit 7: Software Requirements Schematic 00:08:00
Unit 8: Arduino Code Explained 00:06:00
Unit 9: Processing Code + Java JDK 00:07:00
Section 12: Practical Assembly
Unit 1: Basic Parts Needed for This Project 00:02:00
Unit 2: Practical Assembly 00:05:00
Section 13: Arduino Motion Detector: Step by Step Guide
Unit 1: Introduction 00:03:00
Unit 2: Software and Hardware Requirements 00:08:00
Unit 3: Working Procedure 00:02:00
Unit 4: Circuit Diagram 00:07:00
Unit 5: Code Explained in Details 00:08:00
Section 14: Arduino Weather Station
Unit 1: Introduction 00:03:00
Unit 2: Things Used in This Project – Hardware 00:03:00
Unit 3: Things Used in This Project – Software and Web Editor 00:08:00
Unit 4: Temperature and Humidity Sensor Wiring 00:04:00
Unit 5: Code to Test DHT Sensors Using Serial Monitor 00:05:00
Unit 6: Code for LCD and DHT Sensor Together 00:04:00
Unit 7: Final Code for LCD RTC and DHT Sensor 00:05:00
Section 15: Automatic Irrigation System with Arduino
Unit 1: Introduction 00:04:00
Unit 2: Required Materials 00:04:00
Unit 3: Download and Install Arduino IDE 00:09:00
Unit 4: Circuit Diagram LCD Connection Explained 00:05:00
Unit 5: Circuit Diagram Continue 00:03:00
Unit 6: Working Procedure 00:02:00
Unit 7: Code Overview 00:03:00
Unit 8: Code Explanation 00:05:00
Section 16: Arduino Alarm Clock Using a Real Time Clock and LCD Screen
Unit 1: Introduction 00:03:00
Unit 2: Working Procedure 00:02:00
Unit 3: Circuit Diagram 00:08:00
Unit 4: Arduino Alarm Clock Code Part – 1 00:07:00
Unit 5: Arduino Alarm Clock Code Part – 2 00:04:00
Unit 6: Arduino Alarm Clock Practical Assembly 00:04:00
Section 17: Arduino Wireless Power Transmission
Unit 1: Introduction 00:03:00
Unit 2: Wireless Power Introduction History and Efficiency Chart Explained 00:05:00
Unit 3: How Wireless Power Works 00:05:00
Unit 4: Why We Need Wireless Electricity 00:02:00
Unit 5: Advantages and Disadvantages 00:03:00
Unit 6: Range of WiTricity and WiTricity Applications 00:04:00
Unit 7: How Safe is Wireless Electricity 00:01:00
Unit 8: Wireless Powered Arduino Project 00:01:00
Unit 9: Let’s Build It 00:03:00
Unit 10: Code and Troubleshooting 00:05:00
Unit 11: How Does This Circuit Work 00:02:00
Section 18: Arduino Multicolor RGB LED Lamp Controlled Using Bluetooth
Unit 1: Introduction 00:01:00
Unit 2: Course Requirements 00:01:00
Unit 3: Downloading and Installing Arduino 00:07:00
Unit 4: Components Explained 00:10:00
Unit 5: Assembly 00:03:00
Unit 6: The Code 00:13:00
Assignment
Assignment – Arduino 00:00:00
  • £425.00 £25.00 ex Vat
  • 1 year
  • Number of Units116
  • Number of Quizzes0
  • 8 hours, 24 minutes

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