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Inventing Workshop and Competition
This workshop will teach you the basics of inventing. You'll learn how to come up with new ideas, how to prototype your inventions, and how to bring your inventions to market.
What You'll Learn
The different steps involved in the inventing process.
How to come up with new ideas.
How to prototype your inventions.
How to bring your inventions to market.
Who Should Attend
This workshop is for anyone who is interested in inventing. Whether you're a beginner or you're an experienced inventor, you'll learn something new from this workshop.
The workshop will run for one hour and forty-five minutes, the contest runs for about a week.
To Register
To register for the workshop, please visit our profile for the SHWWF,
To enter the competition, please fill out .
We hope to see you there!
Benefits of Attending an Inventing Workshop
There are many benefits to attending an inventing workshop. Here are a few of the most common:
Learn how to invent. Inventing workshops can teach you the basics of inventing, from coming up with new ideas to bringing your inventions to market.
Get feedback from experts. The instructors in inventing workshops are often experienced inventors who can give you feedback on your ideas and inventions.
Network with other inventors. Inventing workshops are a great way to meet other inventors and learn from their experiences.
If you're looking for a way to learn how to invent, then an inventing workshop is a great option for you.
Here are some additional details about the workshop:
The workshop will be led by a group of experienced inventors.
The workshop will be broken down into smaller modules, so you'll have plenty of opportunities to practice your inventing skills.
You'll be able to ask questions and get feedback from the instructors throughout the workshop.
We hope you'll join us for this fun and informative workshop!
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