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Get in the room with LEGO® Model building these holidays … starting now

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Susan Boucher is an engineer, she’s passionate about robots and how things work and her new small business Young Engineers Brisbane North focuses on sharing those passions with tribes of 3-6 and 6-12 year-olds.

Susan’s STEM Edutainment workshops start next week in the Brisbane suburbs of Stafford, Herston and Wilston.

I’ve been helping Susan design her new business through my work with Greater Brisbane Small Business Advisory Services and she’s ready to roll.

You can get your daughter or son in the room with Susan for less than $20 for an hour and a half of exciting educational building fun with Lego Challenge and Big Builder sessions.

Call 0451 969 754 or email Susan personally at Brisbanenorth@young-engineers.com.au

Sessions start next Tuesday November 8:

Lego Challenge, 6-12yrs, Wilston State School, Grange, from 3.30-5pm for 5 weeks at $16.50 per week (introductory price, normally $18 per week).

Wednesday, November 9:

Big Builders, 3-6yrs, Stafford Community Centre from 9.30-10.30am for five weeks at $13.30 per week or 5 sessions for $50.

Saturday, December 10 and December 17:

Lego Challenge, 6-12yrs, ILP Learning Hub, Herston, from 9.30-11.00am at $19.80 per session.

Lego Challenge, 6-12yrs, ILP Learning Hub, Herston, from 2:00 – 3:30pm at $19.80 per session.

At the Brisbane State High School, South Brisbane, on:

December 12-14, $70 per day sessions from 9.00am-4:30pm.

During the school holidays, Susan will be running sessions at ILP Learning Hub, Herston, on:

December 16, 21 & 23 $66 for an all-day session 9.30am-4:00pm.

More sessions for January will be advertised in the coming weeks at www.BrisbaneNorth.young-engineers.com.au

If you are thinking about starting your own small business, I have sessions available for booking now, all during November and December to January 2017. Simply call 0413 004 138 or email edupreneurservices@gmail.com. Visit http://gbsbas.com.au/ to find out more and what’s available, fully funded by the Federal Government’s AusIndustry.

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