About this course
Aeromodelling is an enjoyable and educational hobby that involves constructing and flying model aircraft. It teaches children about aerodynamics, engineering, and physics, allowing them to build and fly various types of models, such as gliders, parachutes, and paper planes. Balsa Chuck Gliders, made of lightweight balsa wood, is a common type of model airplane used in aeromodelling. These simple designs require basic hand tools to build and are an excellent starting point for children or beginners.
The Balsa Chuck Glider is launched by hand and glides through the air, providing kids with the opportunity to test different designs and modifications to understand the principles of flight. Through aeromodelling, students not only learn about the flight but also develop problem-solving skills, creativity, and imagination through model design and decoration. By the end of the course, students will have a comprehensive understanding of aeromodelling and the ability to apply their knowledge through hands-on activities. Whether they continue as hobbyists or pursue related fields such as engineering or physics, aeromodelling provides a solid foundation for their future learning.
What you’ll learn?
- What is Aeromodelling?
- Learn how an Airplane flies.
- Explore the various parts of an Airplane.
- Learn about the various forces of flight
- Learn to make 7 different airplane models using the Aeromodelling Wizard Kit.
- 3 Levels in total – Learner, Consumer & Creator
- 7+ Activities
- Full-time access.
- Easy access on mobile and laptops
- Certificate on completion
- No prior Knowledge required
- Interest in learning new concepts
- The Corechamp Aeromodelling Wizard Kit is mandatory.
- Basic knowledge of shapes and designs is an advantage
Who is this course for?
This course is designed to introduce students to the exciting world of aeromodelling. Students will learn about the principles of flight, aerodynamics, and the basics of building model aircraft. Through hands-on activities, they will construct and fly different types of model planes, including gliders, parachutes, and paper airplanes.