Step-by-Step Arduino
for Beginners:
2023 Mini-Course

Master the foundation of Arduino programming and electronics required to prevail in robotics, IoT, and more!

Start learning how to use Arduino with this comprehensive mini-course! This course covers all the basics, from understanding how to use the development board, to writing code, to creating and debugging projects. 

With 2 hours of step-by-step video lessons, this course is perfect for Arduino beginners to get a head start and reach their goals faster

Unlimited Access

This free forever mini-course is yours to keep

No Hardware Required

Although preferred, you can follow along without it

No Experience Needed

Beginner friendly explanations, built upon a
grade 10 math and science background

In this course you will:

  • Jumpstart your ideas with the Arduino platform and Tinkercad
  • Succeed with using breadboards Gain mastery over using digital, analog, and PWM signals
  • Create exciting hardware projects using Arduino
  • Develop strategies proven to help make your own projects better and faster

A Course for Hands-On Learners

Learn how to build Arduino-powered projects with confidence. You will learn how to use Arduino to build a range of exciting projects, from LED patterns to a fully functional interactive UI. By the end of this course, you will be able to bring your own ideas to the world of physical computing.

Exploring Arduino with Industry Professionals

Created and taught by a team of experienced industry professionals, you can be sure that you’re gaining knowledge, skills, and best-practices that are the most up-to-date. Our team aims to give you the insights and training you wouldn’t find in any textbook or YouTube tutorial. With an emphasis on creativity and innovation, we are passionate about helping you become successful Arduino developers and hobbyists.

What Our Students Are Saying

This mini-course has seen tremendous success with thousands of students having already benefited from its curriculum. Let us equip you with the necessary skills to create amazing projects.

4.8 out of 5 on Thinkific
4.5 out of 5 on Udemy
Very straightforward mini course
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This mini course provided basic information that is useful for a beginner. The theory covered was absolutely necessary because it provided useful background information for direct applications
Very useful and thorough!!!
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This course is extremely helpful to a beginner and is broken down in a way that makes sense. It isn't overly complicated
Great Course
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Great Mini Course. Clear and well put together, easy to follow and understand.
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Good course. A lot of information packed in a quick course!
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A very good introduction to Arduino.
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I have learn new things
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Amazing Experience

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Course Curriculum

2 hours of step-by-step video content, 30 lessons, 4 step-by-step example projects, 3 challenge projects, and a final project to put everything you learnt together. 

Lesson 1: Welcome!

Lesson 2: Course Objectives and Resources

Lesson 3: Using the Arduino IDE

Lesson 4: Using Tinkercad Arduino Simulator

Lesson 5: Tinkercad or Hardware?

Lesson 6: Digital Signals

Lesson 7: Digital Outputs Pt1: Example Outline and Setup

Lesson 8: Digital Outputs Pt2: Using pinMode()

Lesson 9: Digital Outputs Pt3: Using digitalWrite()

Lesson 10: Digital Outputs Pt4: Using delay()

Lesson 11: Digital Outputs Pt5: Arcimuse Intro

Lesson 12: Using a Breadboard

Lesson 13: Digital Inputs Pt1: Example Outline and Setup

Lesson 14: Digital Inputs Pt2: Using digitalRead()

Lesson 15: Digital Inputs Pt3: If-Else Statments

Lesson 16: Digital Signal Challenge Project

Lesson 17: Analog Signals

Lesson 18: Analog Inputs Pt1: Example Outline and Setup

Lesson 19: Analog Inputs Pt2: Using analogRead()

Lesson 20: Analog Inputs Pt3: Performing Calculations

Lesson 21: Analog Inputs Pt4: A Common Pitfall and Best Practices

Lesson 22: Analog Signal Challenge Project

Lesson 23: PWM Signals

Lesson 24: PWM Signals Pt1: Example Outline and Setup

Lesson 25: PWM Signals Pt2: Using analogWrite()

Lesson 26: PWM Signals Pt3: For Loops

Lesson 27: PWM Signal Challenge Project

Lesson 28: Course Final Project

Lesson 29: Downloadable Resources

Lesson 30: Bonus Lecture

About Us

All problems are solvable. At Gentiam Electronics, we believe through exploration, people can solve them. We empower creators and problem-solvers to solve their most compelling problems through, accessible, time-saving innovations, allowing them the freedom to explore.

Gentiam Electronics