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Brilliant Labs team member training


About This Course

This course will guide you through all that we do at Brilliant Labs and set you up for success in our organisation. From your first day of training where you will learn how we got started, we will guide you through our innovation challenges, documented ressources all while having some hands-on activities and also all about our very own b.board. We will finish the week of training with the admin tasks.

Here is what we will go over : all about BL, Innovation challenges, Robotics, Cybersecurity, Biomaking, Project portal and content creation... just to name a few.


Make sure you have received your maker kit - to get started.

Course staff

Natacha Vautour

With a wealth of experience in education since 2003, Natacha has been a member of the Brilliant Labs organization since 2019. Her passion for realizing ambitious ideas has garnered recognition, including winning the prestigious New Generation of Teachers Award during her teaching internship. As a teacher, speaker, entrepreneur, and devoted mother, she spearheads innovative projects and guides educators and students in the realm of creative and groundbreaking maker initiatives, seamlessly integrating technology across disciplines. Natacha's forward-thinking mindset and her unwavering belief in 21st-century education make her a catalyst for constant evolution. Her insatiable curiosity, commitment to lifelong learning, and generosity define her character. She dreams of a future where young people share their school experiences with the same enthusiasm as a trip to Walt Disney, and she tirelessly works towards making that dream a reality.

Frequently Asked Questions

What web browser should I use?

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Can I start my course even if I did not receive my Maker Kit?

Your can get through most of day 1 and 2 without your kit. Make sure you book mark the sections that you did not do.