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Vex Robotics Driver

Join the Free VEX Certification System and earn a certification that validates the learning outcomes of a VEX Robotics or REC Foundation Certification course.

Vex Robotics Driver

VEX Robotics Competition. The VEX Robotics Competition, presented by the Robotics Education & Competition Foundation, is the largest and fastest growing middle school, high school and university robotics program globally with more than 20,000 teams from 50 countries playing in over 1,700 competitions worldwide. Like the V5 System, the VEX ARM® Cortex®-based Microcontroller, VEXnet Joystick and VEXnet Key 2.0 each contain its own firmware. To update this firmware, you will need to download the VEXnet Firmware Upgrade Utility, the VEXnet Key 2.0 Firmware Upgrade Utility and the VEXnet Serial USB Driver. Standings for the 2020-2021 VEX Robotics Competition ranked season only includes results from official VEX Robotics Competition events. The column labeled 'Score' represents the highest Robot Skills score posted to date, and is used to rank teams.

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Vex Robotics Drivers

The VEX Certification System demonstrates to other educators that VEX certified educators understand the fundamentals of using and implementing VEX Robotics. The VEX Certification System also allows REC Foundation volunteers to demonstrate competency in various aspect of running a REC Foundation event.

Vex Robotics Drivers

In addition to the lessons in the training courses, users will also have the opportunity to take practice exams, ensuring that they are completely prepared for the certification exam.

Vex Robotics Drivetrain Design

Once certified, you will gain access to a growing community of users and resources in various Professional Learning Communities (PLCs).

The VEX Certification System is available to all users at no cost.

Below are the available Certification Programs. Select a program to see the available certification offerings.

VEX Robotics Certification Programs

For all users getting started with VEX Robotics.

REC Foundation Certification Programs

For all users getting started volunteering with the REC Foundation programs. These courses may have age restrictions.

Become the best remote control driver at VEX IQ competitions. Test your skills in a number of challenges now. Pass them successfully and become a 'Class R1' driver.

The goal of 'FLLCasts Certified VEX Driver - Class R1' is to certify your abilities to remotely control a VEX IQ robot. Everything is prepared for you. The course book contains a robot to build, remote control program to download and challenges to complete. If you complete each challenge below a certain time, and prove it, you will receive the 'FLLCasts Certified VEX Driver - Class R1' certificate.

Find the Complete Guide at VEX IQ Robotics Competition

The first level of the course book is currently available for a free as it is in a Pre-release.

When participating in a VEX IQ competition you will remotely control the robots. Most students do not practice and think remote controlling the robots is easy. The single greatest mistake teams do during their preparation for the competition is that the students learn how to controll the robot on the day of the competition.

In the following course book we have gathered a number of challenges to prepare you.

Little Truckie robot construction

The robot construction is available to you and is the same for all FLLCasts Certified VEX Driver - Class R1 participants. The challenges are also the same. Only the times achieved by each driver are different.

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Vex Robotics Driver Game

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Certification requirements

To receive a ceritification for your driving skills you must complete each of the levels in a given time. For more information on the levels, the requirements and the leaderboards, please refer to the corresponding tutorials: