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OPEN THE DOOR…  PLEASE?!

The Story :

You are on a guided tour in a local power generating utility with your class.

Suddenly, an electric security door shuts down. There is only air for 30 minutes… 


Can you escape in time?

In this escape room you will immerse in

ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING 

and cover the following related skills and typical tasks:

  • Ability to read and apply technical documents 
  • Identification of work equipment, working methods, and safety measures 
  • Understanding and repairing circuit boards
  • Logical, problem-solving and numerical skills

Learning outcomes:

  • Know relevant basic terms and principles of electronic engineering
  • Understand basic circuit boards and identify errors/ensure a proper electric flow
  • Know and identify relevant equipment of electronic engineers
  • Identify safety hazards typical for the work of electronic engineers

Time Frame:

  • 60 minutes Preparation before playing (reading instructions, preparing materials)
  • 10 minutes Introduction of the players
  • 30 minutes Estimated game time for one group
  • 20 minutes for Follow up
  • 15 minutes Resetting the room after one play-through

Riddle Overview:

  • Investigate surroundings
  • Key safe code
  • Understanding the final goal
  • Find the electrician
  • Understanding the circuit plan
  • Equipment grid
  •  Ohm’s Triangle note

Do you have any questions?

You need more info or have an idea how you could use an EscapeRoomSetting for your needs?

And don't know how to implement it? Then let us advise you?

Then call us, write an e-mail or use our contact form!

Phone: +49 335 56 21-2000
E-mail: info@escape2stay.eu

ESCAPE2STAY
MAKE VET YOUR FIRST CHOICE

ERASMUS+ KA2
Coordinator: IHK-Projektgesellschaft
2020-1-DE02-KA202-007427
2020-2023

 

Contact

Phone: +49 335 56 21 - 2000
E-mail: info@escape2stay.eu

Address

IHK-Projektgesellschaft mbH
Team ERASMUS+

IHK-Projektgesellschaft mbH
Puschkinstraße 12 b
15236 Frankfurt (Oder)
Deutschland

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