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The RDP Makerspace is a place to learn through exploration, innovation, and creation.

Code of Conduct

Makerspace users agree that:

  • The Makerspace is inclusive of all users, from beginners to experts. 
  • The Makerspace is a place of learning. Sometimes things will not work, and that’s ok. 
  • Racism, sexism, ableism, homophobia, transphobia, and other forms of discrimination will not be tolerated in the Makerspace. 
  • The Makerspace is accessible to Red Deer Polytechnic students, faculty, staff, and the community.  
  • The Makerspace is a collaborative and fun place, but please be courteous of those working nearby and others waiting to use the spaces and equipment.

Makerspace users will: 

  • Follow all guidelines and the direction of the Makerspace Technicians.
  • Treat Makerspace equipment and technology with respect. If a tool or piece of equipment is not working correctly, notify the staff.
  • Clean up after themselves and return spaces, equipment, and software to its original state.
  • Be accompanied by an adult if under the age of 18.
  • Not bring food into the Makerspace. Beverages in covered containers are okay. 
  • Report all accidents, injuries, or incidents to the Makerspace Technicians. 
  • Ask for help if needed.

Adapted from Thompson Rivers University

RDP Makerspace Code of Conduct Form