SKILLSHARE on basic electronics for Rosie the Restarter

London, United Kingdom

Hosted by Group avatarRosie the Restarter

Volunteers at a Restart Party fixing devices, cropped on hands


*If you identify as a man, this event is not for you! There are plenty of others for you*

Hurray! A skillshare on electronics just for women and non-binary people! At these skillshares, we create a space to learn collaboratively. These events are designed to increase volunteer gender diversity at our community Restart Parties.

This session will be about basic electronics: We will learn about different electronic components and practise to use a multimeter to detect faults. We’ll also try to build our own electronic circuits.

You don’t need any experience to join! This skillshare is a great way learn in an open and friendly environment, created for and by us. Come along, bring your friends and learn some new skills together.

None of us are professionals, you don’t have to be an expert to learn and contribute. We will share our knowledge with each other and learn by doing.

Accessibility: The event venue is on the ground floor. Step-free access and an accessible bathroom are available. Please get in touch if you have questions!


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6 Canterbury Crescent, London, UK

About the group

Group avatar

Rosie the Restarter

[If you identify as a man, please do not join this group.]

We organise skillshares run for/by women and non-binary people. They create a space to share, boost confidence and get technical together.

We want to bring gender diversity to our London Restart Parties and empower women and non-binary people to get stuck in repairing.

We believe everyone should have the right to repair. We believe everyone should have the capacity to take full ownership of their devices.

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Restart Party Do’s and Don’ts


  • Check if your device is still within warranty, you may be eligible for a free repair, replacement or a refund. (Which? helps in the UK).
  • Take responsibility for your device and your data. Our volunteers are here to help you learn to fix your gadget, not to provide a free repair service. Get involved!
  • Backup your data. We can’t be responsible for your cat pics, so please back up your device before you come. (Of course you already do this once a month, right?)
  • Charge up your device and bring all leads.
  • Get in touch with organisers if you have any questions about whether a fix is possible.


  • Assume repairs will be successful. We help fix over half of devices at our events. Even if your repair is unsuccessful, you will learn about your device and why it failed.
  • Expect us to have spare parts. But we can help you source them. Often people visit twice: first we’ll help diagnose the fault, then you source the spare part, and on your return we’ll help you do a replacement.
  • Attempt a mobile screen repair just to save money. DIY mobile screen repair is a learning opportunity first and foremost. Please see our advice page first.
  • Bring a microwave.