The resources are structured by technical skill area theme with various video, animation, pictorial, and quiz-led activities throughout. A modular approach where the learner will be taken through and provided with instant feedback and opportunities to revisit subject matter at their own learning speed. All modules work towards achieving a digital certificate which is issued following a short evaluation.
For an educator the content also provides stretch learning activities to further engage students within that technical skill area.
All content has been developed in accordance with apprenticeship standards and technical qualifications throughout the UK.
This will help learners develop an understanding of carrying out repairs to exterior body panels and to identify a variety of techniques to repair them.
This will help learners to understand why certain defects appear on paintwork, how to identify them, and how to avoid their reoccurrence.
This will help learners to understand the procedures used for inspecting wheels and tyres and to use appropriate tools and equipment to carry out maintenance.
This will help learners to understand light vehicle electrical and electronic principles including current flow, electron flow, and voltage.
This will help learners recognise symptoms and faults associated with mechanical engine operation and enable them to carry out adjustments on engine diagnostic systems.
This will ‘stretch’ learners’ skills. It offers learners the opportunity to use the Electude simulator to identify issues with a car that won’t start and also covers fault codes used in troubleshooting.
This will help learners understand how light vehicle braking systems work and will focus on drum brakes, disc brakes, and the hydraulic braking system.
This will help learners to confidently develop their hole-soldering technique and guide them to reflect on the quality and speed of work.
This course in Floristry will help students to identify, check and monitor the quality of incoming cut materials.