Introducing our Automotive Program
This program has been designed to allow you to build an automotive course mapped to IMI standards
that will enable your students to become hi-tech auto technicians.
A unique blend of online digital learning resources and practical equipment combines to create an automotive teaching program that will deliver the knowledge and practical skills students need to achieve success.
Our aim is to help you develop skilled technicians with a solid understanding of automotive technology and fault-finding techniques.
Built with IMI in Mind
Our learning content is mapped to IMI standards and we are continually updating our content to meet these standards.
Automotive theory taught in a practical way… including:
Exposing the inner workings of components provides a safe and accessible way of viewing how complex systems are constructed – key components are color-coded for easy identification. Our cut-aways are fitted with hand cranks to enable students and teachers to see how components interact with each other to create a fully working system.
Autotronics Panel Trainers
Our innovative computer-linked panel trainers simulate a range of complex vehicle operations that can be used in a safe classroom environment. These trainers are lightweight, freestanding and are a great resource for front-of-class teaching and group activities.
Our unique autotronics boards provide students with a practical approach to theoretical learning. Diagnostic and faultfinding skills can be developed from the safety of the classroom with these desktop systems… it’s just like the real thing!
System and Component Rigs
Many automotive technology concepts are best taught using fully functioning vehicle component rigs, where an instructor can show students a wide variety of diagnostic and maintenance techniques. Students are also able to perform tasks on systems without the need for a complete vehicle, which in some cases means practical tasks can also take place in the classroom.
Medium/Heavy Truck Rigs
Just like our light vehicle system and component rigs but bigger! All of our medium/heavy truck rigs are fitted with casters to enable transportation around the workshop.
“With this program, my students can practice their diagnostic skills in the classroom and then take that knowledge and the skills into a workshop where they can do various different tests on a real vehicle or an engine rig."- Errol Ince, Deputy Head of School of Technology at Bromley College
Why choose our Automotive program?
Complete Online Automotive Library
Full range of learning content, including presentations, investigations, assessments and practical tasks available online – log-in anytime anywhere!
Our team of curriculum creators are continually adding new content to the program. Look out for these new features each time you log on. Your feedback is important to us and drives us to continually improve the content you receive, and the way in which you receive it.
Support, Support… Support!
At the heart of our learning content is a fully integrated support system. Every lesson includes easy access to academic and technical subject support. Teachers - If something goes wrong or you can’t find the answer online, we are only a phone call away.
Our active learning program is composed of creative hands-on tasks and interactive virtual software that work together flawlessly to create exciting lessons and environments where students can actively engage in their own learning.
Some of our lessons include exciting simulators that provide students with an introduction to fault-finding techniques in the safety of the classroom. These lessons are our favourites!
Learning Management at your Fingertips
Our learning management system will track and record the progress and attainment of your students, and the schools progress overall. To keep your students on their toes you can even see how often they log in!
“The sheer variety and number of resources is excellent, the quality is very high. We are very happy with what we have and will continue to invest in the resources, believing that they have contributed to increased student success rates.”- Mark Thompson, Director of ILT and e-Learning at Wiltshire College