Structured courses and 5-6 minute interactive lessons
These worksheets will guide you through a range of online exercises that will teach you about the principles, planning, components, design and maintenance of an example hydraulic system.
The course is aimed at people working in the fluid power industry including purchasing, operating and maintaining hydraulic systems.
It is aimed at people with only a good working knowledge of fluid power systems.
Includes a printable assessment form.
Our 3-5 minute online microlearning courses satisfy 'just-in-time' or 'on-the-go' training needs This technique has been shown to improve overall retention.
Giving students the control over each interactive, narrated presentation allows them to explore the subject and helps increase their interest and retention.
Courses can be accessed 24 hours a day via any mobile device, PC or web browser. Flexible learning provides the best solution for all learners.
Hydraulic Simulations and Experiments
Allowing students to experiment with real product simulations provides by far the most effective way for them to gain a full understanding of how components work.
Including educational games within the courses has been shown to significantly increase engagement and retention.
Additional Information Links
Links to additional relevant information are provided to encourage the more able students to extend their skills.
Interactive quiz modules give quick feedback on students' progress and are used for practice, qualifications or to reinforce what has been learned.
Low-Cost CMS Creation
Courses are created by entering the content into a simple spreadsheet content management system (CMS). This allows very quick and cost-effective course creation.
Our training programs are mostly driven by a simple spreadsheets that contains the content and instructions. Let us know if you'd like to create your own training programs using our standard software frameworks.
Please let us know if you'd like to test our pre-release versions or have an 'in house' training courses at local premises.
Each course contains lesson plan (PDF), presentation for the classroom (PPT) and online quiz.
A typical syllabus includes: