Interactive, Cost Effective and Engaging Automotive Training for High Schools
High school students today are digital natives. They have no recollection of a world without the Internet. Between television, video games, mobile phones, and social media, a large portion of their day is spent looking at a screen.
This is their world and CDX Automotive targets our interactive and online automotive training for high schools right at the center of their comfort zone.
Partners with Teachers and Administrators
In an ideal world, you would have unlimited budgets and classrooms would be equipped with the latest lab equipment.
But you live in the real world, where your budgets are tight, where you need to plan anywhere from 6 months to 2 years in advance, and where your classrooms may not have enough computers for every student.
We understand this. Our learning consultants will partner with you and your school to show you how our flexible, modular courses can be a perfect match for your budgets and classroom limitations.
Training for Instructors
Using our approach that integrates print, online, video and interactive simulations, your students will be more engaged, retain more information and experience better success in your program than before.
With any CDX Automotive training course, you get a robust set of easy-to-use course management tools. We train you on:
- How to use each component; at a time that’s convenient for you.
- How to customize them for your teaching style with customizable menus and set-up options.
- How to customize your live activity reports and NATEF task tracking application.
Solutions for Typical Classroom Issues
Don’t have enough computers? Project our simulations and videos so everyone can see.
Can’t get under the hood? Our videos get inside the vehicle so the whole classroom can see it at the same time.
Have liability concerns or limited access to do repairs? Our interactive simulations and tasksheets prepare your students for the real world.
Our unique Know-See-Do-Prove instructional model-based courses are effective with the diverse learning needs of high school level students in a real classroom environment.
For high schools that have budget limitations or don’t want to use all 8 ASE areas, most schools choose one or more of the following CDX curriculum areas:
- General Service Technician
- Steering and Suspension
- Engine Performance
All of these curriculums are aligned with your country’s standards and can offer your students a solid training foundation towards successful certification.