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Automotive Technician Training: entry level 3: Introduction to Light Vehicle Technology

Automotive Technician Training: entry level 3: Introduction to Light Vehicle Technology (Paperback)

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A blended learning approach to automotive engineering at foundation level Used alongside the ATT Training online learning resources, this textbook covers everything that students need to learn in order to pass Introduction to Motor Vehicle Engineering (EL3) automotive courses. This book takes a blended learning approach, using interactive features that make learning more enjoyable as well as more effective. When linked with the ATT Training online resources it provides a comprehensive package that includes activities, animations, assessments and further reading. Information and activities are set out in sequence so as to meet teacher and learner needs as well as qualification requirements.

TransportTransport technology & tradesAutomotive technology & tradesAutomotive or motor mechanic skills Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd Publication Date: 15/10/2014 ISBN-13: 9780415720403  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Tom Denton is the leading UK automotive author with a teaching career spanning lecturer to head of automotive engineering in a large college. His range of automotive textbooks published since 1995 are bestsellers and led to his authoring of the Automotive Technician Training multimedia system that is in common use in the UK, USA and several other countries. Tom now works as the eLearning Development Manager for the Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI)

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