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Providers of engaging and interactive, online teaching, learning and assessment clouds.

‘The Brain’ supports teachers by saving time and improving communication across all stakeholders, and students with 24/7 online access and engaging learning materials. With options to support BTEC and NVQs in Sport and qualifications in Education and Training, why not set up a free trial today to see what you could gain?

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The Sport Brain

The Sport Brain is uploaded with a variety of teaching and learning resources for L2/L3 BTEC and NVQ courses. This, coupled with a functional learning management and quality assurance system makes life alot more straight forward for educators, internal verifiers and standards verifiers.


The Education & Training Brain

The Education & Training Brain is uploaded with a variety of teaching, learning and assessment resources for L3, L4, L5 pathways. This, coupled with a functional learning management and quality assurance system makes life a lot more straight forward for educators, internal verifiers and standards verifiers.

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