Wranx

'Wranx is a new way to remember information, consisting of short Drills to help move key elements of information to your long-term memory.'

'Unite have also funded two courses specific for Unite members only; CSCS and Employment Rights and Responsibilities.'

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Unite are working with unionlearn and Wranx to support members by providing free bite-sized Functional Skills and GCSE Maths and English revision online.  The content for each module has been written in conjunction with Gateshead College; rated as 'outstanding' by Ofsted.  The Maths and English revision modules as well as other courses have been developed to reinforce and underpin members existing knowledge through a continuous learning experience delivered on the Wranx platform.  

 Why use Wranx?

  • Build your knowledge - Learn and retain information that is beneficial for your role
  • 2-3 minutes a day - 10 questions a day is all it takes to learn with Wranx
  • Anytime, anywhere - Log in on any device whenever it fits your schedule
  • Track your progress - Easily track how you are progressing with your training

 What is Wranx?

Wranx is an online training tool that can be accessed on any device and uses the simple scientific idea of Spaced Repetition to provide learning that improves knowledge retention, even with as little as 2-3 minutes of training a day.

 Wranx utilises Spaced Repetition in the form of ‘Drills’ – a series of around 10 questions a day. What makes Wranx different is that you will be asked a question and then shown the answer. You then have to assess how well you knew that answer, using one of six different ratings, from ‘Nailed it’ to ‘Failed it’. Wranx then schedules the question to appear again at a later date… further in the future if you were confident with that question, and sooner if you are not as strong on that topic. This method is  scientifically proven to accelerate the learning process!

To see all courses and sign up, visit: https://unionlearn.ulp.wranx.com

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