Individual Learning Modules (ILMs) are standardized training materials for instructors and students in apprenticeship trades and technical training courses. These modules are based on Alberta's apprenticehip course outlines and are intended to provide apprentices with standardized learning materials that are current and meet industry standards in Alberta. ILMs are ordered from this site and then printed and sold at the local training institution for students to purchase.
How ILMs are developed
Experienced subject matter experts write the modules based on learning outcomes identified by Industry. All ILMs meet current industry standards in Alberta and are subjected to a peer-review cycle and are regularly updated. Instructors and students are encouraged to provide feedback on modules.
ILMs have an average of 5 objectives and 50 pages per module.
Each objective represents approximately 1 hour of classroom instruction.
Every module contains a self-test, along with an answer key.
ILMs are produced in a printed, booklet format.