You will find links below to each workbook. Before starting any workbooks please ensure you have read all of the information below.
It is important that you complete these workbooks in your own words and that an understanding of the anatomy and physiology pre-learning workbooks can be demonstrated. Whilst we welcome the use of electronic web based resources, it is critical that you undertake reading around the subject area and as such we recommend the use of a good anatomy and physiology book that you feel will support your development.
When completing these workbooks make sure you have enough time to complete each individual workbook in full. If you leave the individual workbook page you are working on then it will not remember your previous answers.
If you come back to a workbook it will start from the beginning, this can be useful for recapping and revisiting this information in the future.
Workbooks will take candidates varying amounts of time, depending on your subject knowledge, research and reading required. We advise that you review the work book first, skipping back and forth to ascertain an estimated amount of time you may need to complete it.
Device & Connection
When completing the workbooks ensure you are on a device that you can save the exported file to. This would be a device like a PC, Mac or laptop where you have access to the hard drive. Where possible ensure your internet connection is stable, so you do not lose any previous work as you progress through the workbooks.
What to do when you have completed each workbook
On the final screen of each workbook please select ‘export text’ so you can access your feedback this file will also be your proof of completion.
The link in the document will bring you back to this workbook, should you wish to recap.
Please rename the exported text file to include your name and the workbook topic. Once you have completed all 3 workbooks and have downloaded the text files, email them ALL to email@example.com
Please do not send the workbooks individually.
Please complete each workbook in one sitting. If you close the window or refresh the page, it will delete your work.