iCEV’s Architecture, Construction, Transportation & Manufacturing curriculum was created with educators and students in mind. Educators have unlimited access to prebuilt, fully customizable courses, complete with media-rich lessons and supporting coursework. Lessons within this site feature industry experts and cover important topics such as tools & safety, construction trades, engine technology, welding and more.
iCEV equips you to face the challenge of managing multiple preps head-on. Our diverse content library and coursework make it simple for you to teach a range of courses with a single resource, all at a cost-effective price!
Plus, should your course offerings change, there is no need to update your instructional materials.
Keep classes running smoothly and on track while you're away. iCEV's pre-planned lessons and resources simplify preparing for a substitute.
Substitutes can conduct meaningful lessons in your absence, allowing you to encourage a continually productive learning environment.
Easily schedule a personalized, online professional development session with an iCEV Curriculum Consultant at your convenience.
Customized professional development sessions meet the needs of schools and districts looking to maximize use of iCEV (based on availability).
Throughout the year, iCEV frequently hosts specialized workshops and in-booth presentations at education conferences across the country.
Industry certifications tested for on iCEV are developed and issued by leading industry partners, reflect the needs of real-world career expectations and can be earned while completing regular coursework.EXPLORE CERTIFICATIONS
“I like iCEV because my teachers love it. Everything they need is right there and they love the online aspect of it.”
“What I like [about iCEV] best is the fact that it is constantly changing. When iCEV changes, the teacher automatically gets the update. It's constantly evolving.”
“It's hands-on. The students seem to really like it because they can see it. It's interactive for them, and I think that promotes learning.”