Frequently Asked Questions

Does ICT Workout work on iPads and Android tablets?
Not all of ICT Workout is currently compatible with iPads and tablets. Whilst most of the content will run on iPads and tablets, a keyboard is required to fully access all of the tasks. We are currently creating new HTML5 content that will work natively on all devices (e.g. Desktop, Laptop, Chromebook, Tablet, Phone).
Is there Data Management/Tracking with ICT Workout?
There is no data tracking available at the moment. Unfortunately we are unable to be more specific about the release date at this time, but it is currently in development. This service will be optional and there will be an additional annual charge not greater than the ordinary subscription.
What are the devices requirements to access ICT Workout?
You will need a device connected to the internet and a web browser capable of running HTML5 and WebAssembly. You can check if your browser supports HTML5 here and if it supports WebAssembly here. If you are still unsure if you will be able to access the content, try the free samples here.
Do you offer trials versions?
We are able to offer 7 day trials so that you can test the suitability of ICT Workout and to make sure it meets your needs. Please email us from your school email address asking for a trail.
Do students get their own login details?
There is only one global login for the whole school to each site. Students and teachers use the same username and password to login. When data tracking is available (see question 2), teachers will be able to assign an individual login to each student if they wish.
Is there a single-click login, so the students don’t have to remember the username and password?
Yes there is...

Replace xxxxxx with your username and replace yyyyyy with your password. All usernames and passwords are lowercase with no spaces.
Is it possible to download the content?
Sorry, it is not possible to download the content.
Can I advertise the school username and password on the school website?
No, as this would be a breach of the licence agreement, which states that you must not display the username and password on any publicly available media. So you could display it on your VLE, as only students and teachers of the school can access the VLE. You could send it out on an email newsletter as this only goes to parents and students of the school, but you would not display it on promotional material available at an open day. The basic idea is that you do not allow others to use your login to access the materials.