Motorcar Training Videos

What is the Motorcar Training Videos About?

The Motorcar training videos (‘evideos’) is produced based on the subjects in CDC’s Class 3/3A practical curriculum, there will be 21 manual car videos and 19 automatic car videos. For school Class 3/3A Learners, these videos will be available as part of the enrolment package as an additional training resource and on a pay-per-view basis. In the videos, learners are shown the core aspects of the corresponding practical subject. There is a video for most subjects of the curriculum. However,...

How Do I Access the eVideos?

To access the videos, please login using the steps here ( You will see the video list where videos shown in white are available (open) to watch. Videos which are closed are greyed out. Greyed out videos are available on a Pay-per-View basis. For more information, please read the article "Purchase of Pay-Per-View Videos" (

Purchase of Pay-Per-View Videos

Videos that are greyed out are available on pay-per-view basis at a fee of $1.00 (subject to prevailing GST). Refer to attachment - CLICK HERE ( on steps to purchase the videos. Please note that fees paid are non-refundable.

Why Are Certain eVideos Not Available for Viewing?

For Class 3/3A learners, the system tracks a learner's completion of subjects in their curriculum where videos are made available for viewing automatically and progressively. The videos available for viewing are based on upcoming 5 subject videos ('rolling 5 videos') for subjects not completed. These videos are free of charge. The system will close the video for viewing once the subject is completed. Videos that are closed (i.e. 'greyed out') may be viewed on a pay-per-view basis at a fee ...

When Should I View the Videos?

Learners should view the video for a particular subject before coming to CDC for practical lessons for the corresponding subject. These videos can be streamed by learners anywhere and at anytime. The video for a subject will be closed when learners have completed their practical training for that subject under the rolling 5 video basis.

Expiry for Pay-per-View Videos

The videos will expire after it is viewed once or after 14 days, whichever is earlier.