FUEL

Fuelling innovation in skills development

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FUEL, a pioneer in the online training industry, was a finalist at the 2014 Skills Development Summit in the Most Innovative Training Programme category. The award highlights the most innovative and progressive training programmes across all mediums, with a specific focus on originality in the process.

Founded 15 years ago, FUEL seeks to constantly break new ground in the online training industry through truly interactive content. Since then, FUEL has built, implemented and supported some of the country’s largest online academies for a host of blue-chip clients, across several industries. Key to FUEL’s success is its comprehensive end-to-end digital learning solution that merges the worlds of high-end video production, cutting-edge technology and innovative training techniques.

This digital learning solution allows content to be deployed to a variety of platforms and mobile devices, giving users access to immersive learning anywhere and at any time. It is also fully supported and provides in-depth user tracking and reporting, enabling the delivery of meaningful user data throughout the learning cycle. This results in an unparalleled experience that reduces costs, increases productivity and redefines the learning process.

All winners at the Skills Development Summit are carefully selected following a rigorous screening process by an esteemed panel of judges, which include senior government officials, academics, as well as trade and industry experts.

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