Fuel and NETg collaborate on compliance learning content

July 2004
IT Training;Jul/Aug2004, p12
Trade Publication
Bespoke e-learning content supplier Fuel and off-the-shelf content firm Thomson NETg are working together on e-learning for the growing regulatory and compliance market. Fuel has developed the content for the UK Work-place Compliance Speciality Series, which will be sold under the NETg brand.'What we are offering is a way for a high quality course to be delivered to the wider market,' said Steve Dineen, Fuel's CEO. NETg felt it lacked content in this area and decided to partner with Fuel to meet the demand. The courses will cover subjects ranging from health and safety to money laundering. The content was originally developed by e-learning company Wide Learning — which Fuel bought last year — and has been redesigned by Fuel.


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