Presenter to Camera
This methodology consists of using a presenter to connect with the learner in an instructor-led fashion. Presenter to camera is considered one of the most effective and engaging ways of conveying information to learners since presenters lend a human touch to the training experience. In order to emphasise key concepts, this approach is supported by on-screen titles that are animated in sync with the presenter’s delivery.
This approach entails the conversion of text-intensive content into visually appealing and instructionally sound material. This content is structured in an uncluttered way thus fostering knowledge absorption. Digital booklets also comprise the conceptualisation and design of graphics that supplement the copy. In this regard, extensive use of iconography and infographics is made. Additionally, digital booklets can include layers of interactivity for each screen through click-to-reveal. Learners can also complete interactive formative assessments during their learning journey.
3D Simulators and Virtual Reality
Simulators enable learners to fully immerse in a learning experience by eliminating distractions. This reaches the point where learners begin to respond to the experience as they would in a real-life situation. As a result, learners are forced to retain the acquired information and apply it immediately through practice. In terms of development, each training module is designed as an interactive game in which learners are challenged to complete various tasks which are linked to specific learning objectives.
This approach allows us to convert complex knowledge into easy-to-comprehend information blocks. This allows our audience to understand the content with minimal cognitive load. One of the key advantages of using animation is its faculty to cause graphics to become more relatable and understandable thus enhancing the learning experience.
Conveying messages through video results in engaging learning experiences. Video cutaways are ideal for conveying emotions and demonstrating behaviours or procedures. With this in mind, video cutaways are best suited for knowledge transmission through storytelling which can be utilised for scenario-based learning. Due to its visual richness, this approach is extremely impactful and often results in high levels of information retention.
This methodology is a cost-effective alternative to video cutaways as it consists of using images in place of video footage. Through excellent photography, appealing colour combinations and visual effects, engaging learning experiences can be created.
Multi-language Content Production
Having produced content in various languages for learners in South Africa and other African countries, FUEL acknowledges that many learners are not comfortable training in English. To address this gap, our content team offers end-to-end content translation which includes script translation, studio shoot and editing. Our expertise enables us to carry out end-to-end content translation from English to virtually any language. Our track record includes content translation from English to Afrikaans, French, Portuguese, SeSotho, Xhosa and Zulu.