Video Tutorials

 

Please use the link below to access the range of video tutorials for the Fuel Learning Goal Setting and Mentoring Systems.

The Fuel Learning Goal System is an online goal recording and tracking tool. It has been intuitively designed to help you continue your learning when you return to work following your Fuel Learning programme. It has also been designed to facilitate a more meaningful and focused conversation with your line manager – who will be able to rate your current capability against a goal at the time of goal creation and again on completion. You can use this information to inform future developmental discussions and to link your activity with your companies performance review system.

The Fuel Mentoring System is a fully comprehensive online system designed specifically to facilitate and foster the relationship between a mentor and mentee. Through the system you can set and book meeting dates, track goals and success measures, set timelines and reminders and interact with each other to ensure the mentee is fully supported and the mentor is clear on the actions and responsibilities required of them.

Please check out our tutorial videos for a full understanding of the system.

 

Testimonials

I entered the first course thinking “what can I learn in 90 minutes” only to be bowled over with a fun, interesting and engaging session, totally relevant to the job I have to do as a manager. The booklet handout was perfect giving text and visual aids to support the subjects covered for us to use at a later date but without the boring task of working through it all word for word during the course. Ian and Steve were brilliant course facilitators who really seemed to know what they were talking about and the whole experience left me “buzzing” and keen to put into practise what I’d learnt. When are you here next Guys?

Vicki Rosik
Data Input Manager, Specsavers

This course has given me a clear understanding of how to focus on achieving a high performance standard and expect the same from my team.

Harry Rose
Manager, East Midlands Trains