Udacity founderSebastian Thrun
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BFFT trusts in e-learning

In the future, innovative automotive technology developer BFFT, based in Gaimersheim near Ingolstadt, Germany, will also focus on digital trend topics when it comes to advanced employee training and education. Therefor BFFT currently is in the process of integrating the groundbreaking e-learning platform Udacity into its portfolio.

Udacity is an online academy that focuses on information and software topics aiming at sharing highly specialized knowledge with students through electronic teaching content. BFFT staff members who have already acquired basic expertise as a result of vocational training or academic studies, have the opportunity to advance their levels of specialization with the assistance of the Udacity nano degrees to perfectly align their skills with the demands of their respective positions. “The learning process must become a lifetime assignment – a routine that comes as natural to us as brushing our teeth or taking a shower. Completing a single apprenticeship simply does not suffice any longer,” University of Stanford Professor and Udacity founder Sebastian Thrun sums up his philosophy.

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