Tesco elearning programme wins award after delivering “stunning” training

NEWS: A dynamic digital training programme at Tesco that is helping to deliver grocery code compliance has won a major award.

Tesco’s Groceries Code Adjudicator Report and Recommendations module, created with elearning company, Sponge UK, won the silver prize for compliance at the Learning Technologies Awards 2016.

Tesco introduced the training in the spring this year to retrain colleagues to ensure that they were Grocery Code Adjudicator compliant.

Using a mixture of elearning, face-to-face training, coaching and system guides, Tesco was able to deliver training to nearly two thousand finance staff and food buyers in less than three weeks.

In the awards citation, the judges said:

“The response was a thought through design approach that challenged behaviours and delivered cultural change in the supermarket’s relationship with its suppliers. With great use of Learner Voice data and analytics and a campaign-based communications approach, this project was a stunning achievement in the face of an extreme challenge from the regulator.”

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