Sponge is delighted to have partnered up with retail giant Tesco to deliver a fresh approach to compliance training, based on learning science.
This collaboration is a continuation of a long-standing partnership with the supermarket and has already delivered an award-winning learning experience.
The Little Learning Leaps campaign is a new approach to compliance training where micro-learning modules are delivered to the target audience of some 2000 colleagues, encouraging them to complete learning as part of their flow of work and with minimum disruption to their working day.
As targeted compliance training, Little Learning Leaps consists of 50 micro-learning modules, with situational questions on the topics of Competition Law, Anti-Bribery, GSCOP, Conflicts of Interest and Gifts & Entertainment. The questions are adapted based on a learner’s team.
Agile training backed by learning science
Backed by the learning science and a data-driven approach, this agile training delivers the content to every learner exactly when they need it and measures their confidence in answering situational questions.
The data is collected by Spark, our cloud-based learning management system, easily able to identify knowledge gaps and support delivery of additional training where needed.
Tesco aims to empower its employees to do the right thing, by growing their knowledge through targeted questions. This tactical, responsive and efficient learning removes uncertainty and ‘what-ifs’ exactly at the point of need.
David Ward, Regulatory, Ethics & Compliance Director, said: “We wanted to change the delivery of our compliance learning from set-piece modules to something more nimble that was better targeted to different teams and could be completed without breaking their run of work. The Little Learning Leaps campaign has delivered just that and the feedback from colleagues has been excellent.”