In a longstanding partnership, Tesco and Sponge have worked together to improve the retail giant’s compliance learning offerings, using lessons from behavioural psychology to deploy digestible and appealing micro-learning campaigns through Spark, the Sponge LMS.
Kraft Heinz and Sponge worked together to create a group of Sustainability Masters, skilled and experienced enough to advocate for Procurement Sustainability across their global regions.
Sponge brought learning to the doorstep for Royal Mail by creating a cost-effective Virtual Reality (VR) training solution, featuring realistic, experiential scenarios with a view to keeping employees safe from dog attacks.
Sponge came up with a gamified digital learning campaign that was fun and engaging, while also delivering consistent messages that would help increase product knowledge and boost confidence levels.
Sponge developed an immersive business simulation that blends digital learning with a face-to-face experience to upskill new recruits in business decision-making at multinational pharmaceutical giant GSK.
Sponge’s award-winning compliance campaign delivering unprecedented levels of engagement for Tesco. Fun and easy to understand bite-sized modules encourage staff participation and healthy competition.
Sponge enabled Lundbeck to gather and analyse in-depth data for creating learning experiences that boost knowledge and confidence among Lundbeck’s employees.
The International Powered Access Federation (IPAF) promotes safe use of powered access equipment, working with 1,400 members in 70 countries. Sponge created a blended elearning solution for 160,000 operators, in nine languages.
Sponge’s multi award-winning customer service learning solution for AXA blended face-to-face training and digital games to meet learner needs for developing emotional intelligence and empathy skills in a busy customer service centre.
Weir wanted to create an engaging learning module aimed at helping each and every employee think about the difference they can make as The Group continues to develop a more inclusive environment.
IPAF identified the training need for a Site Assessment Training Course for the candidates who need a tool they can use every time they select a MEWP.
Sponge took training up a gear for Toyota with a first-person interactive video onboarding solution that took new starters on an end-to-end journey to understand the whole customer story.
Sponge brings consistent messaging and empowers the United Nations Population Fund's (UNFPA) international workforce to speak with a single voice through a bespoke comprehensive online training programme.
A digital solution to creating new healthcare leaders: Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and Sponge launched an admin and clerical people training programme (‘ACE’) to develop essential soft skills, such as leadership, time management and emotional intelligence.
Sponge’s solution for the world's largest driving theory test includes learning science-based modules and a system that tests learners' readiness and connects them to instructors.