Tesco partners with Skillcast to create bespoke Anti-Bribery training
As part of its adequate procedures in relation to the UK Bribery Act 2010, Tesco required around 20,000 employees to complete a learning module and assessment. This would be the first mandatory e-learning program rolled out to such a large, globally distributed audience at the organisation.
The Group Loss Prevention & Security team decided to develop an e-learning module based on Inmarkets ready-made Anti-Bribery course. The course was translated into 11 languages and Inmarkets award winning Skillcast platform was used to deliver a truly multilingual solution to the global audience.
“We have had excellent feedback on the anti-bribery training from all levels of the organisation. The Inmarkets system has enabled us to deliver the training to over 18,000 employees quickly and cost-effectively and provides us with the management information we need to ensure compliance.” Paul Chapman, Group Loss Prevention & Security.
Authoring tool: Skillcast Author
Learning Management System: Skillcast Portal
Hosting: Content and LMS hosted by Inmarkets
Reporting: Standard Skillcast reports
Ability to deliver consistent training and assessment to a large number of globally distributed employees quickly and cost-effectively.
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