Learning Pool delivers pre-prepared learning ingredients to HelloFresh
We’re delighted to announce a new Foundation Skills and Business Skills partnership with HelloFresh, the world’s leading meal-kit company.
Since 2011, HelloFresh has achieved stunning growth in the pre-prepared ingredients industry, delivering 46.5 million meals to nearly 2 million households across the globe during the third quarter of 2018. Last summer, the UK business needed to implement new learning content for staff on the topic of General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Learners needed to understand the key points of the regulation and their obligations within it but the company didn’t want to incur unnecessary costs by researching and creating the content from scratch.
Learning Pool’s GDPR module offered the perfect solution. The module is pre-built in the Adapt content framework meaning that it’s deep-scrolling, responds to mobile and desktop devices and is highly engaging for the modern learner. Authored in collaboration with industry subject matter experts, the module covers key topics across the regulation, such as Data Handling and Organisational Responsibilities, and summarises the differences between GDPR and the UK Data Protection Act 1998.
Following a successful roll-out of the GDPR module to HelloFresh’s learners, the company recognised the value in acquiring further Learning Pool Catalogues. They have since invested in the ILM-recommended Business Skills Catalogue, which provides a range of management and leadership development modules, and the CPD-accredited Foundation Skills which provides over a hundred modules that comprehensively cover workplace-related skills for individual contributors.
“We were looking for a thorough yet engaging way to raise awareness of GDPR across our organisation,” says Tom Jewell, Head of Talent at HelloFresh UK.
“We found Learning Pool during our online research and it quickly became clear that they had a great solution right out of the box. By choosing the GDPR module, and then the wider Business and Foundation Skills catalogues, we’ve been able to quickly offer a comprehensive but targeted range of personal development content across our UK organisation, at a fraction of the time it would take to develop the content ourselves.”
“HelloFresh has a really innovative business model,“ says Learning Pool’s CEO, Paul McElvaney.
“Their UK business has done a fantastic job at disrupting the grocery industry in less than a decade by offering convenient meal-kits that are designed by expert chefs and which save customers time and money. The analogy with our pre-built Learning Catalogues is an obvious one and we look forward to being able to work with them across their wider learning needs long into the future.”
About Learning Pool
At Learning Pool, we’ve got a fresh approach to partnering with our customers. One that makes a real difference with a 98% customer satisfaction rate. We are a full-service online training provider, offering courses, tools and content creation to over 550 organisations and 1.8 million learners.
With the largest and most flexible catalogue of learning content on the market, we deliver a highly customised learning experience, at a fraction of the cost of a bespoke project.
We support organisations globally with their training blend, including personalised learning, gamification and AI driven performance support.
Learning Pool is the current Learning Technologies Company of the Year and has recently been awarded Gold Investors in People status, listed in the Sunday Times Best Companies to work for and received the Customer Focus Award at the Institute of Customer Service.
Recently announced annual revenues have increased more than 40%, year on year and our latest acquisition of Scottish eLearning provider, MediaCorp, has seen our staff numbers rise to over 140 colleagues in our Derry, Nottingham, Brighton, Belfast and Glasgow offices.
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