ASOS – System training

Walkgrove developed systems training to take this online retailer beyond face to face sessions and slide decks

Oxfam – WASH emergency training

Bespoke elearning from Walkgrove to help deliver training for humanitarian emergencies

Civil Service Learning – Strategic thinking

Civil Service Learning (CSL) identified a need to raise awareness and promote understanding of the importance of operating/thinking strategically. The term strategy is now very much a part of the vocabulary in UK politics. But it is used indiscriminately and is attached to a wide variety of statements without much apparent thought and often used […]

Civil Service Learning – Counter fraud and bribery training

Civil Service Learning (CSL) identified a need to modify existing e-learning programmes to make them available for cross government roll out. The most important criteria was to adopt a style and approach that made the e-learning generic and accessible to all staff at all levels, without losing key messages or diluting content. The first of […]

UNHCR – Sexual and gender-based violence training

By the very nature of the work that they do, all UNHCR courses deal with highly sensitive and ‘difficult’ topics and subjects and are aimed at a worldwide, highly dispersed audience; most of whom do not have English as their first language. This project, comprising around 6½ hours of learning, is designed for international and […]

The Co-operative Funeralcare – Basic skills learning

The Co-operative Funeralcare commissioned Walkgrove to develop a new basic skills training programme for newly-recruited funeralcare staff who have previously undergone a one-day induction training course. The programme incorporates six one-day workshops: Communication and client care Provides the skills, knowledge and techniques needed to make a professional first impression when the client visits the funeral […]

British Council – Child protection training

The British Council is the UK’s leading cultural relations organisation, playing a crucial role in building overseas influence for the UK by developing mutual understanding between people, societies and countries. Child protection issues impact on all of their corporate programme areas. Approximately nine million children between the ages of 4 and 18 are involved in […]