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Inspiring employees to do the right thing


  • E-learning
  • Mobile first, responsive
  • Animation
  • Story/scenario driven
  • Video

Walkgrove created a positive, motivating and practical introduction to Ingeus’ code of ethical conduct for a wide global audience.

The training need

Ingeus is an international provider of employment and health programmes, services for young people, training and skills support, and probation services.

The company introduced a Code of Conduct to ensure every member of its global team of over 2700 people – from the most senior executives to junior employees – could understand why and how to do the right thing in line with the Ingeus key values.

Ingeus is a certified B Corp organisation so any failure to comply with the Code could affect its accreditation. Breaches could also incur reputational and financial costs as well as criminal liability.

Ingeus commissioned Walkgrove to develop a globally accessible online training for all employees that would enable them to recognise the importance of following the Code and understand its relevance to day-to-day working activities.

Our bespoke learning solution

Walkgrove created a motivating 45-minute bespoke e-learning module that helped all Ingeus employees to connect with the Code of Conduct. The fully responsive solution was designed to resonate with learners emotionally and frames the Code of Conduct as an essential component of operating in accordance with Ingeus values and culture. The training module covers the key elements of the Code of Conduct and their importance to doing the right thing, as well as the potential impacts of unethical conduct and how to report any possible breaches of the Code.

The punchy and fast-paced course uses custom e-learning screens separated into clear and bite-sized sections. To promote a lively and engaging learning experience, content is presented using a contemporary blend of on-screen text, bright and on-brand custom illustrations of diverse global Ingeus employees, simple animations and video.

The e-learning development team included frequent scenario-based knowledge check exercises that challenges learners to think about how they could use the Code of Conduct in real life situations.