Quizrr x IETP

June 12, 2020

PRESS RELEASE

The ICTI Ethical Toy Program announces its collaboration with Quizrr to offer free and engaging E-learning content on a new platform to all factory members in the IETP Program.

The E-learning platform contains informative videos powered by Quizrr, followed by a mini-test carefully designed by IETP’s expert team to strengthen the connection between the videos and the IETP standard.

IETP aims to build factory knowledge and capability on responsible sourcing, supporting factories to make improvements, and helping them to get the most from the Ethical Toy Program. IETP’s in-person training sessions attracted over 1,110 factory representatives in 2019 and 1,560 in 2018. To build on this success, IETP will scale up its capability-building program to cover both factory management and workers via digital learning.

The training modules on the E-learning platform focus on Workplace Safety and Responsible Recruitment. Workplace Safety modules are available at basic and advanced levels. Responsible Recruitment is an advanced topic that will be launched in July. Find out more about the E-learning platform here.

Factories can use the advanced modules to deepen their understanding of responsible sourcing and IETP requirements and deploy the basic modules as an internal training program to introduce new colleagues to the concepts, as well as educating workers on workplace safety, rights and responsibilities.

These E-learning models are simple, impactful, and measurable, IETP member factories are free to access these resources via the Connect Platform from June to December 2020. Visit https://www.ethicaltoyprogram.org/en/e-learning202006/ to learn how to access the E-learning page.

 

At IETP, we are always exploring new tools and opportunities to support our buyer and factory members achieve supply chain resilience. This new E-learning platform, created in collaboration with Quizrr, is the lastest capability-building solution added to our training program. At the same time, IETP is expanding our product categories and geographies, we strive to continue as the program of choice for the manufacturing industry” commented Carmel Giblin, President and CEO, ICTI Ethical Toy Program (IETP) 

We are excited about the launch of the E-learning Platform, we have worked closely with our partner Quizrr to curate the content most relevant to Workplace Safety and Responsible Recruitment to meet the needs of our stakeholders. I believe these invaluable resources will enrich factories' internal training with measurable impacts” shared Johnny Kong, General Manager, ICTI Ethical Toy Program (IETP).

We are very happy to that a renowned global organization as IETP selected Quizrr as their partner in this project, which is a first step in introducing digital capacity building to IETP’s member factories. We look forward in supporting IETP and their factory members with our expertise as they are starting their journey into the digital space of capacity building. We are looking forward to positive outcomes and feedback from the program as digital tools enable a cost efficient, scalable and safe way of training and engaging factory workers in their rights and wellbeing.” said Annika Garubo, Head of Commercial Sales & Partnerships, Quizrr

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About ICTI Ethical Toy Program
The ICTI Ethical Toy Program (IETP) brings manufacturers, brands, retailers, and civil society partners together to monitor, manage and fix social sustainability issues in the toy industry supply chain and to support the well-being of factory workers.

IETP provides certification, assessment, and monitoring tools that enable toy brands, retailers, and manufacturers to achieve their responsible sourcing aims and drive standards. IETP leads the industry with far-reaching and specialized audits, a robust ethical certification scheme, capability building and training programs, education, as well as peer-to-peer learning.

In addition to offices in Asia, Europe and North America, we work with a global network of four independent audit firms to implement our certification program and other industry partners on worker well-being programs.

Want to know more about the partnership?

Please contact Annika Garubo, annika.garubo@quizrr.se.

Media Inquiries
Sarah Ng, sarah.ng@ethicaltoyprogram.org,

Read more about ICTI Ethical Toy Program https://www.ethicaltoyprogram.org/en/  

Henrik Enocksson, henrik.enocksson@quizrr.se   

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