How to log into i.Learn
You will require your AD login credentials (these are the same as Kronos and your payslip)
For new colleagues - AD log in details are obtainable from your Line Manager.
If you have forgotten your passwords, you can use the FastPass reset functionality to create a new password.
You can find a link to this on the home screen of i.Learn.
Please note - new colleagues are automatically imported on to the i.Learn system a full day after your start date. If you have any queries please contact the i.Learn team in advance.
i.Learn Sign in
Trading Places programme for managers
This programme has been created as part of the Team Midcounties Management Development programme. The aim of the programme is to provide a ‘self-service’ platform for managers to ‘trade places’ with managers in other areas of the business to share good management practice, develop skills and knowledge, provide an opportunity to create strong working relationships and development networks across the Trading Groups.
Our i.Learn system will act as host, allowing you to take personal responsibility for your own development and arranging your ‘Trading Places’ experience.
Team Midcounties Induction
We are committed to providing a high quality Induction process and feel it is important for all new colleagues to have a good understanding of the Midcounties Cooperative and the cooperation movement before starting in their new role.
Therefore, all new colleagues joining the Society can expect:
- A pre-Welcome Pack –containing important information and insights, including the formal Offer
- Either an online or face to face welcome dependent on role
- A Group specific induction – this will be either on site or in a classroom environment depending on their Trading Group induction process
The Society Induction you have will be determined by your Trading Group and your Job Role. To see the Welcome Session Dates for your Trading Group please sign in and follow the relevant link below:
The Guide 2 Development (G2D) document is for all new colleagues, ensuring they have a clear path in their first 13 weeks.
The G2D covers everything from the basics of compliance and how to access their payslip, all the way through to completing anything specific that their roles require.
It allows hiring managers to plan a structured Induction path for new colleagues and should be used in reviews regularly with them to ensure they are on track to pass their probation at 13 weeks.
Click here to get your copy if you work in a Support Service function or contact your Learning and Development trainer for your trading group specific G2D.
If you have any questions, please contact Rach Cullen