We want to create better ways of learning.
Workshop’s aim is to uncover the best methods for teaching and learning new skills using technology.
Teaching With Workshop
Many educators struggle to share their knowledge far and wide when they’re so limited by the number of people they can teach at any one time.
It’s clear that the internet holds the potential to solve this problem by connecting teachers to a whole world of students eager to learn. But when it comes to producing educational content online, they can quickly find themselves twisting and chopping their original courses into rigid long-form videos and memory-based quizzes – sacrificing teaching quality in order to fit the mould of online learning platforms.
Workshop allows educators to teach naturally. Our flexible format lets the mentor talk the student through the process of learning something step-by-step – just as they would in a real one-to-one session – and gives them the opportunity to teach in a way that suits them best.
With our expertise in video production, tech development and our experience in digitising real-world courses, Workshop enables educators to easily expand their reach beyond physical limitations, without compromising on quality.
With a community of over 2 million people and some of the highest quality cooking videos on YouTube, Sorted strive to make cooking more accessible to everyone, everywhere.
Workshop was founded in partnership with Sorted to help give people better ways of learning to cook at home and to make sure that every video we produce is of an exceptional quality.
Leiths School of Food and Wine
Widely considered to be Britain’s top cookery school, Leiths have been helping beginners build their confidence and training up thousands of professional chefs since 1975.
Leiths recently partnered with Workshop to bring their expertise into homes around the world and to produce the most effective and comprehensive digital cookery courses ever made.
How It Works
We work with our partners to map out their real-world teachings into the most effective digital formats.
This is where we’ll discuss individual requirements and set learning objectives.
Our world-class production team will bring each partner’s subject to life through video and user experiences tailored to them.
Cost of production can be paid upfront or in instalments.
Sessions, workshops and courses are released on the app and can be made available to sell via our partners’ own channels.
Net revenue is split between Workshop and the partner 50/50.
Yuki is a Japanese chef who has worked in authentic Japanese restaurants in London, developing new recipes and menus. The growth in Japanese food popularity led to her setting up her own Japanese cookery school Yuki’s Kitchen and publishing her first book Sushi at Home.
School of Wok
Founded in 2009 by expert chef Jeremy Pang, the School of Wok aims to show its students the art of traditional Asian cuisine from its award-winning cookery school in London and to teach people around the world online through Workshop.
Manna from Devon
Manna from Devon is an award-winning cooking school in South Devon, offering small hands-on classes to both the inexperienced and experience cook to improve their culinary skills in a relaxed and supportive environment.
Founded in 1975, Leiths has a four-decade history of excellence in teaching the culinary arts and is considered to be one of the best cookery schools in the world. Learning at Leiths is centred around mastering the fundamental skills of cookery whilst understanding the scientific theory behind the cooking process.
Benjamina was a quarter-finalist on The Great British Bake Off and has always enjoyed making her creations look beautiful. Cakes are one of her favourite things to bake and she has developed her own style of decorating whilst drawing inspiration from current trends on Instagram and Pinterest.
Eric Lanlard, Master Pâtissier, is recognised internationally for superlative baked creations made for an impressive A-list clientele. After his training in France, Eric moved to London aged 22 and became head pastry chef for Albert and Michel Roux. More recently he has launched his own business, Cake Boy, a destination café, cake emporium and cookery school based in London.
Maunika is an Indian cookery writer and chef – born and brought up in Mumbai, her food resonates with the regional diversity of India. Maunika encourages people to try her recipes for Indian curries and breads with a view to sharing what’s being cooked and eaten in households across India.
Edd Kimber is an expert baker, food writer and TV personality. He has authored three cookbooks and having won the first series of The Great British Bake Off (BBC Two), Edd writes for several magazines and newspapers including regular features in BBC Good Food, Delicious and Waitrose Kitchen.
Three sisters, Romina, Emi and Michela, have grown up in a close-knit Italian community in Wales where food and family is always at the centre of social events. Their book ‘Simply Italian’ was created in conjunction with their TV series and reached number 1 in the Amazon chart.
Hari trained at Michelin-starred Tamarind’s of Mayfair and is now founder of the biggest Indian food digital platform in the UK. Her recipes are loved because they are simple but still pack the flavour punch Indian food is famous for. Her aim on Workshop is to get people into the kitchen cooking delicious, healthy, authentic Indian food at home.
Sorted is a global community of cooking enthusiasts led by Jamie Spafford, Mike Huttlestone, Ben Ebbrell and Barry Taylor. There are over 2 million people around the world joining their mega cooking conversation online, sharing new recipe ideas and having a laugh together around food.
The Meringue Girls was founded by Stacey O’Gorman & Alex Hoffler in 2012. Since starting in London’s booming street food scene, they have generated a huge social media following, worked with clients such as Dior, Chanel, and Nike and run weekly meringue making classes – rated by the Evening Standard as one of the best London-based foodie masterclasses.
Chetna is a cook, author and passionate baker. Her first book ‘The Cardamon Trail’ was baking with spices and Indian flavours while her second book, ‘Chai, Chaat & Chutney’ is all about Indian street food. Since being on ‘The Great British Bake Off’, Chetna has focused on combining 2 of her favourite things – baking and Indian food.
Luke is an award-winning celebrity chef and author, who at 15 won Future Chef before he became the UK’s Youngest Head Chef at just 18. He’s about to launch his London flagship venue, founded Retro Feasts in Dubai and regularly appears on TV shows in the UK and USA.
Jennifer comes from a long line of chocoholics and is one of the UK’s top chocolate experts, judging on panels for various chocolate and fine food awards. By using Workshop to teach the basics of chocolate, Jennifer hopes to show everyone that making chocolates at home isn’t as difficult as it may seem.