The Cost of an Ineffective Training Program
FEBRUARY 7, 2017
According to a study by the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM), the average cost of losing an employee is six months of their base salary. The average employee salary is $53,000, so the average cost of losing an employee would be $26,500. Companies are spending more and more each year on training costs. According to a study conducted by Dr. Tiffany D. What’s that?
The Safety & Compliance Lookbook (Free Download)
MARCH 17, 2015
Safety & compliance training is required by law, but it can have a greater purpose besides simply meeting a requirement. Unfortunately, safety & compliance training is often viewed as just another “expense.” Safety training should be easy to track and prove compliance. Get inspired with our safety & Compliance Lookbook. In some situations, yes.
The Compliance Learning Management System (LMS)
DECEMBER 3, 2015
Last week Gyrus Systems earned a “Top 10” award from Talented Learning in the “ Best Employee Compliance LMS ” category. In 2015 we focused much of our development upon features that increased our customer’s ability to meet their compliance challenges, but why is compliance important? Non-compliance results in penalties and fines.
Strategic Training Can Mitigate Onboarding Costs
JUNE 23, 2015
The post Strategic Training Can Mitigate Onboarding Costs appeared first on. eLearning HR Compliance New Hire Training New Hires Onboarding EmployeesGetting a new employee from interviewee to fully productive member of a company takes time and money. According to Allied’s Workforce Mobility survey, companies spend an average of $11,000 to onboard a new employee. This sum consists of training materials, pay for a training staff member and the new hire’s income. Furthermore, 30 percent of [.].
Online Compliance Training: An Adaptive Approach by Lyndon Lovell
Learning Solutions Magazine
MARCH 5, 2017
This is especially evident in yearly or biennial online mandatory compliance training. The training can be costly, both financially and from a reputational viewpoint, for the organization and the individual. Much training in organizations today is repetitive and does not take into account learners’ prior knowledge and experience. How can we fix this problem? Design Strategies Instructional Design Measurement Training Strategies
How To Use E-Learning For Compliance Training
JANUARY 7, 2015
This is why compliance training is necessary so that one doesn’t violate company policy (or even worse, the law). Compliance training also covers most liability of the employer; since the employee was trained on these responsibilities, it is part of his or her job to comply. Another way to make compliance training engaging and fun is to tell a story. Keep It Simple.
Real feedback and real solutions to compliance elearning problems
OCTOBER 28, 2015
Some of the most interesting parts of Towards Maturity’s recent report on compliance training are the direct quotes from learners and L&D professionals talking about compliance elearning. We’ll look at what we can learn from this genuine feedback and examine strategies to help overcome the problems that real learners are having with compliance training.
Blended Learning: The Solution for your Boring Compliance Training
NOVEMBER 23, 2016
Compliance training programs are infamous for their boring nature. But how can you deliver the content of a compliance training program, which deals with laws and regulatory norms, in an interesting manner? Before we proceed further, it is important to remember a successful compliance training program involves three important phases. Training Solutions Compliance Training
eLearning Example – Make Compliance Courses Engaging
AUGUST 27, 2015
Here’s a link to a snippet from the course: Two key takeaways for engaging & interactive compliance courses. For the most part, compliance courses are what give eLearning a bad name. Yukon was bold in selecting a compliance course as an example and kudos to them for showing us a better approach. Recently, my friend Brooke Schepker from Yukon Learning shared a sample course.
4 Compelling Situations to Outsource Compliance Training
SEPTEMBER 6, 2016
When it comes to your online compliance training, you often face the dilemma of whether to outsource or not. If not all, you can outsource a part of the compliance training you think won’t cause much threat to your company privacy. You can consider the following situations under which you can outsource your compliance training. Here comes outsourcing into the picture!
Why Custom E-Learning is Ideal Over Catalog Courses for Compliance Training
NOVEMBER 15, 2016
Compliance training is very important in organizations. But this might not be true in the case of compliance training. For example, they do not address all your compliance training needs and make the training program ineffective. So, how can you ensure your training programs address all your compliance training needs? No licensing costs. Keep reading.
Catalog Courses are Passe: Switch to Adaptive Courses for Compliance Training!
SEPTEMBER 1, 2016
Want to see how these adaptive courses help your employees receive relevant compliance training? Ability to have content specific to your organization’s compliance needs. As every organization has varied compliance training needs, a catalog course cannot serve the desired outcomes due to its generic nature. Training Solutions Compliance TrainingHere we go!
Escaping from the compliance e-learning cul-de-sac
From the Coleface
OCTOBER 29, 2015
Much of the e-learning that professional firms offer is compliance-based. The risk is that poor compliance e-learning ends up tainting learners’ expectations of e-learning (this is sometimes referred to as the “compliance e-learning cul-de-sac”). What more can you do to personalise the learning experience and thereby reduce the opportunity cost of sheep-dipping?
10 Compliance Courses for Under $10
AUGUST 5, 2013
Ensuring your office is compliant with current federal laws and regulations means not only a happier, more productive workplace, but can save you from costly violation fines. OpenSesame makes it easy and affordable to meet your compliance obligations, such as these ten compliance courses for under $10.00. Buying eLearning Courses
5 Proven Tips to Reduce the Cost of E-learning Translations
SEPTEMBER 29, 2016
Well, here are 5 tips to cut the cost of translating self-paced, technology-enabled learning content. Proper planning goes a long way in reducing the cost of online course translations. And, this doesn’t help cut the cost of e-learning translations. This is important to avoid re-work and keep e-learning translation costs to a minimum. Plan and plan well .
Virtual Worlds and Compliance
FEBRUARY 15, 2011
ProtonMedia and Kaplan EduNeering recently integrated their respective technologies to create a new way for life sciences organizations to meet regulatory and compliance regulations. The result gives companies a secure way to add live, virtual collaboration and learning events to their online compliance training curricula, improving colleague interaction and knowledge transfer without the costs and time of travel. Here is an interesting move in the virtual world space. Here’s how. 3D worlds virtual immersive environment
How to Deal with Those Pesky Compliance Courses
MAY 22, 2012
Most likely you’ve also had to take similar types of compliance courses. In an ideal world all elearning would be completely relevant to your job and compliance courses like this wouldn’t exist. Recognize that a compliance course isn’t usually a performance-based course. Typically compliance courses are more like certification programs. You know the drill. Tidbits.
Strategies for transformation 3: from compliance to competence
Clive on Learning
JUNE 18, 2013
The third step on the route to transformation is a shift from interventions aimed primarily at ensuring compliance to those that aim to achieve competency. Option (1) is based on the assumptions that infringements are unlikely, the regulations are a nuisance and that compliance is a necessary evil. The implications of an approach based on compliance So what are the dangers of basing your approach to training on simple compliance? As a result, e-learning becomes synonymous with compliance and bad training generally. Scalable : Again, quality comes at a cost.
Are You Up-to-Date on Compliance So Far in 2015?
FEBRUARY 10, 2015
Staying current on compliance, no matter your industry, is crucial, both to ensure employee safety and wellbeing and to avoid costly lawsuits. When you identify new training needs in your organization, we''ll be here to help—we do our best to keep up with compliance changes and work closely with our sellers to provide the training you need. . . There is a right (legal!)
5 Top Trends In Compliance Online Training eLearning Pros Should Be Aware Of
DECEMBER 20, 2016
Compliance training helps to prevent costly penalties and raise company policy awareness. In this article, we’ll highlight the top 5 trends in compliance training that eLearning pros should know. Top 5 Trends In Compliance Online Training. One of the downfalls of compliance online training is its negative connotation. Mobile-Friendly Compliance Online Training.
Blended Learning for Compliance Training in the Automobile Industry
NOVEMBER 9, 2016
For years, US automotive firms imparted compliance training to their people only in classrooms. How to use blended learning to impart compliance training to automobile workforce ? Here are a few tips to deliver effective training on compliance matters through a blend of learning formats. Use ILT and e-learning to educate staff on the importance of compliance training.
Protagonists Should Be Like Your Learners
APRIL 19, 2016
Joan decides to create an option in the branching scenario where Cindy tries to handle the problem herself without HR but causes a costly misstep. This example scenario is also used in Motivating Learners to Look Up Compliance Policies Themselves.). Instructional Design Storytelling & Scenarios branching scenario compliance training Will Thalheimer writingStepping Back.
How do I know what e-learning approach is right for what topic?
The eLearning Nomad
OCTOBER 20, 2016
And because the corporate sector has been adopting a one-fit-for-all compliance training approach, chances are that you are too. The vast majority of online articles about e-learning are about compliance training or academic e-courses, so why would you do things differently? When we would like to achieve compliance (health and safety for example) or when people need to practice going through a set process (answering typical customer questions for example) or when learners need to practice using the right vocabulary (provided there is no need to go beyond concept mastery).
How to Persuade your Boss to Invest in an LMS
AUGUST 29, 2016
The cost of the learning management system aside, an LMS is basically like hiring a full-time planner for your learning program. Better Compliance Practice. We all know that non-compliance with industry regulations costs serious money. Business Compliance LMS buying an LMS eLL learning management systemHow to Persuade your Boss to Invest in an LMS.
Why your health and safety training deserves more love
MARCH 31, 2016
To go beyond ‘tick box’ compliance and create a health and safety culture, you need to keep learners engaged and motivated. Here’s how giving your health and safety training more love can bridge the gap between engagement and compliance. Counting the cost The best businesses are improving the value of their health and safety training by using appropriate learning technologies.
AICC and SCORM Compliance: The Benefits for Your e-Learning
MAY 19, 2014
Without these standards, integrating e-Learning content between vendors and tools would be a costly and time-consuming process. The post AICC and SCORM Compliance: The Benefits for Your e-Learning appeared first on Lectora.com. The Benefits of Making Your e-Learning AICC and SCORM Compliant . Remember the battle between Blu-ray Discs and DVDs? SCORM versus AICC. and SCORM 2004.
Are you designing training or professional development?
The eLearning Nomad
OCTOBER 21, 2015
They have a place in the e-learning landscape, especially for systems and compliance training. Very little of what we do in the workplace is about compliance, yet it dominates the e-learning sector. Organisations that recognize this are inclined to stick with face-to-face workshops despite the costs and loss of opportunity to reach out further. There is an important distinction between training and professional development. Training is necessary because people in workplaces must know what tools to use, when and how to use them. Are they meaningful ?
ILT To E-learning Conversion: Why It Works For Code of Conduct Training!
NOVEMBER 2, 2016
As known, compliance programs are full of legal jargon that your employees hardly relate to. Saves time and cost. But, when you convert your ILT CoC training manual to an e-learning course, you save your employees’ time and your training costs too. When a CoC compliance program is converted into an e-learning course, it is easily accessible to your employees.
5 Creative Ways to Reduce the Cost of E-learning Translations [Infographic]
NOVEMBER 1, 2016
How can one provide an effective translated course with minimal cost? Excited to know some creative tips to reduce costs? Related Posts 4 Steps to Translate Your Online Course Effectively [Infographic] 5 Super Tips To Translate Your Regulatory Compliance Course [Infographic] Why E-learning Translation is Important for an English-speaking World. – Anthony Burgess.
Managing Multiple Learning Managment Systems - The High Cost of Choice
JUNE 25, 2013
Lack of SCORM compliance It’s a known fact that SCORM compliance among the different LMS platforms is inconsistent causing courses to behave differently depending on the LMS they are run on. License compliance: This one’s actually a pipe dream. Did you know that today there are approximately 500 Learning Management System vendors in the market?
Bullying at Work: EEOC Won’t Take It Anymore
AUGUST 9, 2016
million for workers alleging harassment—direct costs that are just a small piece of offending organizations’ monetary outlay, which also includes decreased productivity, increased turnover, reputable harm, and—for some—the shuttering of the business. Some organizations are using It’s On Us campaigns, in conjunction with their training programs, to move the focus of workplace harassment from targets, harassers, and legal compliance to empowering all employees to help in stopping—preventing—harassment. Creative training techniques for mandated compliance. Compliance
Quick Tips to Rollout HIPAA Awareness Training
SEPTEMBER 15, 2016
You can tell them how non-compliance toward HIPAA can lead to monetary penalties and imprisonment. Though you cannot remove the dull tag compliance training comes with, you sure can engage your employees with these methods. Training Solutions Compliance Training‘I know, but how?’ ’ haunts you. Let that be replaced with ‘Is it that easy?’
Passion for compliance learning ! Conversation with Michael Parker – Exec Mgr, Group Learning, CBA – Part 2
NOVEMBER 23, 2011
Michael Parker: Personally I think the finance industry will become more cost-conscious and focus on maximizing the return on the dollar spent for L&D. It is important that it is just not solely about the cost to attend or deliver a training program but more about choosing or designing the most effective learning solution for the result needed. The other thing I see is the way that we use technology to leverage its cost benefit but still achieve our learning objectives, better use of webinars, teleconferences and even having co-facilitators present from remote locations.
Technology-enabled Learning to Avoid OSHA Penalties
JULY 8, 2016
You can avoid such penalties by using e-learning, a cost effective method for training your employees effectively. Imagine your employees taking a safety compliance course and they get a few points or badges or titles such as“Fast grasper”, Mr. Safe, etc. Training Solutions Compliance TrainingOSHA penalizes organizations for violating workplace safety and health standards.