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Create Motivating Compliance Training

Experiencing eLearning

In a previous post, I explained how starting compliance training with a worst-case scenario can engage learners right from the start. Setting the course up with a scenario helps learners understand why the policies matter. Typical compliance training: Push.

Three Ways to Integrate Off-The-Shelf Content Into Your Existing Training

Litmos

Most of us don’t; textbook companies have been developing curricula for decades, rounding up subject matter experts to write textbooks, creating engaging lessons, and putting together graphics that your classroom teacher — or even your school district — would not have the time or resources to put together. It was your teacher’s job to integrate the textbook into her existing lesson plan, using a pre-made resource to back up the other materials she was using in class.

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9 Reasons Why Custom eLearning Solutions Are Better Than Off-the-Shelf Courses

Hurix Digital

Search the Internet and you will find more than 500 results for companies selling off-the-shelf eLearning courses with the sales pitch: buy our pre-packaged courses, plug them into your LMS, and benefit from the training. It may seem that you have a perfect solution for your eLearning requirements, but keep in mind that when it comes to learning and development, there is no one-size-fits-all solution for organizations.

Make Learners Care about Compliance Training

Experiencing eLearning

What if you could create compliance training that learners actually wanted to complete, that they cared about? Imagine creating courses that did more than check a box, that actually increased the odds that employees would follow the policy. To create compliance training that learners care about, they need to know both why and when the policies matter. Compliance training is often boring. Knowing the rule isn’t always enough.

5 Types of Learning Content You Should Buy Off the Shelf

Litmos

A successful workplace training program should have custom-created content. You may have to develop training modules around the tools your employees use, the products or services you sell, and your specific company policies. But that doesn’t mean you need to design your entire training program from scratch. Certain things you can — and should — be buying off the shelf. . Building training modules is time-consuming and expensive.

Section 508 Compliance Elearning – Articulate Storyline 360

Swift eLearning Services

An LMS can eliminate all sorts of complexities that faced during the traditional classroom method learning.

Should Instructional Designers “Teach to the Test”?

Bottom-Line Performance

There is a lot of angst these days in the education field about “teaching to the test.” A growing bandwagon of people are saying that they want to help people learn to problem-solve and do critical thinking… and not just memorize facts. In the corporate world, people really do need to recall facts to do their jobs well. This is needed both to satisfy OSHA regulations and as a way to protect the employee and business. What’s the risk?

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Make Learners Care about Compliance Training

Experiencing eLearning

Compliance training is a common use for elearning. All those policies and regulations that affect our businesses need to be trained. Unfortunately, compliance training is often just a content dump with a narrator basically reading the policy, followed by some multiple choice questions to see if learners remember what they heard 5 minutes earlier. What if you could create compliance training that learners actually wanted to complete?

Instructional Design is Not Dead!

Learning Rebels

Despite rumors to the contrary, Instructional Design is not dead. . You may have noticed the many articles and blog posts stating that instructional design is dead, and by extension, so is the role of Instructional Designer. I even saw this tweet the other day (in part)…”When will instructional designers get their heads out of their asses and understand that their roles are dying out.”

The point of compliance

E-Learning Provocateur

To avoid the fine… right? I really wish I embedded this video into Take the law out of compliance training , but I didn’t. compliance motivation corporate instructional design legislation meaning PCI regulation regulatory risk management Sussex Safer Roads training Why do we wear seat belts? So here it is now.

Healthcare Compliance Training: Unlike Other Compliance Training

42 Design Square

It would not be unfair to say that but for the binding legal mandates, most industries would ungrudgingly continue without compliance training. But, can the healthcare industry have that luxury? The Healthcare industry was quick to adapt to elearning, to move from paper-based classroom training to LMS-driven compliance tracking. But, are we spending too much time and money just checking the box?

Motivating Learners to Look Up Compliance Policies Themselves

Experiencing eLearning

In my last post, I explained how starting compliance training with a worst-case scenario can engage learners right from the start. Setting the course up with a scenario helps learners understand why the policies matter. In this post, I’ll explain a technique for keeping learners engaged throughout the course. Let’s say you’re creating training for managers on providing reasonable accommodations for disabilities.

Instructional Story Design: Book Review

Experiencing eLearning

Rance Greene’s new book, Instructional Story Design: Develop Stories that Train , provides a systematic process for creating stories for training. Even if you don’t consider yourself a storyteller, you can create stories to support learning with this book. The best stories show rather than tell. Dayna, an instructional designer, must incorporate a story into compliance training. The craft of writing stories.

What is the ADDIE Model? Less Than 100 Words

Roundtable Learning

Ready to learn more about the ADDIE Model? Let’s dive into each of its five phases, and the strengths and weaknesses of the model. . What is ADDIE? ADDIE is a well-known instructional design model used by instructional designers and training developers.

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Converting In-person Training to Online Training

Litmos

The surge in remote work this year has meant that many companies have had to reevaluate their L&D programs. Despite the rise of online training , most companies prefer in-person training sessions. With many people working from home — the U.S.

5 keys for Section 508 Compliance and Web Accessibility

Web Courseworks

For some instructional designers the accessibility standards of Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act can become a source of confusion, frustration, and anxiety during eLearning course design. If web accessibility issues for disabled users aren’t accounted for and addressed at the outset of the design process, the back end of a project can morph into an imposing labyrinth of alt-text, tabbing, transcript, and template color contrast nightmares.

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Can compliance training actually be fun?

Raptivity

No one EVER looks forward to compliance training sessions. The reason people attend compliance training sessions is same as the reason six-year-olds brush their teeth every morning. Compliance trainings are somewhat tricky to administer because they are not about sharing information or teaching a new skill. Instead, compliance training is usually about influencing employees to alter their behaviour favourably. Let’s face it.

The What, Why & How Behind Compliance Training Online

learnWorlds

For every business to be able to operate legally, it needs to have some sort of compliance. This makes corporate compliance a must-have for all organizations. Without a corporate or regulatory compliance framework in place, an organization is unprotected and in danger of getting a financial penalty, a lawsuit, or even a dissolution at any given time. We have seen this happening with GDPR and the changing rules it brought on cybersecurity. What is Compliance Training?

Why the Best Instructional Designers Make Regular Course Updates

CourseArc

Unlike traditional academic settings, where students often use the same standardized text year after year, the ever-changing world of digital learning means online students will quickly become disengaged from courses they see as outdated or irrelevant. As such, students have high expectations of the timeliness, practicality, and relevance of their eLearning courses, which (in theory) can be updated in real-time.

Selling Storytelling in Learning

Experiencing eLearning

I got a call from a prospective client looking to hire an instructional designer. “Well, I have a classroom training program I’d like to convert to online. Our company has added a ton of specifics about this to our employee handbook, so it’s important everyone’s aware of the new policy. We’ve already got the slides built, so it just needs to be converted to an online format. Tell me about the course itself.

7 Steps to 508 Compliance: Why It’s Important and Where You Can Start

Bottom-Line Performance

The term “508 Compliant” is nothing new to the instructional design community, and some of you probably saw the title of this post and thought about skipping it. Any instructional designer wanting to work on a government contract needs to be well versed in 508 compliance, and has wrestled with the challenges involved on more than one occasion. Keep that in mind as you strive to make your learning solutions 508 compliant.

Take the law out of compliance training

E-Learning Provocateur

Compliance training is everyone’s favourite punching bag. So we in the L&D department are put in the unenviable position of selling the unsellable to our colleagues. To do so, we typically resort to a couple of irreproachable messages: It’s the law (so we have to do it), and. If we break the law, we could be fined, we could lose our licence to practise, and someone could even go to jail. the privacy and security of your customers.

Compliance Simplified: Using Creative Instructional Design Approaches

EI Design

I am a strong advocate of using Creative Instructional Design approaches, particularly for Compliance initiatives. As I see it, given the significance of the Compliance mandate, there should be a higher focus on using approaches that appeal to the learners, impart learning that will stick, and finally, ensure that this learning indeed gets applied at work. As you would note, the course reflects a typical Compliance need.

My Journey from Instructional Design to Learning Experience Design

InfoPro Learning

Recently, InfoPro Learning acquired another learning company with a substantial amount of content for leadership and organizational development. Little did I know at the time that that content would involve me and ultimately change the way I look at my job. How about transforming this new content into a blended learning program?” But then, the bell of “learning experience” kept ringing. The burning question was what is “learning experience”?

4 real reasons why employees don’t connect with compliance online training

TalentLMS

Compliance training is a drag; or, at least, that’s what a lot of people think, because they can’t see its relevance. In this article, you’ll find out the 4 real obstacles that prevent your employees from connecting with compliance online training courses. Why your employees don’t connect with compliance online training. Online training is an efficient way to pass skills to your workforce. Boredom (the struggle is real).

8 budget-friendly ways to modernize compliance training

TalentLMS

Is your compliance online training program showing its age? In this article, I’ll share 8 budget-friendly ways to modernize your compliance training program. How to modernize your compliance online training in a budget-friendly way. Compliance training helps your organization avoid costly penalties and ensure workplace safety. Here are 8 ideas to bring your compliance training course up to date without breaking the bank.

Don’t Make Compliance Training Too Long

LearnDash

Taking an online course is a convenient way to learn a new skill. However, sometimes elearning isn’t always viewed in a positive light. Sometimes employees are required to take an online course for compliance reasons. These situations are tricky because the people taking these courses don’t necessarily want to take them. One of the easiest ways to lose your audience is if your course is too long. At the very most it can be an hour.

Compliance Simplified: Using Creative Instructional Design Approaches To Instill The Spirit Of “Why Comply”

Adobe Captivate

Compliance” is a buzzword used by governments, regulators, and employers for the process of following rules. Compliance rules are in place either to protect business and markets, or to protect individuals by guiding them on how to follow regulations. Therefore, the challenge shifts to identifying what more must be done to ensure that the employers and the employees do comply with regulations. Compliance Simplified Example 1: Respect in the workplace.

8 Ways to Cut Costs on your Next Compliance Online Training Course

TalentLMS

Did your last online compliance training course require more resources than you expected? Are you trying to stretch your budget and improve online training ROI? Here are 8 ways to cut costs on compliance online training courses. How To Cut Costs On Your Next Compliance Online Training Course. Compliance online training courses are necessary, but they can also be resource-draining.

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eLBX Online Day 26 – A Beginner’s Guide to 508 Compliance

eLearning Brothers

We are in the final week of eLBX Online! Today we kicked things off with a bang with guest Laura Silver, Chief Operating Officer at Trivantis. This session studied the goals and results of designing and developing eLearning for usability versus accessibility. Laura covered the basics of Accessibility, Section 508 compliance, and WCAG. Section 508 Compliance. Universal design is all about inclusion for everyone.

Fixing Compliance E-Learning Programs

ATD Learning Technologies

There is a problem with compliance e-learning. Namely, there is too much compliance, and not enough learning. Fortunately, instructional designers already possess the tools to make real compliance—and effective learning—possible. Enter ADDIE. Click here to read full version

Compliance Training: Doing Something About the Least Popular Training on Earth

Allison Rossett

Compliance training satisfies few who experience it. Not only do we often fritter away this opportunity, I have come to believe that compliance training promotes cynicism about all of workplace learning. Complaining about compliance is not good enough. I convened a panel devoted to improving compliance training at the Corporate Learning Summit conference in Chicago. Meet the panel. Culture rules compliance.

The Different Methodologies For Creating Compliance Training Strategy

Wizcabin

Having a properly planned compliance training at your organization can help to build an environment where integrity is of great value. Also, they are recurring incidents as a result of human errors and bad habits.Although compliance training focuses on how an individual can avoid lawsuits, there’s more to it than that. There are numerous benefits attached to having better compliance training at your organization. Build a strategic training plan.

8 Innovative Ways To Apply Content Chunking In Compliance Online Training

eLearning Industry

Do employees remember the takeaways? Or is information overload causing compliance violations? In this article, I’ll share 8 innovative ways to chunk compliance online training content. This post was first published on eLearning Industry. Instructional Design Compliance Training Content Chunking Instructional Design Tips

Compliance Simplified: Using Creative Instructional Design Approaches

Learning Wire

I am a strong advocate of using Creative Instructional Design approaches, particularly for Compliance initiatives. As I see it, given the significance of the Compliance mandate, there should be a higher focus on using approaches that appeal to the learners, impart learning that will stick, and finally ensure that this learning indeed gets applied at work. As you would note, the course reflects a typical Compliance need.

Real feedback and real solutions to compliance elearning problems

Sponge UK

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. Adapt – Responsive elearning framework.

In case of emergency: 5 compliance training topics you should start with

TalentLMS

Employee compliance training can feel a bit like an exercise in bureaucracy. Both companies and employees treat the subject like a necessary box to tick, but very few take the time to truly understand it. But the fact remains: compliance training is mandatory training for employees. It’s not just the financial and legal ramifications of noncompliance — although at an average of $14.82 Consider the following your cheat sheet.