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.

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. Instead of being so boring that employees just want to click through a course as quickly as possible, this strategy gives learners a reason to actively seek out policy information and better understand it.

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How to Develop a Strategic Plan for Compliance Training

Dashe & Thomson

If you’ve read our other blogs on this topic , you know that elements of a good compliance training strategy include tailored training, well-defined goals, focused instructional design, and predetermined metrics. While these are essential elements of any training program’s strategy, they alone do not constitute a compliance training strategy. Needs Assessment Policy and Compliance Training

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. Compliance training is a common use for elearning.

Your Policy Training Stinks! Try Something Better.

ThinkingKap Solutions

Each month we’ll look at a project from 2 perspectives: an Instructional Designer / Developer and a Manager / Program Administrator. In particular, we’ll discuss how to deliver better policy training to your employees. Most Policy Courses Are Boring. We’ve talked before about optimizing the onboarding process , but today’s article is specifically about policy training. Can Policy Courses Have Too Many Policies?

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?

Can compliance training actually be fun?


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.

3 Instructional Strategies to Fight Boredom in Compliance Courses

CommLab India

Employees of any organization must comply with certain guidelines – industry regulations, international or regional regulatory policies, and norms. To ensure employees comply with these guidelines, organizations invest thousands of dollars in online compliance training. However, most often than not, these online compliance training courses turn out to be boring as they contain too much legal information with complex jargon. Training Solutions Compliance Training

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. 508 compliance has been less of an issue for us because a minority of our clients must comply with the standards.

7 Modules Your Compliance Training Resources Must Include


Compliance training is usually a part of every employee’s initial training process. Compliance training resources and modules generally consist of a long list of code of conduct which includes topics such as anti-harassment, bribery, FCPA (Foreign Corrupt Practice Act), protection of company data, client interactions, usage of company property and data security, etc. Are your Compliance Training Resources Effective? How to Deliver Compliance Training?

How to Offer CPE & Compliance Training Online


The difference between CPE & CPD Compliance. Both of those fall under the umbrella of compliance training, which refers to the process of educating employees on laws, regulations and company policies that apply to their day-to-day job responsibilities. Self-study (following the provisions of Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Policies & Guidelines 2015 ). The post How to Offer CPE & Compliance Training Online appeared first on Learnworlds.

Compliance and Safety Training: When You Have to Do It, Make it Memorable

Bottom-Line Performance

What’s the risk of delivering the same old compliance training year after year? The main reason most organizations train for compliance is, well, to comply. Minor compliance violations go unreported in almost every workplace… and it never seems like a big deal until it is a big deal. The challenge of compliance is getting more serious for Hospital Networks. Custom eLearning is usually part of the learning solution when training for compliance.

Selling Storytelling in Learning

Experiencing eLearning

I got a call from a prospective client looking to hire an instructional designer. 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. ” I suspect this needs a lot more than just converting existing slides, and I’m not convinced that making people aware of the policy is really going to meet his goals.

8 budget-friendly ways to modernize compliance training


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. But keeping up with current policies, regulations, and protocols can stretch your resources to the limit.

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


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. Make your compliance training part of the workday. And it’s more cost-effective than running an off-site compliance seminar.

The What, Why & How Behind Compliance Training Online


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. What is Compliance Training? Why is Compliance Training Important? How Does Compliance Training Works?

Foresight is 2020: Looking Ahead to 2020’s Compliance Training Trends

Interactive Services

In the spirit of looking ahead, we’ve identified the top compliance training trends to look out for in 2020. Getting the jump on these now will help keep your compliance training relevant and effective and will demonstrate the value in training beyond just meeting requirements to your employees. It seems like AI is poised to transform every industry, and compliance training is no exception. The crypto compliance conversation will continue.

Best Practices for Investigating Sexual Harassment Claims


Assure them that they will not face any retaliation for speaking up and any concerns about retaliation should be immediately brought to the investigators Instruct the accused individual not to contact the complainant.

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


Employee compliance training can feel a bit like an exercise in bureaucracy. But the fact remains: compliance training is mandatory training for employees. It’s the fact that employee compliance and employee engagement go hand in hand. Educating your employees on laws, regulations and policies is a necessary aspect of keeping them engaged with company culture. The world of compliance training is massive, but you need to start somewhere.

Five ingredients for compliance e-learning excellence

From the Coleface

These should be useful to both clients and vendors who are looking to make their compliance e-learning more interesting and impactful. Focus on behaviours not policies. If the organisation requires people to read the whole policy, e-learning should not be the answer – put in place an effective system of tracking completion and the right carrots and sticks. If you get the attitudes right, people will refer to the policy when they need to.

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


Did your last online compliance training course require more resources than you expected? 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. But, are there simple and straightforward ways to save on your next compliance training course? Evaluate your current compliance online training program.

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How to Offer CPE Compliance Training Online


The difference between CPE & CPD Compliance. Both of those fall under the umbrella of compliance training, which refers to the process of educating employees on laws, regulations and company policies that apply to their day-to-day job responsibilities. Self-study (following the provisions of Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Policies & Guidelines 2015 ). The post How to Offer CPE Compliance Training Online appeared first on Learnworlds.

What is Compliance Training?


Compliance just had its coming out party. GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679) cast a bright light on the complexity of ‘compliance’ to a mass audience like nothing before. Employee compliance training is a pillar of eLearning and training and development as a whole. In this post, we’ll break down what is compliance training, and how your organization should approach it. What is Compliance Training? Running compliance training programs.

Protagonists Should Be Like Your Learners

Experiencing eLearning

Joan is an instructional designer working on a branching scenario. This example scenario is also used in Motivating Learners to Look Up Compliance Policies Themselves.). At the risk of getting a little too meta, think back to Joan, the instructional designer. Instructional Design Storytelling & Scenarios branching scenario compliance training scenario-based learning Will Thalheimer writing

7 Modules Your Compliance Training Resources Must Include


Compliance training is usually a part of every employee’s initial training process. Are your Compliance Training Resources Effective? Earlier, in-house training specialists used to undertake the task of delivering training or companies would hire a professional trainer to deliver compliance training. But now you would find a list of compliance training modules on the company’s intranet site, where the employee has to log in and read through the training resources.

The Improvisation Method: A New Way to Reinvent Compliance Training - Workshop Tip #221

Vignettes Learning

Mention the words “Attend the compliance training” to your workers and you can literally see the feeling of dread in their faces. Compliance training has earned itself a reputation from people at work for being dull, boring, and time-wasters. It is an all-too-familiar reality for trainers, instructional designers, and leaders. Organizations invest time, effort, and resources for compliance not just because it is a legal and mandatory requirement.

Top Five LMS Features for Effective Pharmaceutical Compliance Training


Every pharmaceutical team faces compliance challenges that are common to the pharmaceutical industry. This could weaken the training program and open the door of the organization to the consequences of being out of compliance. Pharmaceutical organizations today are struggling with problems of increased compliance regulations within their staffing and operations. How to use LMS for Pharmaceutical Compliance? Check out our compliance features here!

Creating a Corporate University Structure

Your Training Edge

The next best practice to consider is the structure of the corporate university, which includes policies, procedures, and standards. But in the meantime, you should definitely create a structure that includes policies, procedures, and standards. What policies will the corporate university and its learners have to adhere to? What about an honor system code for training, especially online training that may be reportable, such as compliance.

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Objections to Stories for Learning

Experiencing eLearning

For compliance training, every regulation, rule, or policy has a reason behind it. (It In compliance training, you can use stories to show people the consequences of violating policies rather than just telling them. You can also set up a scenario where learners have to make a decision following the policy. Image: Graphic Stock Filed under: e-Learning , Instructional Design , Storytelling & Scenarios. “Not everyone can be a storyteller.”

A Tale of Two Seminars: FUN Compliance Training and Virtually Real Conversations

ThinkingKap Solutions

In addition to the TK booth we had set up, we presented two separate sessions: Fun Compliance Training – More Than Just Checking The Box and Maximize eLearning Engagement by Converting Narration Scripts into Interactive Dialog. Fun Compliance Training – More Than Just Checking The Box. If you’ve ever designed a compliance course, you’ve surely run in to the fact that they typically aren’t the most riveting courses ever developed.

Online Compliance Training and How Your Company Can Benefit From It

Designing Digitally

Not too long ago companies had compliance officers who instructed new hires on the ins and outs of company policies. Today, that job role is nearly obsolete, as a new term is infiltrating the business world: online compliance training. What exactly is compliance training and why is the online version better

Sexual Harassment Compliance Training: Teaching Employees It’s Not a ‘Joke’ – It’s Harassment

Interactive Services

On June 18, Connecticut’s governor signed a law ratcheting up the state’s mandated sexual harassment compliance training requirement. Surprisingly, only four other states – California, Delaware, Maine, and New York – had state requirements for such instruction. California’s law – previously considered the strictest – only ordered compliance training for companies with five or more employees, and then only on a two-year cycle.

8 Kinds of Training Where Scenario-Based Learning Works

Experiencing eLearning

Interpersonal skills Compliance policies and procedures Diagnosis and repair Research, analysis, and rationale Trade-offs Operational decisions and actions Design Team coordination. Compliance policies and procedures. We’ve all taken boring compliance training. Featured Instructional Design Storytelling & Scenarios Workplace Learning branching scenario compliance training Ruth Clark scenario-based learning

Rethinking Compliance Training in eLearning: Part 2


In the first part of this post , we looked at some of the problems associated with a lot of compliance training. Good ideas include things like getting to the point quickly, without a lot of unnecessary policy or legal background, and using real life scenarios, incorporating an engaging visual element. There was an emphasis on competence, not compliance – on what to do, not what to follow or accept. Unfortunately, a lot of compliance training ignores this.

How to take your compliance training strategy from tick-box to transformational


Compliance training has a bad reputation, and that’s on us as learning designers or commissioners. But that ticked box is of little consequence in the face of the huge and long-lasting consequences of a compliance breach. And the only way to do that is with an effective compliance training strategy that engages employees and changes behaviors. Compliance is a behavior and performance issue. Ethical decision-making is really at the heart of true compliance.

How Game-based Learning Can Assist Various Compliance Programs

CommLab India

Compliance training is a huge mountain for Chief Compliance Officers to conquer, an unfamiliar, hostile terrain. Be it employee disinterest or the lack-luster compliance programs themselves; you can’t deny the fact compliance training least bothers the workforce. Compliance has diverse forms but all forms of compliance are not suited to wear the garb of games. Safety Compliance. Regulatory Compliance. IT Security Compliance.

Instructional Design as a practice in corporate vs. academia

Learning Visions

Episode #8 of Instructional Design Live on EdTechTalk. A conversation with Professor Karl Kapp on instructional design – with a focus on the differences in ID as a practice in the academic and corporate worlds. Instructional Differences in corporate vs. academic? Instructional strategies make learning happen – mnemonics, examples/non-examples, four step method (model, observe, etc.) A really good instructor, naturally applies instructional strategies.