As we know, Compliance training is carried out by organisations to ensure conformance to rules and guidelines enforced by governments and/or regulators. Since the late 90s, these trainings are being offered in online format.
While eLearning and learning strategies have evolved significantly over these years and use more engaging and immersive learning approaches, the way online Compliance courses continue to be designed leaves much to be desired.
Even today, they are often boring. Sure enough, they do get completed and attested by learners; but they do not necessarily meet the corporate mandate of being able to instil the spirit of ’why comply’ and trigger the required behavioural change.
In this eBook, we share tips on how learner engagement for online Compliance training can be stepped up. We also share 10 examples that showcase how you can achieve a high engagement quotient with your learners and achieve your mandate.
- Section 1: The challenge
This section begins with a quick look at the current dynamics. Though Compliance training is very significant, Compliance courses tend to be rather boring. While they do get completed and attested by learners, they aren’t truly engaging. In light of this, the desired mandate is often elusive.
- Section 2: Tips and best practices
This section outlines the tips and best practices we have used at EI to create meaningful and effective Compliance training. It also provides a series of best practices that are easy to apply and will directly impact the engagement quotient of Compliance courses.
- Section 3: Strategies
This section looks at various Instructional strategies that you can adopt to create engaging Compliance training. It covers related questions on how some of the currently trending online training techniques like Gamification and Microlearning can be used for Compliance training. It also touches upon the most significant aspect of strategies that can be used to trigger the required behavioral change in learners.
- Section 4: Examples
This rich section features 10 examples that will give you a clear idea of the possible strategies you can use in your organization and see a boost in learner engagement and training impact. The examples feature not only strategies for the courses, but also the usage of Performance Support Tools (PSTs) or job-aids at two levels to support the Compliance training:
To create awareness on a Compliance subject.
To reinforce the messaging and promote the right behavior. Use of PSTs or job-aids is quite common for other corporate trainings and can be used as effectively to create learning paths for Compliance mandate too.