Planning a Compliance training checklist isn’t a matter of choice for most employers. The rules are clear; compliance training is a legal requirement in many contexts, and the risks involved in having an untrained workforce are great. But treating compliance training as a necessary chore is a mistake. It should be seen as an opportunity...
Coaching employees about industry legalities has indispensable significance. It helps them find their way through the maze of legal and official jargon, and understand concepts which are vital for everyday workflow. Compliance Training intends to focus on the education of employees with regards to following their company’s laws as well as rules and regulations established by the industry and government.
How Campaign Learning Can Improve Your Organization When we talk of learning, the truth is, it never stops. Learning continues even after we leave school. In our places of work, learning forms a fundamental block from which we acquire knowledge about individual policies and rules governing an organization. Learning in an organization aims at improving the effectiveness of workers by equipping them with all the necessary information they need in their line of work.
Is Your Company Ready for a Virtual Reality Compliance Training? Are you ready to take your company's e-learning compliance class to the next level? One of the ways to make your training truly stand out is to make it a virtual reality training. This might sound like a leap into the twilight zone, but this technology is ready to come to business training of all kinds right now. For virtual reality experts, the future is now.
Engaging Older Staff in E-Learning Training With the reasonable cost, increasingly sophisticated technology, and convenience, an increasing number of companies are choosing e-learning for their corporate compliance training. Most employees are happy with the shift to e-learning, but some older workers find it harder to make the transition. Some employees in the baby boomer and silent generations continue to feel less comfortable with e-learning than having a trainer in the room with them. Luckily, a few accommodations and modifications help these older workers, and other employees new to technology, adapt to e-learning compliance training.
Strategies for Interactive Training Sessions Training with great content and a variety of delivery methods are very helpful, however, providing interactive activities is critical to maintaining culture and understanding. An interactive session will promote confidence, conversation, and recall. Let's take a look at several strategies you can use to make your training interactive: Quizzing Quizzing is great for competitive staff members who respond best to "winning" environments. The competitive edge with quizzing encourages employees to think about their answers and choose appropriate responses through recall of information you have already presented.
The Many-to-Many Classroom - Interactive Services ILT Webinar in Review For those of you who were not able to attend this month’s webinar, Damien De Barra, Head of Instructional Design and James McCabe, Creative Director at Interactive Services ran a very interesting session on developing Instructor-led training that helps an organization’s training. So what makes great ILT?