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Eukleia webinar slides: 5 ways to improve your compliance training

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In today’s regulatory landscape, employees across a wide range of industries are completing training to ensure that their behaviour embodies the values of their places of work. Training is a vital tool for not only encouraging appropriate behaviour and actions, but protecting against detrimental crime and risk too.

To successfully protect a business from crime and mitigate risks, organisations must engage their staff through effective training programmes that not only provide information but drive true behavioural change.

But where to start? Join us for this Eukleia webinar and hear five key ways to improve your organisation’s training and create a truly compliant business culture.

Speakers:
Rachel Finn, Account Manager, Eukleia
Jaiman Patel, Learning Consultant, Eukleia

Publié dans : Business
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Eukleia webinar slides: 5 ways to improve your compliance training

  1. 1. 5 March 2019 Jaiman Patel - Learning Consultant Rachel Finn - Account Manager Five ways to improve your compliance training
  2. 2. Webinar introduction
  3. 3. Why we are here Five ways to improve your compliance training: 1. Keep it short 2. Keep it relatable 3. Keep it mobile 4. Keep it engaging 5. Think about the wider picture
  4. 4. Polling question What do you consider as the most important factor when creating training? A. Highlighting key messages to learners B. Time it takes for learners to complete C. How it is presented D. How easily the knowledge has been retained
  5. 5. Polling question What are some of the key challenges that you face whilst delivering Compliance training? A. The training takes too long B. The training is not role-specific C. Technical issues D. Employees think the training is repetitive
  6. 6. Challenges “Training takes too long and takes me away from my actual job. I don’t have time to take this course.” “Why am I being asked to take this course again? I did the same training last year...” “I didn’t understand the purpose of this module - it doesn’t relate to me or my role.” “According to the system, Bob from Sales only spent 3 minutes on this training module - has he really completed the course?” “The course won’t open on my tablet, and I don’t have access to my desktop computer as I am travelling on business for the next 6 weeks. I can’t complete this course.”
  7. 7. 1. Keep it short
  8. 8. Key things to think about Course length ● Ideally no more than 20-30 minutes ● Business impact of training time Intuitive navigation ● Complex navigation distracting from content
  9. 9. Key things to think about What really needs to be included in the training ● Clouding of key learning points ● Additional content to enhance rather than hinder
  10. 10. 10 2. Keep it relevant
  11. 11. Key things to think about Relatable examples ● Real world examples ● Driving true behavioural change Tailoring of existing content ● Off-the-shelf generics built to allow an additional level of customisation
  12. 12. 3. Keep it mobile
  13. 13. ● Allowing learners to access “anywhere, any time” can increase participation and provide flexibility for learners ● Adaptive screen size compatible across various devices Key things to think about
  14. 14. 14 4. Keep it engaging
  15. 15. Key things to think about Broad range of interactions ● Preventing learners from just clicking through the course
  16. 16. Key things to think about ● Pop ups using icons ● Scrolling carousels ● Drop-downs to reveal more information ● In-course questions
  17. 17. 5. Think about the wider picture
  18. 18. Key things to think about Blended learning approach ● Combined/bundled mini-modules ● Motion video infographics ● Face-to-face training sessions
  19. 19. Animated infographics
  20. 20. Animated infographics
  21. 21. Key things to think about Winning hearts and minds Engagement INFOGRAPHICS AND VIDEOS Risks, policies and procedures and how to make a SAR/escalate Understanding ELEARNING/ CLASSROOM Real-life tailored scenarios/ examples of ‘red flags’ Practice STRANDING Practice, reminders and reinforcement Consolidation DELIVERY OPTIONS Adaptive approaches Tailored and personal Moving away from traditional annual training approaches
  22. 22. Polling question What do you consider the most important factor when creating training? A. Key messages to learners B. Time it takes for learners to complete C. How it is presented D. How easily the knowledge has been retained E. All of the above
  23. 23. QUESTIONS?
  24. 24. THANK YOU More info on courses: https://eukleia.com/generic-courses/ trial@eukleia.com Contact us: info@eukleia.com

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