LearningNow-Taking Compliance Training from turgid to insipring!

by | Apr 3, 2013 | Articles

Towards Maturity and Epic, one of our founding Ambassadors, have teamed up to bring you ‘LearningNow’ events where attendees are invited to explore and tackle key L&D issues of the day during an interactive and practical workshop.

These events offer attendees the opportunity to connect, contribute and learn by aligning benchmark findings, workplace process and best practice. The first of the three events, ‘Why won’t they comply?’, took place on the 1st May in London.

It’s no secret that compliance training has a poor reputation. In 2012, 87 per cent of the organisations investing in learning technologies were looking to improve compliance, but only 53 per cent felt they were successful (according the 2012 Towards Maturity Benchmark Study). ‘Why won’t they comply?’ offered attendees the opportunity to share their common frustrations and come away with ideas and solutions to inject new life into compliance training.

Facilitated by Laura Overton, Managing Director of Towards Maturity, attendees participated in interactive discussions that examined the real issues faced when developing compliance content and shared practical insight on how to employ learning technologies to reinvigorate compliance training.

“‘LearningNow: why won’t they comply?’ addressed one of the toughest challenges facing the e-learning community – implementing mandatory learning so that it makes a real difference to business performance,” said Laura Overton.

By the end of the session, attendees had new ideas on how to transform compliance training from a ‘ticking the box’ exercise to content that will inspire behaviour change.

“We are thrilled to be working with Epic, who are, one of our Founding Ambassadors on the LearningNow workshop series. As a benchmarking practice, we are keen to help others uncover good ideas and apply them in their own organisation,” said Overton. “LearningNow will provide a great way for learning professionals to learn together and develop practical solutions for today’s challenges.“

Download the ideas from participants in the Why won’t they comply? event below and take your learning from turgid to inspiring!

For examples of great compliance practice, why not visit http://www.towardsmaturity.org/tag/compliance/

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