Reinvigorate your compliance training!

by | May 7, 2013 | Articles

Towards Maturity conducted a new benchmark study during April and May to provide participants with insight on how to improve the impact of compliance training.

Updated 2nd August 2013

We are looking to identify effective practices that really make a difference and to share them through a new report which was  published in July 2013.

You can download the results below and find out more about the key statistics from this study here.Watch the launch presentation in this webcast with our partners SAI Global for more details.

We know through our previous studies that over nearly 9 out of 10 of organisations are delivering some form of compliance training. Over 50% of those organisations are using technology to support their compliance related training but with variable success.

This new study, commissioned by SAI Global,  considers the views of 136 organisations representing  2.3 million employees across 17 nations.

Download the full report below for more information on:

  •  The hopes and realities of technology-enabled compliance training
  • The benefits of using technology to deliver compliance training#
  • Thinking differently about methods /media/blends
  • Thinking differently about your audience
  • What does good look like? Aspects of implementation
  • The future of compliance training

Re-invigorating Compliance Training – Key Findings

  • 98% of organisations want technology-enabled compliance training to help manage risk more successfully
  • 11% of organisations know how much they spend on compliance training
  • 12% of organisations say compliance training is helping achieve their business goal of changing working culture
  • 23% of businesses are raising awareness and understanding of complex regulations with compliance training
  • 67% of organisations say user engagement is the top barrier to adopting technology enabled compliance training
  • More mature organisations are 75% more likely to report a positive impact on staff behaviour than average
  • 81% use learning courses created in house to deliver compliance training
  • More mature organisations are 40% more likely to think about the business problem before recommending a solution than average
  • 8% of L&D professionals collect individual success stories and communicate them back to users
  • 20% of organisations include opportunities for staff to practice
  • 20% of organisations provide managers with resources and job aids to encourage application back in the workplace.

This study has been independently conducted by Towards Maturity but is free to download thanks to our sponsor SAI Global.

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