Bringing Life to Compliance eLearning Courses

As an instructional designer, I often interact with learners to evaluate the effectiveness of the courses that we develop. At G Cube, we use Kirkpatrick’s Model to assess the value of training. We determine the reaction of learners to the training, determine the level of learning that has taken place, and probe how they intend to use their new expertise, knowledge, or attitude within their workplace. Sometimes the reaction to training is good, and learners report that the course content was valuable. Other times, learner feedback is negative.

To evaluate the impact of a G Cube compliance e-learning course developed for one of the world’s largest research companies, I connected with the learners. One learner, Olivia, had this to say:

“An email with an ‘important’ alert popped up in my mailbox. So, I clicked on it to find the following message.”

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