How to Create Engaging Compliance Training

Historically, engaging learners with compliance training has always been a challenge. But there’s a range of strategies you can try that can change your learners’ attitudes and deliver measurable changes in behavior.

By its nature, compliance training raises a number of specific challenges. Typically, it is mandatory and often driven directly by an external regulatory or legal requirement to demonstrate that a learner has met a prescribed standard of understanding or competence.

As a result, traditional compliance training often contains over-loaded pages with dense, legalistic text, multiple pop-ups to hide content, embedded policy links, attestations and/or an end-of-course test that you are locked into until you pass. This type of training is often referred to as ‘tick box’ or defensive training.

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