By Ricardo Pellafone, Broadcat
Does your compliance training work?
How do you know? And how do you measure it?
Specifically, how do you measure whether people are actually applying your training in their jobs—instead of just checking whether they clicked through a module or answered a quiz correctly?
That’s what I’ll be covering at the SCCE’s regional conference in Dallas.
And I’m excited that I’ll be teaming up with compliance hall-of-famer Marjorie Doyle to do it—whom you should know, because her picture is on the masthead of this blog. We’ll be covering the same framework I discussed at this year’s CEI, but we’ll be taking advantage of the regional setting to use a more discussion-oriented approach.
Normally, the SCCE would post our presentation deck here. But it’s 100% visual aids, so it’s not too useful by itself—unless you can look at a picture of an airplane and go “yup, got it.”
So instead, I wrote up the framework we’ll be covering in a booklet. You can download it here; it gives you a step-by-step approach to keeping your training program simple and focused on effectiveness.
Take a read, and then head on over to the Hilton on the 4th—we’ll discuss it with you there!
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