Having just completed a national roadshow presenting our latest thoughts, Innovative Compliance – Stands Up and Delivers, I am heartened by the passion and knowledge our client and associate group brings to the topic of e-learning compliance.
Every time we embark on presenting our latest ideas, we hope to provide insight into our methodology for building better content, but we also use these meet-ups as an opportunity to listen to the challenges our clients face.
I often find question time the most interesting part of the morning and these are some of the topics we roamed across on the circuit;
In Melbourne we discussed the value of assessments in compliance training, and the inherent risks that are introduced with the adoption of a scored assessment.
Sydney saw us cover ‘duration of training’. How long is long enough when it comes to core compliance training?
We tackled language and literacy skills in Adelaide – agreeing that we often don’t have the luxury of understanding the diverse LLN levels within our workforce and this can present a communication challenge.
In Perth we talked about using pictures as a means for communicating difficult subjects, inherent to topics like sexual harassment. And in Brisbane, the group turned to discuss ‘frequency of training’.
Thanks to all who participated, in particular, co-presenters and subject matter experts Derek Humphery-Smith, Aaron Goonrey and Paul McKaysmith, from Lander & Rogers’ Workplace Relations and Safety group.