Most of you know that I've currently got a bee in my bonnet about compliance training!
For many organisation's, their first foray into online learning is to linked compliance related training. Compliance courses are probably the first taste that individuals have of their organisation's online learning and we all know that first impressions count.
We are in the middle of a international study to understand how we can improve the impact of online compliance training (big thank you to those who have already taken part!) and we've already found out that :
So is poor compliance training giving e-learning a bad name? What are we/should we be doing about this?
I'd love to know your thoughts below and if you have time to invite you to get involved in the study - https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/TMCompliance2013LI (by the way 85% of our participants so far have said that just taking part has provided them with some good ideas)
I am happy to post the early results of the study in this discussion group & to share more at the L&S conference.
The study closes 8th May and full results are due out early July but in the meantime, I look forward to hearing your thoughts.
hi Laura, having completed the survey its really given me food for thought. Looking forward to the survey results.
Mandatory training so often becomes 'a tick in the box' and often results in a quick and dirty solution. I'm interested in seeing how the training has actually demonstrated improvement to service. Example: If we looked at number of staff off sick with back injuries before manual handling training/e-learning was mandatory for all staff, would we see an improvement in numbers since introducing it....? I'm not sure there would be a significant improvement with some of the e-learning we have been exposed to! I suppose the next stage of this would be to pilot some fantastic e-learning package and mark out the difference... (anyone want to loan us said fantastic e-learning in spirit of research??!)
'Compliance' is just such a turn off from the start - Clive Shepherd sums it up so well in his recent blog http://clive-shepherd.blogspot.com/2013/04/compliance-is-such-ugly-...