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How To Transform And Enhance Your Compliance Training Using LX And UX Principles

Webinars | 06.05.2021

How To Transform And Enhance Your Compliance Training Using LX And UX Principles

The number of hours spent in compliance training can quickly add up, especially when organisations have large audience groups to train and a wide curriculum of topics. The smallest of issues within the course design can lead to high volumes of complaints, disengagement with the topic, lost hours of productivity, low completion rates and fuel the ongoing negativity for mandatory training.

In this webinar, we explore the current challenges and trends organizations face when designing compliance learning. We take a view on the learner experience (LX) and user experience (UX) and explore ways to help improve these using proven approaches and techniques.

In this session, you will gain insight into:

  • The pain points organizations are currently facing with compliance training, old and new
  • Taking a more human approach by designing better learning experiences
  • Going beyond compliance training to support a compliance culture
  • Creating learner experiences that resonate, using personalization and design thinking
  • Using data to help track ROI and support evidence-based decisions for design
  • Leveraging learning design patterns to deliver effective and consistent learning experiences

Your speakers are

Rory has over 10 years’ experience directing innovative learning solutions and strategies and is a leading Solution Consultant at Kineo. Helping to define clients’ requirements, Rory works with the Kineo team to produce creative and effective elearning and LMS solutions that meet clients’ needs. 
Having worked in the learning technology industry for over 20 years, Emily is an experienced and talented Learning Consultant. Providing learning consultancy to clients and internal teams, Emily conducts learner and needs based analysis, as well as advising and designing creative solutions for digital, blended and campaign-based projects. She also delivers capability training on learning design and its effective implementation.
Matthew has worked in all manner of elearning and media for over a decade. He loves to combine attention grabbing ideas, storytelling and good UX with solid learning practice. With one eye on the future, Matthew’s passionate about new technologies and platforms for developing skills and knowledge.

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