Webinar:
Cracking the
Compliance Training Code

10 March 2020 – Online webinar

Webinar:
Cracking the Compliance Training Code

10 March 2020 – Online
1pm – 2pm (GMT)
14:00 – 15:00 (CET)

Not many people seem to like compliance training. Not people at work, not many learning professionals, maybe some training providers. But we all want the people and organisations who serve us to be compliant. So how can you learn how to handle this compliance training paradox and find professional ways to make the best of it?

Cost: free

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In this webinar we will explore what to do – and not to do – to be sure that compliance training is effective, relevant and makes sense. You will learn how to first peel the compliance training onion to get to the core of what needs your attention. We’ll introduce a model to help you understand the regulation of behavior and how technology can play an important role for effectiveness and efficiency.

Want to get a jump on learning?

Here are some interesting blogs from Ger to get you started.

Ger’s Learning Notes #12 – Eclectic blended learning tips

‘Eclectic’, I first learned the word in relation to architecture. If a building can’t be categorised in a specific architectural style because it is a mixture of styles – just call the style eclectic. I’ve always loved the word and it fits the theme of this edition of the learning notes quite nicely.

This week’s edition covers topics like visuals, training strategy, starting with online learning and even cat gifs. And yes, besides the fact that they are all dedicated to inspire learning, they are eclectic.

Ger’s Learning Notes #11 – Music and learning

I can image you sometimes put your headphones on when you need to get work done. Or perhaps you see your kids study with those chunky headphones on their heads. Music plays an important role to get work done at the aNewSpring office and we like it! Can we discover the link between music and learning in this edition of the learning notes?Lyrics of different songs can spark new energy. For a while, every time I heard Alain Clark sing ‘push my button’ in his song Blow me away, I felt I small jolt of energy. There are some intriguing sources to explore around the link between music and learning. How about the Mozart effect and the Vivaldi effect? Some lyrics can inspire us as learning professionals or help us focus, like a song by Joss Stone song does for me (included in the notes).

Ger’s Learning Notes #10 – Impact

The 1st of June was a very special day in Rotterdam. We hosted our annual customer conference. The weather couldn’t be more perfect and we had a magnificent turnout. The theme of the day was IMPACT and that is why I chose to use the same theme for this 10th edition of Ger’s Learning Notes.

Ger’s Learning Notes #09 – ATD 2017

You were looking forward to visiting ATD this year but you couldn’t make it? This edition of my learning notes is created based on sessions at ATD 2017 in Atlanta. – Cheers – Ger

Ger’s Learning Notes #08 – Japan

The last few weeks a lot of things related to Japan popped up in different places. What is Ikigai? What does ‘get to your Gemba’ mean. How can you use PechaKucha? And what does it have to do with learning? Find out in this edition of the ‘Japanese’ learning notes. – Ganbatte! Ger-San

Ger’s Learning Notes #07 – Myth busting

Some research suggests that a goldfish has a longer attention span than you do. How do you think you stack up? Find out more in this edition of the learning notes where we’ll be myth busting.

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