Defining The Learning Objectives Of Your Corporate Compliance Training

| December 18, 2018

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Compliance training isn’t as simple as ticking boxes. In order for your corporate compliance training to be effective, you need to devise a solid learning strategy. One of the most important parts of this is defining your learning objectives. It can be tempting to define these as something as simple as "ensure everyone in the business is trained upon Health and Safety". However, the more specific your goals are to your organisation, the more effectively your compliance training can contribute to achieving your business goals.

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