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Compliance–foster a culture of compliance and readiness with a learner-focused, experiential approach 

Compliance Programs 

Regulatory Compliance Training: Anti-bribery, anti-money laundering, consumer financial protection, environmental compliance, etc.  

Policy and Code of Conduct Training: Anti-discrimination, anti-harrassment, social media, travel and expense policies, etc.  

Data Privacy and Cybersecurity: HIPAA, electronic health records, technology use, network security, incident response protocols, etc. 

Safety Compliance Training: OSHA, personal protective equipment, hazardous materials, emergency procedures, etc.  

Compliance training is infamous for its check-the-box completion. To truly reduce risk and increase readiness, however, the training needs to engage learners with real-life situations, personal benefits, and the inevitable consequences of non-compliance. Afterall, the end objective is to increase organizational readiness and mitigating risk depends not on completing the training but on real behavior change
With learning Advisory, Design, and Tech services, AllenComm has the experience and expertise necessary for successful compliance program development. We work in highly regulated industries–such as finance, manufacturing, and healthcare–but we can support almost any organization on topics such as privacy, information security, ethics, and workplace conduct. 

How AllenComm Can Help

  • Analyze your current compliance training program to identify and determine what is needed to speed time to competency, increase retention, and boost engagement.
  • Consult with your team to identify gaps between learner behavior and expected results.
  • Propose a compliance training solution that will tailor the experience to specific employee roles, company culture, and business goals.
  • Use human centered design to engage your learners and hit your business goals.
  • Find the right technology to align your learning experience with your business strategy.

Compliance FAQS

  • What are the most engaging methods to deliver compliance training?

    Effective compliance training focuses on culture and behavior in addition to knowledge transfer. To boost engagement and retention, incorporate a variety of methods. Interactive simulations and quizzes transform learning from passive to active. Gamification with points and leaderboards adds healthy competition. For complex topics, microlearning modules provide bite-sized access. Storytelling through real-world scenarios and video-based learning with animations simplify concepts. Finally, discussions and collaborative activities foster social learning and deeper understanding.

  • What are the most common learning needs for compliance in the finance industry?
    A robust compliance training program empowers financial professionals to navigate complex regulations. Anti-Money Laundering (AML) training equips them to identify suspicious activity and report potential money laundering. Know Your Customer (KYC) training focuses on customer due diligence procedures to ensure compliance. The compliance program doesn’t stop there. It also covers customer privacy, suitability standards for securities sales, and anti-fraud measures to protect investors. Compliance training on data security, fair lending practices, and sales conduct & ethics further strengthens risk mitigation and fosters a culture of compliance within your financial institution.
  • What are the most common learning needs for compliance in the healthcare industry?

    In the healthcare industry, the most common types of compliance training include HIPAA training to ensure staff understands how to handle protected health information (PHI), and FD&C Act training to educate employees on safe handing, storage, and administration of medicines and medical devices. Other priorities for training would include training on the Joint Commission Standards, on OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen Standards, and on the HITECH Act to prevent security breaches.

  • What are the most common learning needs for compliance in the IT industry?
    Fortify your IT security with a learning program that engages learners and changes behavior. Empower employees to identify and avoid evolving cyber threats like phishing scams and malware. Strong password management, including complex passwords and multi-factor authentication (MFA), is vital. Data security awareness training should cover handling sensitive information, data classification, and data encryption, especially for portable devices. Train employees to recognize red flags in emails and social engineering attempts. Ensure familiarity with the Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) and clear procedures for reporting security breaches and suspicious activity to the IT security team. This holistic approach empowers employees to become your first line of defense against cyber threats.