Compliance training is often described by learners and course developers alike with words like dull, boring, and dry. But coming up with compliance training that satisfies regulatory requirements AND keeps you and your learners from dozing off can feel like a tall order—especially when you don’t have a lot of time and resources.
Thankfully, the one resource that doesn’t cost a dime is creativity. Even just a little bit of it sprinkled throughout your compliance training can elevate dull topics, making the content feel relevant, helpful, and even interesting to your audience.
Inspiring and creative are the words we use to describe these four compliance training examples from the E-Learning Heroes community. The brilliant designs on display in these projects can give you a creativity boost when you’re struggling to breathe a little life into your compliance courses.
Check ’em out:
- This inviting ethics training example by Janie Liz Sampaga uses animation, bold images, characters, and knowledge checks to add some eye-catching interaction.
- If you’re searching for an out-of-the-box idea to transform compliance training, look to David Field’s conflict of interest card game example for a fun spin on the topic.
- This beautiful ethics course by Kimberly Eng shows one way to use Rise 360 features like the text, image, and accordion blocks to create compliance training that looks and feels fresh and modern.
- Getting right to the point, like Elizabeth Pawlicki does in this slick compliance training example, is a great way to grab your learner’s attention.
Feeling inspired to make your compliance training more engaging? Have some new ideas for overhauling your existing compliance training courses? Crowdsource ideas and share your work with the community in the Building Better Courses Forum. And check out even more design inspiration and stretch your creative muscles in the weekly E-Learning Challenges.