Each organization has unique training needs based on factors like the company’s size, industry, or location. But one training need that all organizations have in common is creating compliance courses that satisfy legal or regulatory requirements.
Compliance training covers various topics—such as harassment, cyber security, and ethics. To put it mildly, those aren’t always the most exciting topics for learners. As a course creator, it’s your job to spice things up and transform that dry content into an engaging course learners might actually enjoy. To give you inspiration, we’ve rounded up our favorite compliance training examples that show creative ways to breathe life into your next project. Let’s dive in!
Rise 360: Phishing 101 - What You Need to Know
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This government employee course by Janie Liz Sampaga brings dynamic energy to ethics training with eye-catching animations and graphics.
Rise 360: Utilities Company Code of Conduct
Storyline: Government Ethics Compliance Training
Rise 360: Conflict of Interest Compliance Example
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Rise 360: Government Ethics Training on Financial Disclosures
Storyline: Conflict of Interest Example
Rise 360: Media Company Workplace Harassment Course
Storyline: Phishing Simulation Example
Hopefully, these examples sparked some new and creative ideas that you can use in your next compliance course. Thanks to our community members who share their creative examples through weekly challenges, downloads, and examples, it’s easy to find inspiration on any course topic you can imagine. What other types of examples would you like to see? Share your thoughts in a comment below.
To learn more about creating compelling compliance courses, check out these articles:
- 3 Ways to Avoid Designing Boring Compliance Training
- 7 Tips for Creating Better Compliance Training
- 5 Tips for Jazzing Up Compliance Training
- Create Compliance Training Like a Pro with Rise 360
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