Flipping around Induction/Compliance courses
My organisation (Health Care) has a large number of induction and compliance modules and we are being pushed to add more and more, meaning new starters have a growing number to go through prior to commencing work.
The majority of these modules are older style click and next with a few interactions and then a quiz at the end.
I have floated the idea of flipping this around so we quiz new starters up front to determine their knowledge level, and then only provide information and activities for the areas identified as learning gaps.
So far this idea has been well received especially as I have sold it on the potential time savings (1 hour per person would be 900 hours a year). However, it is a huge undertaking given the amount of content and how the systems are currently setup.
Has anyone else done something similar? Do you have any ideas or potential gotchas to watch out for?