How Compliance Training Fits In A Modern Learning Strategy


Jim johnson 0060 edited
Senior Product Manager, PeopleFluent
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    Wed, Nov 02, 2022 at 12PM Pacific / 3PM Eastern
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Practitioners and learning leaders who manage and support a learning organization, strategy or program within a highly-regulated industry need to accommodate complex and demanding learning and training requirements. The technology used to deliver training, track certifications, and reduce regulatory risk is critical because the training enables workplace safety, prevents data breaches, and reduces failure cost.

In this session, Jim Johnson outlines what you should be looking for in your LMS including reporting and analytics, configurability, and learning to support the most complex businesses. If you manage learning programs within a highly-regulated industry, you are responsible for ensuring the safety of your employees, the data of your customers, and the reputation of your company. 
  • Explore how your LMS can and should accommodate the complexity of your business.
  • Identify the "must-have" LMS capabilities to ensure training compliance and to reduce regulatory risk.
  • Use visual dashboards to show who is in compliance and who is not (completions, expirations) and reduce fines and risk.

About Jim Johnson

Jim is a mild-mannered reformed politician turned product manager for PeopleFluent, working in the human capital management space, and dabbling as an amateur thespian and adroit confectioner. After a decade in Florida politics, he returned to a keen interest in technology as a project manager for a small software consulting company. Jim shifted to the human capital management space in 2007 and now works for PeopleFluent as a Senior Product Manager for its LMS.

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