Kineo, a global leader in learning and technology solutions, will be hosting a 'Konnect' networking and insights event on April 9th in Manhattan to discuss compliance and communication programs.
Compliance training is one of the most critical areas of elearning and also one of the most frustrating. Assembling a professional forum to share challenges, best practices and solutions will be a productive way to explore common issues and themes in this area of elearning.
Kineo has invited some industry experts to help tackle this topic and facilitate discussion. JC Kinnamon, Associate Editor, International Journal of Corporate Learning, will speak on the topic of the "reluctant learner"; Cammy Bean, VP of Learning Design, Kineo US, will share top tips for learning design and staying true to your companies brand; Gordon Lam and Ting Huang, Associate Directors of Elearning, UBS, will lead a group discussion on the role of L&D departments in compliance training.
Cammy Bean, VP of Learning Design at Kineo, shares her thoughts on compliance:
"Compliance training has a rap as being the worst that elearning has to offer. People dread it. When it's done bad--it's really bad. And that bad taste is what people remember--not the content and not the message."
So what can corporations do differently? JC Kinnamon, Associate Editor, International Journal of Corporate Learning, says:
"So much workplace learning is compulsory. Elearning creators ought to factor that into their design work. Don't assume that just because you create it, they'll read it or listen to it."
Kineo hosted their first Konnect event last December, where discussion focused on the top 10 learning trends for 2014. As the learning landscape continues to change every day, Kineo sees these events as a way to bring L&D leaders together to build a community for sharing and learning.
Register to Attend
The event is from 8:30am to 10:30am on Wednesday, April 9th at Scandinavia House in New York City. Attendance is free, but space is limited. If you are interested in attending, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 312-374-4735.