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Measuring learning impact

Meaningful data

Learning impact can be measured in a multitude of ways.

What metrics are most important to your organisation?

Automation has provided us with the tools to track elearning completion times and success rates, including areas of strength and weaknesses. Now it’s commonplace for automated in-course evaluation tools to suggest further learning that will assist with bridging these gaps.

Also, a key consideration is employee culture. This slots into the measuring learning impact jigsaw. For instance, how is this learning being implemented in the workplace? How engaged are individuals and are they authentically representing the organisation as company brand ambassadors?

Let us help you to define and measure your inhouse learning impact.

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Our approach

What to consider when developing compliance training

Campaign for change

Is your compliance connecting with your employees? Training alone is rarely the spark that creates change – but something wider-reaching, like a multi-channel campaign approach, is far more likely to get results.

Design for impact

Support learners through their behavioural change journey using a variety of learning experiences. Context, stories, challenges, motivations, and effective assessments are all ingredients for compliance success.

Lasting results

The support shouldn’t stop as soon as the course does. Work with your teams to build a system that helps them find the answers for themselves and encourages social learning alongside peers. This will help to ensure the conversation remains alive when you’re not around.

How we can help you

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