303 Microlearning, Workplace Performance, and Compliance: Having It All
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM Wednesday, October 24
St. Croix B
In order to meet compliance training requirements, many organizations subject their workforce to isolated training events. Organizations choose this approach based on regulations that mandate training in specific topics, but this does not translate into the workforce understanding the mandated behavior associated with these topics. This approach persists because training engagements are easy to track and serve as evidence for compliance even though they are not viewed as particularly effective.
In this session, you will learn how setting the vision for a different organizational compliance training program can ensure you get the buy-in you need from your many stakeholders. You will learn how to translate learning objectives within your dreaded “nexter” courses into effective animated videos. You’ll see how a simple Storyline asset can become a performance-based assessment to provide customized learning. Finally, you will be given suggestions for strategic communications planning that can prevent your program from stalling out of the gate. Results of a recent enterprise-wide implementation, which substantially reduced overhead training costs, will also be presented.
In this session, you will learn:
- Where and when to incorporate microlearning videos to address compliance training (and where to NOT use them)
- How to integrate a performance-based assessment and microlearning videos into your agency learning management system (LMS)
- About the role strategic communication plays in the success of your microlearning program
- How to design a series of microlearning engagements to address a particular content theme
- How to engage with key stakeholders to make them program champions
- How to measure the program’s return on investment
Designers, managers, and senior leaders (directors, VP, CLO, executive, etc.).
Technology discussed in this session:
GoAnimate and Articulate Storyline.
Sr. Solutions Architect
Anne Little is SAIC’s Integrated Training Edge (SITE) product manager at SAIC. She has more than 20 years of training development and delivery experience, and her research interests include motivational strategies within online learning environments. Anne has designed training programs for numerous federal clients, including the Defense Acquisition University, Department of Homeland Security, Department of Energy, and the Federal Aviation Administration. Most recently, her research and development portfolio has focused on re-engineering compliance training programs. She holds a PhD in instructional technology from George Mason University.