311 Leveraging Calculo to Streamline Deployment of Compliance-Driven Courseware
1:45 PM - 2:45 PM ET
Monday, November 7
Compliance: It’s not an exciting word, but in many regulated industries, managing employee continuing education requirements is crucial to continued business operations. Yet the process is administratively burdensome, fraught with error, and continues to become more complex as delivery modalities expand, regulatory bodies continuously evolve requirements, and external training taken by employees must be reported on and tracked within your LMS.
Learning and development teams are required to ensure courseware is built in a way that is aligned to regulatory standards and that the content is managed and adjusted to ensure continued alignment over time. As content libraries grow, manual processes become inefficient and no longer suffice.
In this session, we’ll explore why this gap exists, the impact on regulated businesses, and how L&D teams in other organizations have used technology to bridge the gap.
In this session, you will learn:
- The impacts delayed course management and inaccurate credit calculations can have on your business
- Why LMS platforms alone cannot meet the need of regulated industries
- How other companies have used Calculo to transform the way they manage and deploy compliance-driven courseware
- How to assess if your compliance-driven process can be automated
Kathleen Waid has over 20 years of experience in the learning and talent platform development industry. She is responsible for managing the service delivery, design, and implementation for custom, cloud-based learning and compliance web application platforms at Educe Group. She serves companies of all sizes, from Silicon Valley start-ups to Fortune 500 banking and audit firms. Prior to joining Educe, Kathleen held roles at Conduent, Expertus, Accenture, and Ernst & Young. She holds bachelor’s degrees in economics and advertising from Syracuse University and a master’s degree in information technology and education from George Washington University.