Key program elements

Training, testing, reporting and record keeping

ComplianceWorld delivers the four key elements for an effective compliance program: training, testing, reporting and record keeping.

Training

ComplianceWorld provides legal compliance education and training for your management team, employees and contractors, at all levels. It does this clearly and without unnecessary jargon, using relevant scenarios to create a more engaging and illuminating learning environment.

ComplianceWorld covers a broad range of legal issues, from Competition law, Business Ethics and Anti-corruption to Occupational Health and Safety. You can select any combination of modules to meet the needs of your business. If you have specific training needs we can develop modules accordingly.

Please refer to the 'Training Modules' for the comprehensive list of training modules available.

Testing

Each ComplianceWorld module incorporates comprehensive tests that enable you to check participant knowledge and understanding of the law. It provides the participant with immediate, personal feedback on what they have mastered and what they still need to learn. Testing also provides evidence of participant comprehension and highlights specific knowledge gaps which require attention.

Reporting

Sophisticated monitoring and reporting ensures that you know who has been trained, who has received the training and their results. You can view the information that you need, in the way that you need, to best manage your organisation’s training requirements.

Report generation is straightforward. Participant comprehension and knowledge can be broken down and analysed by selecting any number of the reports.

All reports can then be exported to Excel for further manipulation and analysis.

Individual participant reports

These reports are available to all participants. They provide instant feedback to the participant on completed and current modules allowing them to self-monitor and focus on their weak areas.

Administrator / executives / department manager reports

  • Individual user reports can be generated to determine how a particular participant has performed.
  • Group reports can be generated to determine how the current body of participants throughout the organisation have performed. Reports include the Failed Module Report, Incomplete Testing Report and Passed.

Record keeping

The intelligence an organisation can gain from this data will assist in the refinement of policy, risk mitigation and focused training to improve the overall understanding of the law throughout the organisation. In circumstances where a breach occurs, these records can be used as evidence of diligence in pursuing compliance.