Cybersecurity is key to privacy compliance because human factors are the major contributors to privacy breaches in Australia
Learning is more effective when learners can relate to the content by reflecting upon their real-world experience. Presenting scenarios in training are often used to assist in this reflection. This article shares four simple steps for writing relevant and effective scenarios and several tips to help you incorporate relevant scenarios into your compliance training sessions.
GRC Solutions Senior Consultant, Lyndon Lovell, offers insightful tips to improve your compliance training program via the use of Microlearning
Catharine Lumby (Professor of Media at the University of Sydney, author, journalist and Principal of Catherine Lumby Associates) in conversation with Adrian Phoon (Head of Content at GRC Solutions and former Co-Chair of Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras)
Putting your own stamp on compliance training - quickly and within budget
This article interprets aspects of John Keller’s ARCS Model of Motivational Design in relation to compliance training. It discusses four main areas to focus on and provides simple tips to help motivate staff so that they complete and participate in mandatory compliance training. Lyndon Lovell is an instructional designer and consultant at GRC Solutions with over 16 years’ experience in governance, risk and compliance publishing and training.