Get ready for SM&CR with a four-stage blended learning model that gets the best for both your learner and your organization.
If you want to create more engaging compliance training, it’s worth looking at different course assessment tactics for your learners.
There are many approaches to designing engaging compliance training that maximises learner engagement. Here's more on one mechanism, content grouping.
The National Crime Agency (NCA) published its 2019 National Strategic Assessment of Serious and Organised Crime. Read the highlights in this blog post.
Principal Consultant, Liz Hornby, explores the risk that the SMCR may encourage the very same practices its creation sought to combat.
The FCA is changing its view on non-financial misconduct, and in particular sexual harassment. We examine the issue and what it means for SMCR training.
One key lesson learned since the rollout out of the SMCR is that Line Managers have an important role to play. Find out more about SMCR training.
LEO GRC will soon be releasing financial crime training courses designed specifically for firms operating under US and Canadian laws. Find out more.
A behavior change-focused approach to measuring the impact of your compliance training can powerful results and insights. Find out more in this article.
Engaging learning content is critical to the success of your compliance training. In this blog, we explore six ideas to make your learning content ‘stick’.
Best practice suggests the best way to detect and prevent misconduct is to establish a speak-up culture alongside a whistleblowing solution. Find out more.
The recent FCA case against Paul Stephany provides valuable lessons for those engaged in compliance training. Find out more in this blog post.