SCCE Creating Effective Compliance Training
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Founder and Principal Rethink Compliance
Compliance Consultant; Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Illinois College of Medicine
Wednesday February 15, 2023
|8:55 AM – 9:00 AM||Welcome and Introduction|
|9:00 AM – 10:20 AM||The Need for and Value of Training and Education||• DOJ and regulator expectations |
• Where it fits within a compliance and ethics program
• Selling training and education to management (and your workforce)
|10:20 AM – 10:35 AM||Break|
|10:35 AM – 12:20 AM||Audiences and Topics for Training||• New employee orientation (code of conduct, etc.)|
• Recurring training for all on broad issues (code of conduct, culture of compliance, etc.)
• Recurring training for specific audiences on specialized compliance risk issues (FCPA, HIPAA, etc.)
• Non-recurring/responsive, based on specific event, emerging issue, etc.
• Onboarding training for certain vendors/suppliers, third parties, and more
• Recurring training for certain vendors/suppliers, third parties, etc.
|11:35 AM – 12:20 PM||Mid-Conference Break|
|12:20 PM – 12:40 PM||Picking a Path, Setting Up a Team and Process||• Planning a multi-year program|
• Buy vs build considerations
• Who should be involved, roles, etc.
• Process for development
• Process for QC, testing before rollout, etc
|12:40 PM – 2:10 PM||Principles of Adult Learning||• Malcolm Knowles’ four principles|
• Reaching different audiences (millennials, etc.)
|2:10 PM – 2:25 PM||Break|
|2:25 PM – 2:45 PM||Tailoring Your Course to Your Audience||• The DOJ calls for tailored, relevant training|
• Considering need for customization/variation for different geographic regions, roles, and learner profiles
• What technologies are available that allow you to do this
• Making training relevant in different cultures, languages/translations, etc.
|2:45 PM – 3:45 PM||Developing Your Training Content|| • Focusing on what the law means, not what it says|
• Writing plain language compliance messages that connect
• Getting beyond information to persuasion
Thursday February 16, 2023
|9:00 AM – 10:40 AM||Choosing a Format and Learning Approach||• Overview of pros and cons of different methods of delivery|
• Live, in-person
|10:40 AM – 11:00 AM||Break|
|11:00 AM – 12:10 PM||Building Compliance Awareness: Managers and On-the-Job Communications||• Manager role in compliance communications|
• Other on-the-job compliance communications (posters, etc.)
|12:10 PM – 1:00 PM||Mid-Conference Break|
|1:00 PM – 2:10 PM||(Re)Identification of Training Needs||• Risk assessments|
• Remediation efforts, root cause analysis following investigations, etc.
• Input from employees, managers, etc.
• Results of auditing and monitoring (including A&M of third parties)
• Other techniques
|2:10 PM – 2:25 PM||Break|
|2:25 PM – 3:25 PM||Measurement, Evaluation, and Ongoing Improvement||• Evaluating effectiveness of training|
• Testing, different methods, etc.
• Measuring impact
• Four levels of training evaluation
• Modifications to future training based on evaluations
|3:25 PM – 3:45 PM||Conference Wrap-up – Open Discussion|