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SCCE Training Workshop

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Tuesday Agenda

TimeSessionLearning Objectives
8:55am – 9:00am CDTWelcome and Introduction 
9:00am – 10:20am CDTThe 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 the workforce
10:20am – 10:40am CDTBreak
10:40am – 11:50am CDTIdentification 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
11:50am – 12:30pm CDTMid-Conference Break
12:30pm – 2:00pm CDTPrinciples of Adult Learning– Malcolm Knowles’ four principles 
– Reaching different audiences (millennials, etc.)
2:00pm – 2:15pm CDTBreak
2:15pm – 3:15pm CDTAudiences 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.

Wednesday Agenda

TimeSession Learning Objectives
9:00am – 10:40am CDTDeveloping Your Training ContentWho should be involved, roles, etc. 
Process for development 
-Process for QC, testing before rollout, etc. 
-Delivering the message—plain language, focus on meaning/ effects of laws 
-Considering need for customization/variation for different geographic regions 
-Making training relevant in different cultures, languages/ translations, etc. 
10:40am – 11:00am CDTBreak
11:00am – 12:15pm CDTContent and Delivery Options: Choosing the Right ApproachOverview of pros and cons of different methods of delivery
– Live, in-person
– Web-based
– Gamification
12:15pm – 12:45pm CDTMid-Conference Break
12:45pm – 1:55pm CDTBuilding Compliance Awareness: Managers and On-the-Job Communications– The roles of managers and other communications in on-the-job compliance awareness 
Evaluating effectiveness of training – Testing, different methods, etc. – Measuring impact – Four levels of training evaluation – Modifications to future training based on evaluations
1:55pm – 2:10pm CDTBreak
2:10pm – 3:05pm CDTBuilding Multi-Year Programs: Measurement, Evaluation, and Ongoing Improvement– Keeping it interesting and updating training periodically


Kirsten Liston
Founder and Principal, Rethink Compliance

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CJ Wolf
Compliance Consultant; Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Illinois College of Medicine

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