London UK 2025

Dates and Venue

23 - 24 April 2025 | ExCeL London

17 - 18 April 2024 | ExCeL London

T5S2 - Compliance


T5S2 - Compliance

Wednesday 17 April 2024
Conference Theatre 5
Programme implementation , Tools and technologies , Learning experience design
It’s essential in most large organisations but is usually seen as a chore that nobody wants to be involved with – from employees to managers to the L&D department. Compliance doesn’t have to be that way, however. In this session we explore organisations that have taken different approaches to mandatory training to make it more targeted, less time consuming and easier to administer.

Revolutionising compliance training with technology 

In this session we look at case studies of compliance training that take a different approach to this unloved, but essential task. For example, by leveraging AI it is possible to transform even mandatory training to provide personalised learning paths, aligning with specific competencies. This targeted training can meet the needs of a governing body without adding to L&D’s administrative load or over-stretching employees. 

The administrative burden of managing and delivering compliance training can be huge. We look at the challenges of consolidating training records, the effectiveness of a blended approach, and the impact of new technology on traditional learning methods.

  • Leveraging AI for personalised compliance training
  • Managing large-scale training for diverse competencies
  • Blended learning approaches in compliance training
  • Strategic management of training records and data
  • Ensuring effective delivery of compliance-related learning
Michelle Parry-Slater, Learning and Development Director - Kairos Modern Learning
Robert Waggot, Business Applications Team Lead - ARRIVA PLC
Sarah Twaites, Senior Business Integrity Manager - Tesco Stores Ltd

Learning Technologies Sponsors

Learning Technologies Partners