Can employees actually enjoy compliance training?




OnCourse Learning introduces new video compliance courses!

As the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) and Anti Money Laundering (AML) regulations expand, compliance education remains critical. But there’s a new challenge you face. Today’s employees, especially upcoming generations, have different expectations for learning. If the education is going to stick, it’s time to consider new approaches.

OnCourse Unplugged offers a new, fresh way to train your employees that is innovative, entertaining and extremely engaging. These new video compliance courses are revolutionizing the way bank employees learn about serious topics, including courses that will change the face of compliance training and learning for years to come.

OnCourse Unplugged includes a library of 16 core video compliance courses encompassing a broad range of content including BSA/AML, Fair Lending, Suspicious Activity Reports, Currency Transaction Reports, and more! These courses are published and reviewed by our compliance experts to ensure clients have everything needed to stay complaint in a fun and engaging way.

“From a practical standpoint, it makes sense to make financial service compliance training courses as engaging as possible. We can honestly say these are the most exciting and captivating compliance courses available, including the BSA/AML courses,” said Vice President of Governance, Risk and Compliance, Jeff Kelly. “For too long, compliance training has been something employee’s do in a check-the-box effort, but the resulting lack of engagement leads to less than adequate results,” Kelly said. “Our OnCourse Unplugged approach is based on studies that show adult learners are motivated to learn and retain more information when training is fun and educational.”

Check out the OnCourse Unplugged video courses, and let us know what you think!


About the author

Nicole Marino

Nicole Marino is the Director of Marketing for the Financial Services division which includes banking, credit unions, mortgage, gaming and non-bank financial services. She has more than 25 years of product marketing experience.

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