Attentive to the rapid changes in the business world in terms of regulatory, safety & security issues, LePont has identified six key dimensions for successful training:
Dedramatize the topics
The first obstacle to the success of training courses on these subjects lies in the topic considered arid or not very engaging. Giving them a different light is an essential lever.
Provide a clear vision of the issues
Bringing clarity, distinguishing the essential from the accessory, structuring the information, this is our job.
Allow employees to project themselves into situations
To get the employee's involvement, there's nothing like allowing them to look at concrete cases.
Make people think about choices and consequences
Activities that make it possible to "manipulate" the concepts, in the physical and mental sense of the term (quiz, drag, and drop) guarantee much higher assimilation.
Anchor good practices
In terms of regulations, safety, and security, what matters is what is left after the training is completed so that the new behaviors take hold.
Finally, the training systems must anticipate regular updates to cope with the constant changes in these subjects and keep employees up to date.
It is by being attentive to these main educational principles that we suggest that you create tailor-made, engaging, and adapted training systems for your Regulatory, Safety & Security needs.