Sponge will be at the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics’ European Conference this May, offering advice on how to develop engaging compliance elearning courses and avoid mandatory tick-box training.
The conference takes place 18-21 May at the Millennium Gloucester Hotel in Kensington and discusses the challenges facing the European compliance and ethics community. Formal presentations and networking sessions will cover topics such as data protection, anti-bribery and developing a compliant culture.
Sponge shares expertise in engaging compliance training
Sponge will be exhibiting at the event and sharing expertise on creating effective elearning programmes, engaging with staff, ensuring that knowledge is retained and building compliant workplaces.
The company has extensive experience of developing successful compliance elearning courses - a recent case study can be read in December’s Inside Learning Technologies magazine.
Speakers at the event include the directors of the Institute of Business Ethics and the Compliance and Complaints Advisory Services, plus heads of compliance from companies including Coca-Cola, Airbus, BT and Dell.