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Kumar Venkatesiah

Senior Associate Developer for eLearning
Kumar Venkateiah is an experienced interactive media developer specialized in web-based flash applications, web-site, handheld devices and UI/UX for the elearning industry.
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December 31, 2016

What You Need To Know About GRC Online Training

GRC is an umbrella term that refers to the 3 vital components of business process management: Governance, Risk Management, and Compliance. GRC training is an inevitable component of employee onboarding and continuous learning programs, and this is because of more than one reason. Let us see what you need to know about imparting a GRC online training program.
October 8, 2016

Making Compliance Training More Relatable To Your Audience

Building a culture of compliance is possible when your eLearning courses train your learners to think for themselves. In essence, to make compliance training more relatable to your audience, do not focus on theoretically listing out the various potential wrong-doings; instead, train the learner to assess a situation and make their own judgment about possible compliance violations.