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Building a Risk-Based Compliance Training Curriculum

White Paper Published By: CEB
Published:  Jun 04, 2014
Type:  White Paper
Length:  56 pages

Establishing compliance training requirements has always been difficult, but given recent changes to the regulatory and corporate work environments, the costs of failure are now more significant. To help companies get their training curricula right, CEB created a step by- step guide to building a truly effective compliance training curriculum one that reduces risk. To do this, members must work through three key phases:

  • Mapping training to the organization’s risk profile
  • Assigning employee-specific training requirements
  • Conducting an inclusive review to finalize the training curriculum

This brief is aimed at the person or group of people in charge of compliance training at your organization, be it the chief compliance officer, the compliance training manager, or any other compliance staff member. Read this brief while planning the annual compliance training curriculum, and refer back to it at key milestones to ensure you’ve covered all key steps.

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