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Learn how to develop and manage an eective compliance
training program for your organization.
June 22–23, 2021
Creating an Eective
Compliance Training Program:
SCCE’s Creating an Eective Compliance Training
Program: A Workshop is a brand-new educational
opportunity created to support compliance
professionals charged with developing, creating, and
managing their organization’s compliance and ethics
training. This comprehensive, hands-on program
features live educational sessions that address all
aspects of compliance training and provides an
in-depth look at the core principles of a successful
training program; this includes deciding who and
what to train on, developing the right content,
measuring success, and identifying indicators
for change. Attendees can earn live Compliance
Certification Board (CCB)® continuingeducation
Learning objectives
- The case for compliance training
- Methods for identifying training needs and
- Principles of adult learning you can use to
makeyour training work
- Understanding your workforce’s training needs
- Developing training content that works
- The pros and cons of dierent educational
methods, including live vs. online training
- The roles of managers in building on-the-job
compliance awareness
- Evaluating the eectiveness of your
About our faculty
Founder and Principal of Rethink Compliance;
author of Creating Great Compliance Training
inaDigital World
Kirsten Liston has spent over 21 years creating
comprehensive compliance and ethics solutions for
complex, global companies. She is passionate about
creating programs and products that genuinely reach
employees and change cultures. Previously, Kirsten led
product strategy for the learning businesses within SAI
Global and Integrity Interactive, both market leaders in
corporate compliance risk management.
Compliance Consultant; Clinical Assistant
Professor, University of Illinois College of
Medicine; Faculty, Brigham Young
Dr. CJ Wolf is a private compliance consultant and holds
university faculty appointments at two universities. He
has worked full-time in various compliance roles for
Intermountain Healthcare, MD Anderson Cancer Center,
the University of Texas System and as chief compliance
officer for an international medical device company. Dr. Wolf
has a passion for teaching and has developed curricula
and taught adult employees seeking national coding and
compliance certifications, trade workshops seminars, and
SCCE’s mission
SCCE exists to champion ethical practice and
compliance standards in all organizations and to provide
the necessary resources for compliance professionals
and others who share these principles.
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About Creating an Effective Compliance Training Program: A Workshop
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Transform your compliance training
Attendees will receive an exclusive discount on
Kirsten Liston’s book, Creating Great Compliance
Training in a Digital Worlda guide for reaching
and persuading your workforce.
* Oer only available to attendees
during the workshop.
Learn the five key principles behind great
compliance training, including how to:
Focus on what the law means, not what
Think like a lawyer, talk like a human
Aim for persuasion, not just
Master the nuts and bolts
Measure and manage
your impact
Purchasing options include a
print book, digital book and
aprint and digital bundle.
20% off
Agenda Creating an Effective Compliance Training Program: A Workshop Agenda times are listed in Central Daylight Times (CDT)
Please note: Agenda is subject to change.
8:55 9:00 am CDT
Welcome and Introduction
9:00 10:20 am CDT
The Need for and Value of Training and Education
DOJ and regulator expectations
Where it fits within a compliance and ethics program
Selling training and education to management and the workforce
10:20 10:40 am CDT
10:4011:50 am CDT
Identification of Training Needs
Risk assessments
Remediation efforts, root cause analysis following investigations, etc.
Input from employees, managers, etc.
Results of auditing and monitoring (including A&M of thirdparties)
Other techniques
11:50 am 12:30 pm CDT
Mid-Conference Break
12:30 2:00 pm CDT
Principles of Adult Learning
Malcolm Knowles’ four principles
Reaching different audiences (millennials, etc.)
2:00 2:15 pm CDT
2:153:15 pm CDT
Audiences and Topics for Training
New employee orientation (code of conduct, etc.)
Recurring training for all on broad issues (code of conduct,
culture of compliance, etc.)
Recurring training for specific audiences on specialized
compliance risk issues (FCPA, HIPAA, etc.)
Non-recurring/responsive, based on specific event, emerging
issue, etc.
Onboarding training for certain vendors/suppliers, third parties,
and more
Recurring training for certain vendors/suppliers, third parties, etc.
9:00 10:40 am CDT
Developing Your Training Content
Who should be involved, roles, etc.
Process for development
Process for QC, testing before rollout, etc.
Delivering the messageplain language, focus on meaning/
effects of laws
Considering need for customization/variation for different
geographic regions
Making training relevant in different cultures, languages/
translations, etc.
10:40 11:00 am CDT
11:00 am 12:15 pm CDT
Content and Delivery Options: Choosing the
Overview of pros and cons of different methods of delivery
-Live, in-person
12:15 12:45 pm CDT
Mid-Conference Break
12:45 1:55 pm CDT
Building Compliance Awareness: Managers and
On-the-Job Communications
The roles of managers and other communications in on-the-job
Evaluating effectiveness of training
-Testing, different methods, etc.
-Measuring impact
-Four levels of training evaluation
-Modifications to future training based on evaluations
1:55 2:10 pm CDT
2:10 3:05 pm CDT
Building Multi-Year Programs: Measurement, Evaluation,
and Ongoing Improvement
Keeping it interesting and updating training periodically
Agenda Creating an Effective Compliance Training Program: A Workshop Agenda times are listed in Central Daylight Times (CDT)
Creating an Eective Compliance Training Program: A Workshop
June 2223, 2021 • VIRTUAL
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Continuing Education
Credits are assessed based on actual attendance and credit type requested. Should
overall number of education hours decrease or increase, the maximum number of CEUs
available will be changed accordingly.
Compliance Certification Board (CCB)®: CCB has approved a maximum of 12.0 CEUs for
these certifications: Certified in Healthcare Compliance (CHC)®, Certified in Healthcare
Compliance– Fellow (CHC-F, Certified in Healthcare Privacy Compliance (CHPC®),
Certified in Healthcare Research Compliance (CHRC)®, Certified Compliance & Ethics
Professional (CCEP)®, Certified Compliance & Ethics Professional Fellow (CCEP-F)®,
Certified Compliance & Ethics Professional–International (CCEP-I)®.
Tuesday - 6.0 CCB
Wednesday - 6.0 CCB
Totals are subject to change.
NASBA/CPE: The Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics is registered with the
National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing
professional education on the National Registry of CPE sponsors. State boards of
accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit.
Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of
CPESponsors through its website: Sponsor Identification No: 143451.
The education level for this activity is considered intermediate. While this education may
be most appropriate for Compliance Professionals with more detailed knowledge on this
topic, and/or individuals with operational or supervisory responsibilities, no prerequisites
are required for this education. Delivery Method: Group Live. Advanced Preparation: None.
A recommended maximum of 6.6 credits based on a 50-minute hour will be granted for
this activity. This program addresses topics that are of a current concern in the compliance
environment and is a group-live activity in the recommended field of study of Specialized
Knowledge. For more information regarding administrative policies such as complaints or
refunds, call 888.277.4977 or +1 952.933.4977.
SCCE is in the process of applying for additional external continuing education units
(CEUs). Approval quantities and types vary by state or certifying body. For entities that
have granted prior approval for this event, credits will be awarded in accordance with
theirrequirements. CEU totals are subject to change.
Upon request, if there is sucient time and we are able to meet their requirements,
SCCEmay submit this course to additional states or entities for consideration.
Only requests from registered attendee will be considered. If you would like to
make a request, please contact us at +1 952.933.4977 or 888.277.4977 or email To see the most up-to-date CEU information go to
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andthen select the “Continuing Education” option on the left hand menu.
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