This is the second post from the checklist series ‘Launching Compliance Training’. Make sure that you have finished the list of Things to consider when getting stakeholders on board before you continue with this one.
After weeks of collaborating with SMEs and stakeholders, you’ve gone through several rounds of review and your content has finally been given the green light. The very thought of reviewing the content one more time may make you feel queasy, but it’s always advised to do a sanity check before anything is published.
This checklist outlines what you need to consider after the content has been signed off, and what to do before you go live with your compliance training in your LMS.
Not only do things like typos, grammatical errors, inconsistent terminology or differing text formatting distract from the learning experience, they also look unprofessional.
The only way a smooth user experience can be ensured is if you go through the entire content from the learner’s point of view. You need to review the content end-to-end in its final, published format to make sure everything looks and acts as it is intended.
Pay particular attention to things like:
To properly test the learner experience, time how long it takes you to complete the final and published version of the whole course.
So you’re finished and happy with the content? The next post in our Launching compliance training checklists series covers obstacles that may arise around accessing the training and how to avoid them.
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