Eukleia will soon be releasing a suite of financial crime training courses designed specifically for organisations operating under US and Canadian laws. Find out more in this blog post.
At Eukleia, we’re constantly assessing how our products and services can best meet the needs of our clients. We understand that many firms want to provide staff at all levels of their organisation with consistent, high-quality compliance training which engages their learners and encourages appropriate behaviour and actions.
That’s why we’ve redesigned and refreshed our suite of financial crime training courses for organisations in Europe, and now, North America and Canada.
The new North America-specific courses include the following:
- Anti-Money Laundering
- Anti-Bribery and Corruption
- Fraud Awareness
- Preventing and Detecting Tax Evasion
We’ve also packaged all of these topics into a single course, Financial Crime Essentials.
Forthcoming courses include AML: Correspondent Banking and AML: Trade-Based Money Laundering, as well as other specialist topics.
Key features of our North America financial crime training courses
The new courses have been redesigned to deliver the highest quality possible learning experience as well as ensuring learners can access training on a broad range of devices.
Each course includes the following features:
Average duration of 20 minutes
This keeps the learning concise and focused on key learning points to maintain learner engagement and understanding.
A broad range of interactivity
We use case studies, scenario-based questions and knowledge checks to keep the learning active and give it real-world applicability.
We’ve designed all of the courses with a consistent user interface and navigation, making life easier for learners accessing a range of courses from our generic catalogue.
Easy to access on any device
With responsive design as standard, each course can be viewed on mobile devices like smartphones and tablets. This creates a more convenient way to consume learning for busy workers.
We know it’s important that a course resonates with learners, so enabling clients to add their own branding, colour schemes and images is an important part of this effort.
Each course features an end-of-course assessment composed of multiple choice questions.
Key technical features
The courses were created using a HTML5 framework and deliver:
- Extensive browser compatibility – including Internet Explorer, Firefox and Chrome
- SCORM conformance and xAPI reporting – to deliver data on course completion and effectiveness
- Configurable question banks – so assessments can be easily customised to suit specific requirements
- Easy to translate – we can conduct a full translation service in-house or clients can supply their own translations in XLIFF files for us to implement.
How our new financial crime training courses support your compliance efforts
We spoke with Scott McCleskey, Eukleia’s Senior Vice President and Subject Matter Expert for North America, and Elaine Churchill, Account Director in our New York office, on how the new courses can support organisations with their compliance efforts.
“The importance of training all levels of staff effectively has increased in recent years. And that’s because the financial services sector has recognised that many compliance issues can be most effectively identified and mitigated by staff undertaking day-to-day roles in the business,” Scott said. “Our new courses serve as an effective introduction to key risk areas and educate staff in all functions on how to spot red flags as well as when and how to escalate concerns if they do so.”
“Learner engagement is critical to the success of compliance training, which is why we’ve taken a range of approaches to create visually appealing and highly interactive courses that will engage learners and challenge their perceptions of traditional compliance training.”
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