Online Compliance Training

Epstein Becker Green has long been a leader in on-site management training (click here for more information about our services). We believe that training is critical to prevent harassment in the workplace—and to prevent and defend harassment claims. For many employers, anti-harassment training is not just a wise decision—it is required by law.

Epstein Becker Green has entered into a strategic alliance with MYCA:Learning to provide employers with an engaging online and video-based compliance training course.

What MYCA:Learning Does

MYCA:Learning creates, customizes, and curates eLearning and mLearning courses to be your learning champion.

Using a combination of proven instructional design methodology along with creative approaches to adult learning theory, MYCA:Learning courses include a conversational format with real-life simulations. Engaging interactions ensure that employees learn and retain the content, all while saving time and money.

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Why MYCA:Learning Does It

Attitudes are changing toward continuing education and learning. Ongoing education has such a positive effect on job performance; it’s a good idea to make learning available on demand rather than wait for a scheduled class. With budget and time constraints, eLearning offers a powerful alternative that can bring content “alive” online and deliver measurable results.

Don’t waste your valuable internal resource time trying to figure out eLearning solutions. MYCA:Learning’s team of highly talented professionals will ensure that your employees receive best-in-class, engaging, and interactive training.

How MYCA:Learning Does It

Although many of MYCA:Learning’s traditional courses are 30 to 60 minutes long, smaller “bytes” of training (five to 10 minutes in length) can be an effective way to keep knowledge and skill building top of mind in busy work environments. MYCA:Learning specializes in creating eLearning tools that deliver measurable results and practical application on the job.

Today, learning just doesn’t happen in the classroom or in front of a computer. Learners need quick access to relevant information, and mLearning can be the solution. This new approach is called “always on” training, and MYCA:Learning has been pioneering the concept for years.