There are no risks being an L&D Professional! Or is there?
If you have insurance through ILP, have your own L&D business, or are responsible for L&D in an organisation, this masterclass was a must-attend.
In the last 2 years much has changed, we all know that, but what changes have impacted the legal liabilities of learning and development (L&D) professionals? Are there new risks we need to be aware of, new strategies for structuring our businesses, new requirements in learning design and facilitation, and what role might L&D legal and insurance specialists play in helping us understand and manage these?
That was the important focus for this ILP Masterclass.
Simon Quirk, from Quick Legal and ILP’s In-house Counsel, and Marni Dittman, General Manager L&D, Insurance Advisernet provided us with the most up-to-date information. And answer any questions you may have.
The insurance industry, in particular, has changed dramatically and is impacting how L&D professionals need to look at the risks they may be taking and learn how insurance is a risk management tool. Similarly in the legal space, there are new regulations around things like accessibility, inclusion, and how training is done. This can be particularly important in all forms of training delivery – face-to-face workshops, Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT), and fully online programs.
Fix the basics, protect first what matters for your business and be ready to react properly to pertinent threats. Think data, but also business services integrity, awareness, customer experience, compliance, and reputation.”
― Stephane Nappo
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