June 10 – 12 Austin, Texas

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807 Compliance Training Done Well Using Mobile and the xAPI

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Thursday, June 11

Instructional Design


Compliance training is a universal issue and requirement for all types of organizations. It can be tricky to design and create compliance training that’s easy, available, and engaging to all learners, yet satisfies statutory legal and HR requirements. Traditional eLearning programs have gained an unfavorable reputation for being uninspiring and complex, stuck on a restricted platform such as desktop.

In this session you will discuss the strategies and methods that Qualcomm has employed in creating its successful Preventing Sexual Harassment mobile compliance training web application. You will learn how by rethinking compliance training and designing it for both mobile and desktop, you can create compliance training that employees are enthused by and want to complete. You will discover how this can lead to higher learning outcomes and create a more positive attitude toward compliance training, while still fulfilling all the statutory legal and HR requirements.

In this session, you will learn:

  • Why it makes sense to create engaging compliance training
  • How Qualcomm has created engaging compliance training
  • How Qualcomm has leveraged the Experience API for audit and compliance progress tracking
  • Lessons the Qualcomm team has learned from its approach

Novice to advanced designers, developers, project managers, and managers.

Technology discussed in this session:
Web application running on desktop, iPad, iPhone, and Android phone.

Jon Brasted

Senior Mobile Learning Software Developer


Jon Brasted is a senior mobile learning software developer at Qualcomm with many years of experience developing leading mobile-learning apps and solutions. At Qualcomm he developed the frameworks that underpin their entire mobile ecosystem, as well as many web- and native-learning apps. Prior to Qualcomm he worked at Tribal in the UK, leading development on high- profile mobile learning projects for the Department of Defense, including the joint knowledge online (JKO) and advanced distributed learning (ADL) mLearning app.

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