Compliance training is notoriously dull and costly in terms of time and money and is often seen purely as a ‘tick-box’ exercise. However, compliance encompasses many areas and is present across many verticals: retail, hospitality, financial, pharmaceutical, to name a few.

Whether it's Challenge 25, Competition Law or Manual Handling training, at Bolt, we develop stimulating Compliance eLearning Modules that can be done anytime and anywhere by employees. Our off-the-shelf health and safety eLearning courses can be accessed immediately after purchase and your learners can start training on any device they possess. Automatic reminders can be sent to learners when it’s time to renew their training.

Spark, Bolt's revolutionary Learning Management System, can distribute and report on compliance training on an unprecedented scale, making it an excellent compliance management system. Through the LMS training distribution, learning is possible on any hierarchical level, and can cover compliance in various regions and even countries. 


Each industry has its own specific regulatory compliance matters, and we have created a library of eLearning modules to ensure compliance.

Our modules are created alongside industry specific, country specific legislation, and are updated to keep up to date with any updates to these laws. When modules are updated, our LMS will automatically replace a trainee's current training with the new one and alert them of this change.


Checkpoints within these interactive and immersive eLearning modules ensure that the information is absorbed effectively and retained for a long period of time. Trainees feel stimulated, supported and engaged in such an environment.

Bolt LMS can organise training in a hierarchical order according to your own compliance system and organisational structure.

It allows you to prioritise training in the desired order, leaving other modules for later. The compliance management system in Spark LMS was designed with this flexibility in mind.



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