LRN’s ethics and compliance training courses help over 30 million learners each year to think and act ethically.

LRN’s extensive e-learning library combines expert developed instructional design and best-in-class course editing.

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Stay up to date with state-by-state harassment prevention training requirements.

US state requirements and deadlines for harassment prevention training are unique and change often. Check out LRN's free handbook to find your state's most recent guidelines. Our all-in-one harassment prevention course aligns with US and international training requirements, using adaptive technology to deliver the right content to the right person in the right place. Got employees in any of the following states or overseas? Our anti-harassment training has got you covered!

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Best-in-class ethics and compliance training courses and topics.

Educate your employees with training content that is second-to-none. LRN is proud to offer award-winning compliance courses that have been recognized as:
  • Best Learning Program That Supports and Promotes Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
  • Best Use of Games & Simulations
  • Best Advance in Competency & Skill Development
  • Best Unique or Innovative Learning and Development Program 
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Our ethics and compliance training videos have won Gold, Silver, and Bronze Telly Awards in multiple categories.

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