Under DoJ guidance, a well-designed and comprehensive compliance program includes effective training for employees on the ethical and compliance risks they may encounter. Certainly, compliance programs have made the sift from a once-a-year and one-size-fits-all training model. Training should be risk-based, adaptive, and targeted. Training should be delivered using engaging modalities and at multiple frequencies to provide appropriate reinforcement. But what does a risk-based approach to training and communications really mean and how do you collect those key data points, beyond completion rates, on training activities to prove the success of these efforts? This panel will discuss the work they are doing to better measure their training efforts and the challenges and successes along the way.