A gentle encouragement can help your low-engagement users get up to speed with their training courses. Here's how you should create the email - and some pre-made templates to get you on your way.
How to write a low-engagement training encouragement email
In your encouragement email, you should mention that:
Training is mandatory and employees that don't pick it up will be spoken to individually
Keeping up with security awareness material ensures employees are operating securely in a professional environment and helps keep the company and its customers safe
Training courses only take 5-10 minutes to complete
For a successful campaign, you may also want to:
Include a screenshot of an enrolment email so your users will know what to look out for
Send the email from someone senior internally in the company
Use our templates to get you started..
We've created some templates for you to use and customise as you wish - so you can get your users back to their training ASAP!