How confident are you that they know and understand the training material?
How confident are you that, based on their test scores, each employee knows the laws, regulations, policies and best practices well enough? Is your training, to borrow the words of the U.S. Justice Department document, “designed for maximum effectiveness in preventing and detecting wrongdoing by employees”?
Even worse, by allowing learners to pass by correctly answering a portion of questions that address a subset of the learning, you are knowingly documenting gaps in their knowledge. This demonstrates a lack of diligence in assessing, managing and mitigating risk.