The United Kingdom joined the global campaign against corruption in 2010 and as a consequence revamped the laws for combating bribery by UK business entities. The 2010 UK Bribery Act is a substantial upgrade to the country’s laws and is one of the most comprehensive and stringent anti-bribery legislation in the world. The Act is wide-ranging, covering both the public and private sectors, with extraterritorial reach. If challenged the burden of proof is with the organisation to demonstrate compliance to the law. This course meets the requirement to educate and inform employees and associates in regard to the law and recommended practices.
This course is certified by TQA Ltd. TQA is an independent training quality assurance company that assesses the quality of content and its compliance to the standard that governs the topic. TQA requires that ever learner completes an assessment to confirm that the learner’s knowledge of the subject meets the criteria for competence.
- The scope of the Act.
- To whom the Act applies.
- Offences covered by the Act.
- The anti-corruption measures that can be deployed.
- The need for policy and procedural reviews.
- The role of a compliance officer.
- The areas to be examined and addressed in order to establish an anti-corruption culture.
- Sources of suspicion.
- Advantages of a whistle blower policy.
- How to establish investigation teams.
- How to investigate suspected violations.
- Principles of anti-corruption.
There is an online assessment for this course which requires a 90% pass rate to obtain a certificate of achievement, which can be downloaded.
This online course is mobile responsive on an iPad and Kindle.
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