- Collection Concept
- Adaptive Courses
- Immersive Courses
- Microlearning Courses
- Detailed Study Courses
- Toolbox Talks
- Communications Resources
Collections are unique solutions designed to bring together the convenience and cost effectiveness of off-the-shelf eLearning with all the benefits of an engaging, bespoke training curriculum.
Our new Collections feature a variety of learning styles and fresh content to improve engagement and provide a long term solution to your training needs.
Using Collections, your organisation can enjoy the best of both worlds, giving you ready-made, holistic training programmes designed to deliver a multi-year training strategy with fresh content year-on-year.
- An innovative new approach to promote knowledge retention and learner engagement
- Pre-assessment identifies areas of strengths and weaknesses
- Course is automatically tailored to cover gaps in learners' knowledge
- Reduces unnecessary training time by up to 45 minutes
Our Adaptive Courses
- Scenario-based courses
- Place the learner at the centre of the experience
- Test their ability to make the right decisions.
- Highly interactive; designed to improve learner engagement.
Our Immersive Courses
- Short 5-10 minute learning vignettes
- Focussed on key topics
- Improve knowledge retention with bite size learning
- Can be rolled out in response to emerging training needs.
Our Microlearning Courses
This microlearning course on Associated Persons and Due Diligence is part of our Anti-Bribery and Corruption curriculum. The course is designed to offer a deeper understanding of associated persons and the importance of due... Read More »
This immersive online training course puts the user in the heart of a situation in which gifts and hospitality are offered to a fictitious character Naomi at a supplier's new product launch. During the event you will have... Read More »
This microlearning course on Interacting with Public Officials is part of our Anti-Bribery and Corruption curriculum. Delivered in an engaging, gamified format, the course enables learners to gain an understanding of bribery... Read More »
This microlearning course on International Legislation is a core Take 5 within our Anti-Bribery and Corruption curriculum. The course is designed to offer a deeper understanding of international anti-bribery legislation -... Read More »
What happens when an employee decides to take a bribe? This online training course on Consequences of Bribery is part of our Anti-Bribery and Corruption curriculum. The course enables learners to gain a deeper understanding... Read More »
Detailed Study Courses
- Utilises what we would call a 'traditional' eLearning approach, meaning that learners are presented with the information then tested at the end
- Information is presented in an interactive, engaging way
- Longer, detailed courses
Our Detailed Study Courses
This online training course offers an in-depth and detailed look at anti-bribery practices across the world. The course also covers additional international bribery threats that may be encountered whilst working abroad and... Read More »
- Resources based on corresponding courses
- Designed to facilitate a blended learning experience for small groups.
- Includes downloadable facilitation notes
- Use as part of face-to-face training.
We are currently developing our Toolbox Talks product offering for this collection. Please contact us for further details.
To positively reinforce the learning messages in our courses we also provide you with a suite of communications resources, including:
- Engaging resources to print out and display in the workplace
- Share digitally via intranet, newsletter or display screen.
- Promote a culture of compliance
- Reinforce key behaviours
Our Collections help you to:
- Ensure regulatory compliance
- Respond quickly to specific risks
- Enable behavioural change
- Create and maintain a compliance culture
- Increase learner engagement and knowledge retention
- Reduce learner fatigue
A Flexible Solution
- Collections are designed to offer a highly flexible, easily scalable and agile alternative to traditional of the off the shelf training.
- Our collections offer a variety of different learning interventions and styles, providing each organisation the flexibility to create a training plan that meet’s their unique requirements.
A Scalable Solution
- Collections are easily scalable too; whether you need to provide in-depth training, refresher training or a comprehensive schedule of short training activities, each collection provide enough options to roll out a unique training programme year after year.
An Agile Solution
- As they are off-the-shelf, our collections are ready when you are and can be deployed quickly and easily in direct response to the changing level of risk being faced by your organisation.
- Each collection is updated with new courses as we develop them, so your training programme can be fresh each year and your training is always up to date, relevant and effective.
Anti-Bribery and Corruption Training FAQs
Who should receive Anti-Bribery and Corruption training and why?
For many organisations, tackling corruption and ensuring that anti-bribery training is offered to staff members is more than just best practice; it's required by law. What's more, businesses that perform due diligence by ensuring adequate procedures are in place to prevent bribery and corruption have far greater defence against prosecution should an offence take place on their watch. Evidencing training course completion is a key ingredient of your adequate procedures for preventing bribery and corruption and anti-bribery training is therefore an essential component of your risk management strategy.
Whilst it's true that no organisation likes to consider the risk of bribery and corruption amongst their staff a likely occurrence, a bribe or similar financial crime could result in severe fines or even restricted tendering globally.
As industry-leading anti-bribery and corruption training providers we're firm believers that not all online training is created equal and accordingly we aim to ensure compliance eLearning is more than just a box-ticking exercise for corporations and learners alike. Anti-bribery and corruption training is a serious and important topic, but that doesn't mean it shouldn't be lively and engaging at the same time. In fact, we'd go so far as to say it's a requirement for effective learning!
This is why our in-house designers use a mixture of instructional design; things like storytelling, quizzes, gamification, and real-life case studies, to bring the principles of bribery prevention to life.
What is bribery and corruption?
Bribery is the act of taking a bribe which is a payment or a favour given in exchange of inducing somebody to act dishonestly. While corruption is the practice of unlawful or improper behaviour to use power or authority in exchange of money or to gain advantage. It is a financial crime for organisations (or those representing them) to offer or accept a bribe.
What are forms of bribery and corruption?
Inducements through bribery and corruption can take the form of money, gifts, loans, fees, rewards or other advantages. These could be through gratuities, gifts and hospitality, fraud, deception, collusion, embezzlement, facilitation payments and abuse of power through bribery of foreign or public officials. While corruption can also facilitate other crimes including drug trafficking and money laundering.
Why do organisations need an anti-bribery and corruption policy?
It is illegal to offer receive or accept a bribe. Organisations must have an anti-bribery policy in place to mitigate the risks when someone who works for the business or on their behalf might be exposed to bribery. Companies without an anti-bribery policy in place put themselves at risk of heavy penalties should a breach occur.
What is the Bribery Act 2010?
The Bribery Act 2010 is the main legislation in the UK governing bribery and corruption. It came fully into force on 1 July 2011 and covers the criminal offences of bribing another person, or being bribed, bribing of foreign public officials, organisations failing to prevent bribes being paid on their behalf.
How does bribery and corruption affect global organisations?
For organisations that are operating globally, the risks of international bribery and corruption pose a big challenge with enforcement agencies from multiple jurisdictions to consider. This means global organisations need to have anti-bribery and corruption policies compliant with not only the UK Bribery Act 2010, but also the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) amongst others.