Our Anti-Bribery and Corruption Training Courses
This introductory online training course is designed to educate members of staff, prevent bribery and reduce the risks, and help protect your organisation should a breach of policy occur. The course carefully and thoroughly... Read More »
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 »
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 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 »
In business, it can be difficult to know if a bribery offence is being committed. This online training course on Is It Bribery is part of our Anti-Bribery and Corruption curriculum and enables learners to use their knowledge... 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 »
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 online training course is presented in a gamified, role-playing format enabling learners to actively engage and become fully immersed in the course. Go behind the scenes as the Divisional Director at the fictitious corporation,... Read More »
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 »
Tailoring: You can tailor all of the courses in this topic using the free Adapt Authoring Tool.
Your Anti-Bribery and Corruption Training Curriculum
What is the Curriculum Approach?
- Deploy training interventions as a programme that best suits your organisational requirements.
- Adapt your roll out plans in response to changing organisational training needs / risks identified.
- Scale delivery of your training intervention is response to the risk level within your organisation.
- Variety creates better learner engagement.
- Reinforcing key messages across various learning interventions promotes.
- Different formats support different learning styles.
- Ingrains a Compliance Culture into the fabric of the organisation.
- Becomes second nature.
How does the Curriculum work?
- Longer, more detailed courses provide all of the information employees need to know to ensure compliance with ley legislation / business ethics.
- Utilises a traditional e-learning approach to present information in an interactive and engaging way at the users pace.
- A new innovative approach to our longer, detailed study courses.
- An upfront assessment enables learners to demonstrate their areas of competence and weakness.
- The course provides only the training required by that user.
- Follow up assessment ensure competence in the areas of study required.
- Save up to 45 minutes per employee in unnecessary study time.
- Scenario and challenge based courses place a learner at the centre of the experience and test their ability to make the right decisions.
- Shorter and highly interactive, these courses promote learner engagement and provide excellent refresher training.
- Short 5 minute learning vignettes focussed on specific topics.
- Promote retention of key information / behaviours.
- Can rolled out in response to emerging training needs.
- Promote a culture of compliance by reiterating the importance of key behaviours.
- Provides an individual training needs analysis for each employee.
- Our diagnostic assessments test a learner’s understanding of the topic and provides follow up micro learning interventions learning that meets the users requirements.
- All of our curriculum are supported by posters / key messages that can printed out and displayed in the workplace or shared digitally on an intranet, newsletter or display screen.
- Promotes a culture of compliance by reiterating key behaviours in the day to day work environment.
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Anti-Bribery and Corruption Training
We believe online training works best using a layered approach. Our introductory course to anti-bribery and corruption is a great way to ensure staff who might be considered low risk for bribery (perhaps they don't manage accounts or aren't exposed to corporate hospitality or gifts) know the basics and are introduced to the fundamentals of bribery prevention. Why not combine this with our anti-bribery and corruption Take 5 (microlearning) course, The Gifts and Hospitality Challenge? Perfect for a quick refresher on the do's and don'ts of accepting corporate hospitality.
For learners who require more in-depth knowledge concerning the threat of bribes, our Anti-Bribery and Corruption (Working Globally) course is a more detailed program which offers learners a deeper understanding of anti-bribery practices, and also covers risks encountered working abroad. As you may expect, this course is also available in multiple languages.
Organisations may also wish to offer their employees our Politically Exposed Persons eLearning course. Designed to highlight the risks involved with working with politically exposed persons (PEPs), this twenty minute online training course will round out your anti-bribery and corruption training.
Our two immersive eLearning courses, Beating Bribery and Beating Bribery (Global), place learners inside a virtual company where the aim is to uncover whether bribery has taken place across different departments and who might be responsible. As the name suggests, immersive environments require more active participation from learners and can be considered more true-to-life thanks to their content-rich and highly visual design. The global variant of this course is available in 18 alternative languages.
All our anti-bribery and corruption training courses are available off-the-shelf for ease of use; we can also work with your subject experts to tailor the approach and information to suit your organisation's requirements. Using the Adapt Authoring Tool you can even modify our courses yourself.
Who should receive anti-bribery 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.