Anti Bribery – International Legislation

Train your employees on International Anti-Bribery Regulations

Key Learning Points:

  • What is internal legislation around bribery and corruption
  • Why is it important to have a company policy and code of conduct
  • What are the risks of excessive hospitality
  • How are facilitation payments seen as a bribe in various countries
  • How does international legislation affect organisations

Course Overview

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 – vital for global organisations in the fight against bribery and corruption. The course focuses on the importance of understanding international anti-bribery legislation and being able to identify the risks.

Set in an engaging, interactive format, learners will go behind the scenes at TradRmax, a fictious global wholesale distributor registered in Australia with operations in the UK and the USA. Through scenario-based learning, learners will understand the complexities of organisations operating globally across multiple jurisdictions and how to avoid the pitfalls of bribery and corruption.

Course Details

  • Interactive with full voiceover
  • Certificate on completion
  • Regular course updates
  • Course can be tailored to meet your specific requirements

Course Contents

This course is published by Cylix

Tailored versions of the courses are available for the following sectors

Compatible for

Any Workplace

Public Sector




Fire & Rescue

The Assessment

Hugo, the CEO of TradRmax has concerns about the conduct of some employees. The challenge is to correctly identify any compliance breaches of company policy and keep the compliance risks low – the performance is measured by a risk-o-meter. Learners are tested on their knowledge and understanding of bribery and corruption and the application of international legislation. Learners can also take the course again to improve their score.

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Exchange rates are updated regularly but are only intended as a guide. Prices are based on a 2 year contract.

Importance of Anti-Bribery and Corruption Training

Bribery is a crime in many countries and affects employees and organizations negatively. For many global organisations, conducting business ethically across its entire operations and tackling bribery and corruption is challenging as the international legal landscape is complex, depending on the legal jurisdictions within which they operate. To manage compliance risks, it’s vital for organisations to have a legal framework and code of conduct in place which considers the international legislation and makes it clear to employees about what is acceptable and where. Raising awareness and keeping up to date with international legislation is key to preventing bribery and mitigating the risks.


If you have any questions that are not covered here, please get in touch.

To ensure that employees and associated persons operate legally and ethically throughout the global organisation, businesses should aim to have clear public statement on zero tolerance against bribery and corruption across all operational areas. Businesses must also have clear messaging as part of its company policy as well as training to ensure that employees understand the company policy and their responsibilities to act with integrity.

The legality of facilitation payments differs across the world. Under the UK bribery Act, facilitation payments are illegal. Although under Australian and US laws, facilitation payments are not explicitly stated as illegal. Facilitation payments are also considered as bribery under the Moroccan Criminal Code despite the practice of ‘baksheesh’.

It’s essential to comply with domestic bribery laws, irrespective of how effectively they are enforced. Bribery laws are in place to prevent injustice and inequality, which have a human and environmental cost. Reputational damage caused by corrupt activity anywhere in the world can have a huge negative impact on individual careers and businesses.

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