Anti-Bribery and Corruption Training (Introduction)

Increase user engagement with this Introductory Anti-Bribery and Corruption eLearning Course

Key Learning Points:

  • How to recognise bribery
  • The main bribery offences and how to avoid committing them
  • Bribery legislation and who it applies to
  • What policies and procedures you should implement
  • Consequences of committing a bribery offence

Course Overview

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 explains what sort of actions could constitute a bribery offence and what the consequences of giving or receiving bribes could be.

Course Details

  • Certificate on completion
  • Course can be tailored to meet your specific requirements

Course Contents

Introduction to Bribery

Bribery can affect staff at all levels in the organisation. The consequences of breaching anti-bribery and corruption laws include fines, loss of job, disqualification and even prison sentences. It is therefore vital to understand the risks and avoid committing an offence under the anti-bribery and corruption regulation. This module introduces learners to anti-bribery legislation and enforcement.

Offering or receiving a bribe

A bribe is a criminal offence that could be disguised as a gift, a bonus or even a token of appreciation. To begin with, this module covers how a person bribes another person if they intend to induce the improper performance of a relevant function or activity. Learners will also understand the key factors to consider when deciding if gifts or hospitality could be considered a bribe.

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

Learners are tested on their knowledge throughout the course with short quizzes and feedback on the answers. At the end of each module, learners must take an assessment test and answer 80% of the questions correctly to complete the module.

Learners can also take the assessment 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.

The Importance of Anti-Bribery and Corruption Training

Anti-bribery legislation is designed to maintain an honest and level playing-field amongst organisations, allowing them to trade openly in free market conditions and offer consumers and suppliers fair and competitive prices.

It is a financial crime for organisations (or those representing them) to offer or accept a bribe, and companies without an anti-bribery policy in place put themselves at risk of heavy penalties should a breach occur.

Over the years, a number of regulations, such as the UK Bribery Act, have transformed the scope of ant-bribery and corruption governance. Our online training reinforces the ethical and legal obligations for businesses while developing a culture of compliance across the business.


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

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.

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.

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.

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.

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