Anti-Money Laundering (AML)
Anti-money laundering (AML) training courses for your business
Our Anti-Money Laundering (AML) courses are available as part of the Compliance eLearning Suite in one great package.
Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Training
Our anti-money laundering courses offer a textured approach to learning that combines legislatively-focused eLearning content with instructional design and short course/microlearning to really break-down the principles of financial crime into engaging and manageable chunks. For instance, our 'Anti-Money Laundering' course forms a great base from which learners are taught the basics of spotting, reporting, and stopping money laundering. The course is designed to teach the fundamentals of what money laundering is, what is might be used for, and what could be classed as suspicious activity to look out for.
Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Short courses and microlearning
For organisations looking to offer refresher and/or additional training to staff, we have designed two microlearning courses on this subject, perfect for testing learners' knowledge and keeping awareness levels high! Our two courses, 'Money Laundering Challenge' and 'Know Your Customer' reinforce key principles of anti-money laundering compliance.
All our anti-money laundering 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.
What is money laundering?
Money laundering is the generic term used to describe the criminal process of 'cleaning' so-called 'dirty' money (i.e. money that was obtained by breaking the law) so that it appears to be legitimate income. It has close links with other financial crimes, such as terrorist financing and fraud, so it's important that effective anti-money laundering training is provided in order to reduce the risk of a financial crime taking place.
Whilst it's true that most organisations agree on the seriousness of money laundering activity (after all, it can result in large fines and/or prosecution for both the organisation and the individual at fault), it's too often the case that in-house anti-money laundering training isn't provided to employees, or that it's offered in a way that seems unrelated – dare we say boring – to those who could be most at risk. You see, successful businesses with a steady flow of cash in and out are often targeted as a means by which to launder money, and if your employees don't understand how to spot and report suspicious activity, you could be heading for trouble.
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