Our Code of Conduct Training Courses
This online training course explores the main areas of implementing a code of conduct in the workplace. It includes examples of dilemmas learners could face and guidance on how to make the right decisions. The course is designed... Read More »
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Code of Conduct Training Courses
eLearning is a effective medium for communicating your Code of Conduct; it allows you to combine storytelling with scenario-based examples with assessments and memorable graphics and videos. A good Code of Conduct will provide an ever-present reference point for employees dealing with ethical dilemmas and grey areas about their job role and the culture they work within.
An effective Code of Conduct/Code of Ethics course allows organisations to:
- Communicate the tone from the top (a way of establishing corporate culture as it is understood by its leadership team. In this sense, leaders both create codes of conduct and live by them).
- Create a common framework for employees to work to (tell employees what is expected of them and what they can expect from the organisation)
- Build a compliance culture
- Align employees with the organisations values
- Get new starters off to the right start
- Provider refresher training for existing staff
Our code of conduct eLearning course is 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 a Code of Conduct
A Code of Conduct should be more than a set of rules and restrictions placed on employees by the company's leadership team. A good Code of Conduct should also communicate your organisation's mission, values, and principles and promote good ethical behaviours so your employees make the right choices whilst at work. This is achieved by firmly setting the tone at the top and allowing it to permeate through the entire company.
Most companies have a Code of Conduct, either through a formal documentation or through a set of policies and procedures. But, all too often, employees don't know what it says or where to locate it. As the framework which guides appropriate levels of behaviour, best practices, and responsibilities for members of staff, it is essential your Code of Conduct becomes a 'living part' of your compliance programme.