Preventing Bribery in Business (ABC)
Online Training for Employees
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  • Preventing Bribery in Business
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Preventing Bribery in Business Course Overview

Online Anti-Bribery and corruption training packed with unique features and up-to-date legislative guidance. With the completion of this training anti bribery strategies are clear and practical, reducing business and individual bribery risk.

UK Version: The UK Bribery Act 2010 is one of the toughest pieces of anti-bribery legislation in the world. A range of domestic and international scenarios and simulations are included in the anti-bribery training course which illustrates the key points of the Act, explore potential pitfalls and educate on best practice.

Forming part of our wide range of compliance courses, this CPD certified (UK version) online anti-bribery training course enables delegates to gain a full understanding required to recognise and prevent bribery from happening within the workplace. Each module takes delegates through the impact and extent of bribery and the Act’s four bribery offences and penalties. Learners will be able to spot the signs of bribery, improper performance and be able to describe how bribery is carried out as well as how to recognise and resist facilitation payments and bribing a foreign official.

Preventing Bribery in Business eLearning Outcomes

  • Describe the impact and extent of bribery
  • Spot the signs of bribery, improper performance and describe how bribery is carried out
  • Describe the difference between hospitality and bribery
  • Explain how to recognise and resist facilitation payments and bribing a foreign official
  • List the six principles on which the Act is based (UK version) and explain what failing to prevent bribery means
  • State the Act’s four bribery offences and penalties (UK version)

When learners have completed this course, they will be able to:

  • Describe the global impact and extent of bribery, fraud and corruption
  • Define the key terms and legal framework associated with bribery and corruption
  • Understand our zero-tolerance approach and the consequences of non-compliance
  • Understand what a bribe is and recognise different types of bribery including facilitation payments
  • Describe the difference between hospitality and bribery
  • Understand how to avoid inadvertently being involved in bribery
  • Explain what bribing a foreign public official is and our zero-tolerance approach to it
  • Describe a step-by-step process for handling a demand for a facilitation payment
  • Understand the need to protect personal safety

When learners have completed this course, they will be able to:

  • Describe the global impact and extent of bribery, fraud and corruption
  • Define the key terms and legal framework associated with bribery and corruption
  • Understand our zero-tolerance approach and the consequences of non-compliance
  • Understand what a bribe is and recognise different types of bribery including facilitation payments
  • Describe the difference between hospitality and bribery
  • Understand how to avoid inadvertently being involved in bribery

When learners have completed this course, they will be able to:

  • Describe the global impact and extent of bribery, fraud and corruption
  • Define the key terms and legal framework associated with bribery and corruption
  • Understand our zero-tolerance approach and the consequences of non-compliance
  • Understand what a bribe is and recognise different types of bribery including facilitation payments
  • Describe the difference between hospitality and bribery
  • Understand how to avoid inadvertently being involved in bribery
  • Explain what bribing a foreign public official is and our zero-tolerance approach to it
  • Describe a step-by-step process for handling a demand for a facilitation payment
  • Understand the need to protect personal safety

When learners have completed this course, they will be able to:

• Describe the global impact and extent of bribery, fraud and corruption
• Define the key terms and legal framework associated with bribery and corruption
• Understand our zero-tolerance approach and the consequences of non-compliance
• Understand what a bribe is and recognise different types of bribery including facilitation payments
• Describe the difference between hospitality and bribery
• Understand how to avoid inadvertently being involved in bribery
• Define the six principles of the risk-based approach to preventing bribery in business including proportionate procedures, top-level commitment, risk assessment, due diligence, communication, monitoring and review

Preventing Bribery in Business Online Course Features:

  • Editable Content Option
  • Instant Language Switch
  • Variable Speed Playback
  • Downloadable eBooks
  • Multi-device compatibility