Anti-Corruption Training

Recognising bribery and corruption, understanding how to deal with them, and complying with anti-bribery laws is growing in importance in all business environments.

Transparency New Zealand in partnership with The Serious Fraud Office and BusinessNZ has released a free online Anti-Corruption Training module.

Anti-Corruption Training is a self-study e-learning course with which the participant will learn how to prevent and resist bribery in their business and comply with bribery laws. The course starts with an overview of bribery, followed by a set of in-depth realistic scenarios that require the participant to make decisions in familiar situations, and ends with a summary of bribery laws and offences. The course features clear and practical advice from ethical business practice experts.

This free 1.5 hour online learning module provides comprehensive anti-corruption training designed by leading experts in the field, and enables organisations to provide training for their personnel. Click here to access the course.

Business New Zealand partner in Anti Corruption Training Transparency International New Zealand Serious Fraud Office

 

Bribery and Corruption - consequences begin at home

YouTube video. The City of London Police has commissioned this short crime prevention video to demonstrate the impact that a corruption investigation could have on companies and individuals who ignore the Bribery Act and break the law.

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