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Programme Outline

This course looks at the implications of corruption upon government, public and private sector organisations and the individuals within those organisations. There is a strong emphasis on how to combat corruption, with the use of practical workshops to re-enforce identified learning outcomes, as well as covering topics such as risk assessment, prevention and investigation issues, evidence management and the use of financial investigation.

This course is aimed at those decision-makers, managers and all members of public and private sector organisations, who require an understanding of corruption and its ramifications in the workplace. The course is also a must for members of law enforcement agencies and those directly involved within the procurement management arena, as well as project managers, contract managers, policy makers and advisors

  • A raised awareness of the conditions which allow fraudulent practices to occur.
  • Understand areas susceptible to corruption and be able to identify the means by which vulnerable members of staff may be adversely affected.
  • Understand the practices and procedures protecting the organisation from corrupt practices and the implementation of internal anti-corruption measures intended to ‘Target Harden’ its vulnerability.
  • Be able to respond effectively to events involving corruption applying available options in the pursuit of asset recovery through either the criminal or civil courts as appropriate.
  • Apply relevant legislation appropriate to their field of operation in corruption enquiries and professional competence.
  • Be conversant with the offences under which criminal allegations of corruption maybe made and prosecutions undertaken.
  • Familiarity with the legislative framework governing the investigation of corruption.
  • Ability to understand and apply information collection principals’ access and disclosure.
  • Be aware of both the positive and adverse effects of corruption and associated enquiries within the wider context relative to the department/organisation.
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