Course Duration: 1h 10m (approx) online training + self-directed learning and activities + final assessment.
The Bribery Act 2010 applies to all staff and employees. Under the act, it is illegal to accept a bribe, bribe another person, or enable bribery to take place. Failure to implement adequate procedures to prevent bribes being paid or received on an organisation’s behalf may lead to disciplinary action, unlimited fines, or even a custodial penalty. It is the responsibility of all staff to prevent, detect, and report any form of bribery and corruption in the workplace.
Our Essential CPD course provides you with the core content you need to ensure you understand anti-bribery in your setting. It is delivered in high-quality remote video CPD format that has been skilfully organised for busy workloads and is accessible on any device, anytime, anywhere. Our training has been designed to provide maximum learning potential in the leanest, most cost effective and most time-efficient manner.
Delivered by retired police inspector and associate lecturer, Dr. Kai Adegbembo, this course has been divided into six easy-to-digest modules with a knowledge assessment at the end to help you evidence your learning.
Designed in line with the following policies
- The Bribery Act 2010
- Employment Rights Act 1996
- Public Interest Disclosure Act 1998
- Understanding the legislation which underpins The Bribery Act 2010 and how it should be used to help shape policy and practice.
- Recognising workplace roles and responsibilities regarding detecting, preventing, and reporting bribery in your setting.
- Identifying how to develop your anti-bribery and corruption policy, what it should include, and how to enforce it in your setting.
- Recognising how individuals and organisations can be exposed to risks which may not necessarily seem obvious at first.
- Understanding what whistleblowing is, why it may take place, how to respond and who may be protected by law.
Module 1: What are bribery and corruption?
In module one, you will learn what bribery and corruption are in reference to the Bribery Act 2010. You will understand the four main offences set out under the act and how they may affect your organisation.
Module 2: Law in practice
Module two will present a case study of the first person to be sentenced under the Bribery Act 2010. You will explore what offences were committed in this case and how he was prosecuted.
Module 3: Policy and strategy
In module three, you will discuss the intention of anti-bribery policies in your organisation, as well as what they should include. You will also understand your legal requirements regarding them.
Module 4: Whistleblowing practice
Module four will introduce whistleblowing and what it is, why people do it, and the legislation that surrounds it. You will also identify steps you can take to cultivate an open and supportive environment in your setting.
Module 5: Leadership, accountability, and risk management
Module five will discuss several examples of how bribery can take place in different ways, particularly for an educational setting, and steps to take to help develop a more open culture.
Module 6: Your role and responsibilities
Module six will outline your legal responsibilities regarding bribery, fraud, and corruption, including your duty to report suspected or actual breaches of policy.