Bribery & CorruptionHeads Up Compliance - Bribery and Corruption Course Summary
“Bribery blights lives. Its immediate victims include firms that lose out unfairly. The wider victims are government and society, undermined by a weakened rule of law and damaged social and economic development. At stake is the principle of free and fair competition, which stands diminished by each bribe offered or accepted.”
Kenneth Clarke - Secretary of State for Justice March 2011
Getting it wrong in relation to bribery and corruption can be costly and may lead to fines, imprisonment and irreparable damage to reputation, so it is essential you get things right.
- Could you identify the key indicators of bribery and corruption?
What You Will Learn
This course will cover the following:
Bribery and Corruption
- What constitutes a bribe?
- How should a company or organisation go about minimising the risk of bribery and corruption?
The Bribery Act 2010
The 'Heads Up Compliance - Bribery and Corruption' course begins with a short 5 minute video introducing the topic. This is followed by 'real world' scenarios and a multiple choice questionnaire allowing the user to show understanding.