ANTI CORRUPTION, INTEGRITY AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE
This training programme seeks to promote and facilitate organisational management to significant contribution to the fight against corruption. The anti-corruption content of this training programme is broader and covers both public and private sector bribery, solicitation of bribes and extortion. ATI hopes to encourage delegates from different organisations to extend their anti-corruption programmes to their subsidiaries and business partners.
The training standards promote guidelines to reflect more than just the perspectives of developed countries but also in other inter-governmental instruments adhered to by a wide range of countries. ATI have also been integrated in the anti-corruption initiatives of several international private sector associations and organisations. ATI Training’s distinctive contribution as an anti-corruption instrument is that it provides a framework through which governments and civil society can encourage organisations’ contribution to the fight against the sage corruption levels.
Fraudulent and corrupt activities by definition involve deception and dishonesty. Such behaviour by its nature can be difficult to detect so organisations need to be vigilant. Fraud and corruption can have a significant impact on an organisation reputation and resources. Organisations should be committed to conducting business in accordance with all applicable laws, rules and regulations and the highest ethical standards, and this training is commitment to ensure delegates understand anti-bribery or anti-corruption and anti-fraud principles
This programme is aimed at participants all who wishes to obtain and use techniques which will help prevent and identify fraud and corruption in their workplace. Typical function areas include Chief Security Officers, Senior Auditing Staff, finance and accounting, HR, administration, EIMS, the public sector, governmental and non-governmental organisation support, logistics, and procurement experts.
Upon completing this programme, the delegates should be able to:
- Identify the acts of and the financial implications to the acts of fraud, bribery and corruption to the organisation and society
- Understand the true nature of fraud, bribery and corruption and how it impacts on your organisation
- Understand what types of unethical behaviour are most likely to affect your organisation’s performance and reputation
- Know what to do to prevent and detect fraud, corruption and bribery, and how to deal with it in the workplace
- Understand that Perception is real and the reality of corruption within individuals and organisations, affects the future business