Failing to prevent bribery is a corporate offense. It is a legal requirement to protect your workplace from bribery and corruption. Keep your business safe and compliant by training your employees on the UK Bribery act 2010.
The aim of this course is to greater increase your knowledge of The Bribery Act 2010 and the implications, as well as the relevant laws and legislation.
The key points covered in this course are:
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Consumer Awareness is the act of making sure the buyer or consumer is aware of the information about products, goods, services, and consumers' rights. Consumer awareness is important so that buyers can take the right decision and make the right choice. Consumers have the right to information, the right to choose, right to safety. Let us learn more about Consumer rights, responsibilities, and consumer awareness in detail.More Information
Our Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) Awareness training gives learners an understanding of COSHH Regulations 2002.More Information
Faced with a range of obstacles, businesses are changing how they approach cybersecurity. Learn how to drive cybersecurity priorities & investments with an outcome-driven approachMore Information
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The Money Laundering Regulations 2017 lays down the obligations of private sector companies working in areas of higher money laundering risk.More Information
This online Paediatric First Aid course is essential for anyone who works or lives with children; you never know when an emergency may happen and when you will need to use first aid skills to remedy a potentially life-threatening situation.More Information
Understand what the employer checking service is and how to seek further informationMore Information
Especially for those in contact with potentially vulnerable adults. Awareness of radicalisation, the techniques and signs can allow you to help people in need of support of guidance which could, in turn, save their life.More Information
It is the law that responsible people in the workplace must record and report certain work-related illnesses and injuries. This is in line with The Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 2013, or RIDDOR.More Information
Regulation 3 of the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 requires, among other things, that all employers assess the health and safety risks to their employees while they're at work.More Information
If you work with children, you have a duty to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and young people under the Working Together to Safeguard Children (2018) statutory guidance. It’s extremely important your staff know how to spot signs and indicators of abuse and neglect, as well as knowing the correct method to reporting a concern.More Information
Safer recruitment is vital to protecting children in care. If you don't know the correct vetting practises when it comes to recruiting staff to work with children under your care, you could be putting those children at serious risk of mental and physical harm. Make sure you know how to check the people you are recruiting.More Information