Health & Safety and Compliance training courses
Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Training
This Anti-Money Laundering Course is particularly useful for those working in the financial service sector or for anyone that works where large amounts of money, goods, or property are bought or exchanged. Work towards compliance with relevant current legislation, such as The money Laundering Regulations 2007 with our online Anti-Money Laundering Course.
GDPR Essentials Training
Our GDPR Training looks at the 8 principles of Data Protection and providing information; one of the main purposes of this course is to ensure that you know you are responsible for ANY personal data you come across or have access to.
With 1 in 10 UK workers claiming that they have been witness to some possible form of corruption, wrongdoing or malpractice in the last two years, workers need to know when an issue should be reported, and the right process about reporting it. Take our Whistleblowing Training course to educate your workforce on the process of reporting corruption.
Fraud Awareness and Prevention Training
In September 2017 Action Fraud reported that 272,980 fraud offences (UK) had been carried out in the last year. This Fraud Awareness and Prevention Training will educate people on the signs of fraud, what to do if you encounter it, and how to raise awareness of fraud.
Modern Slavery Training
Our Online Modern Slavery Training course provides the knowledge on how to report, acknowledge and how to handle modern slavery in and around the workplace. The course aims to educate users on identifying signs of modern-day slavery and to give confidence to people to speak up about it.
Your Legal Anti-Corruption Responsibilities
Current legislation includes:
The Data Protection Act 1998
The main piece of legislation that governs the protection of all personal data in the UK.
The Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations 2003
This legislation applies specifically to electronic communications and focuses heavily on unsolicited communications and ‘cookies’.
The Bribery Act 2010
This act brought in 4 main offences relating to bribery - Bribing another person, accepting a bribe, bribery of foreign public officials and failure to prevent bribery.
Money Laundering Regulations 2007 & The Proceeds of Crime Act 2002
Ensure that all businesses have specific risk assessments in place and always conduct comprehensive due diligence when dealing with clients. The Proceeds of Crime Act allows for the recovery of any proceeds from any crime related activity.
The Fraud Act 2006
This legislation allows for accountability to be placed on someone who commits a fraudulent act. It also allows for guilty people to be subject to fines or prison sentences.