Following the government’s publication of guidance last week, the Bribery Act 2010 will come into effect on 1st July this year. With three months for organisations to prepare, we’ve released a free preview of our anti-bribery and corruption e-learning course.
The course, which was launched last week, embodies Saffron’s award-winning approach and is ready to reploy immediately. It lasts around 30 minutes, and ensures compliance and competence through carefully designed scenarios and a focus on behaviours rather than legal theory.
Nick Simons, our CTO, says: ‘You know it’s a Saffron course because it focuses on the everyday choices that learners make at work. That principle aligns perfectly with the Ministry of Justice guidelines on the Act: “the training ought to achieve its objective of ensuring that those participating in it develop a firm understanding of what the relevant policies and procedures mean in practice for them.”‘
The course can be customised quickly and easily to include details specific to an organisation if appropriate. Saffron has also created a range of packages to cater to the differing needs and environments of large corporates, mid-sized companies and small- and medium-sized enterprises.