Foundations of Avoiding Fraud and Corruption in the Workplacee
This course gives you an overview of the legal and ethical issues relating to fraud and corruption that employees should be aware of. Studying this course may be a good option if:
- You want to learn about your rights and responsibilities regarding the prevention of fraud and corruption in the workplace.
- You work in finance or HR, and you want to learn the basic principles of how to avoid fraud and corruption in the workplace.
This is a non-accredited Short Learning Programme.
- Overview of International Anti-Bribery Legislation
- Preventing Fraud in the Workplace
- Whistle-blowing and the Law: Know Your Rights!
Students will be required to complete an online assessment. Upon completion of this course, students will be awarded an Oxbridge Academy Skills Certificate: Foundations of Avoiding Fraud and Corruption in the Workplace from Oxbridge Academy.
This is an online (e-learning) course. To complete this course, students require access to the internet.
Are you an employer?
Contact us via email@example.com for corporate enrolments of groups of 10 or more students.
Course Price (Excl. Reg Fee):
R 300.00 X 3 months
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Basic internet and computing skills are required to complete an online course. These include the following:
- Using a browser
- Downloading a free browser from the internet
- Downloading a browser plug-in, such as a video player
- Posting to a discussion forum/board
- Downloading and saving a file to your computer
- Uploading a file by browsing your computer to locate a file
- Entering your responses in a web form, such as in the case of an online quiz
- Sending emails to your tutor/instructor or peers
- Additional skills may be required for certain courses.
“I am extremely impressed with the way Oxbridge Academy presented this course. The ease that I was able to complete this online course in my own time and at my own pace was brilliant. The amount of information put into this short online course was excellent. I do not have sufficient time to attend courses etc. but I do like to do online courses to keep myself up to date and to remind myself of things to help me improve as a person and as a manager.
I did achieve this with this course and I will be registering for additional courses in the future with Oxbridge.”