The Bribery Act 2010 applies to all UK businesses operating in the UK and abroad. It also applies to foreign businesses operating in the UK. It is a key piece of legislation and affects any organisation where a risk of bribery exists. Therefore, these Bribery Act 2010 Training Course Materials are relevant to all businesses.
It is also useful to note that the content can be adapted for general bribery awareness training purposes, where references to the UK Act can be removed and adapted.
Training course contents:
As well as the usual contents of Trainer Bubble Training Packs, you will also receive the following: Anti Bribery Policy, Bribery Act 2010 Guidance, Bribery Act 2010 Quick Start Guide
Samples of training course materials
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These short Bribery Act 2010 training course materials cover the key points of the Bribery Act 2010 and what businesses need to do to comply with it. It is intended for managers and employees who may be involved with potential and existing customers and suppliers where any risk of bribery and corruption exists.
The core content of these Bribery Act 2010 training course materials is:
Background to the Bribery Bribery Act 2010 – A brief explanation of the purpose of the act and what it covers. This section includes discussion activities to enable participants to understand what bribery is.
The Sporting Event and The Vineyard – These two activities enable participants to consider whether offering hospitality to clients and prospective clients amounts to bribery.
Facilitation Payments – In this question and answer session participants learn what facilitation payments are and whether these are legal.
Complying with the Bribery Act – six principles – Learners are introduced to the six principles for businesses to follow, suggested in the Ministry of Justice, Bribery Act 2010, Quick Start Guide
Anti Bribery Policy – Learners are told that there is a zero tolerance policy towards bribery. A sample Anti Bribery Policy is included in the course pack. However, we recommend developing a policy of your own to meet the specific needs of your business if you have not already done this.
Summary Activity – A short activity to encourage learners to summarise the key points from this training.
At the end of this Bribery Act 2010 training course your participants will be able to:
- Recognise the potential offences contained in the Bribery Act 2010
- Comply with a zero tolerance approach to bribery and corruption