All organisations need to put in place certain controls and practices to ensure their business is not used for money laundering. Aside from this, all employees should be trained in how to spot and avoid situations where money laundering could occur. This Anti-Money Laundering e-learning course focuses on the importance of complying with anti-money laundering regulations.
In this e-learning course, users will learn how to recognise and effectively deal with attempts at money laundering when it occurs. Learners will understand the minimum checks, controls and procedures that organisations are expected to have in place and how they can ensure compliance with relevant regulations.
Bribery and Corruption
Compliance training helps to ensure that employees are adhering to the regulations and laws required of them and that their actions do not put the organisation they are representing in a difficult or even illegal position. Failure to comply with legislation can result in hefty fines and even imprisonment. The Bribery Act 2010 is very powerful UK legislation put in place to ensure individuals and organisations comply with four key laws related to bribery. These are:
- Receiving a bribe
- Bribing a foreign official; and
- Failing to prevent bribery
Bullying and Harassment
Sometimes it’s easy to spot direct forms of bullying and harassment such as rude gestures, offensive remarks, hostile glares, excluding people or giving them the silent treatment. However, it’s often very subtle and can involve things like spreading malicious rumours, making unrealistic demands, assigning demeaning tasks, or denying someone opportunities for training or promotion. It’s also now common for bullying and harassment to take place through email, texts social media and messaging apps.Bullying and harassment in the workplace can impact on performance and productivity through low morale, and in some cases, it can lead to costly legal action and reputational damage. This e-learning course helps learners appreciate and understand harassment and bullying and how to report and deal with it. It also describes the role of a manager in managing bullying and helping to ensure it does not occur in the first place.
When businesses compete, consumers get better service at a better price. The goal of competition law, therefore, is to protect consumers by making sure businesses are competing with each other.
Competition law is broken when parties remove the element of uncertainty, which should normally exist between competitors, and replace it with certainty.
Competition law is concerned with two main areas:
- anti-competitive agreements
- the abuse of a dominant position.
Conduct risk is about ensuring customers are treated fairly and that any risks to market integrity is mitigated. This e-learning course covers the key conduct risk regulation responsibilities faced by organisations and their employees.
use of this conduct risk e-learning to train your employees will help form a
key part of your customer centric strategy and help sure you meet compliance
Data Protection Impact Assessment
A Data Protection Impact Assessment is a way of analysing how data is processed to help identify and minimise any data protection risks.
DPIAs are a legal requirement for processing that is likely to be high risk, but an effective DPIA can also bring broader compliance, financial and reputational benefits. It can help you demonstrate accountability and build trust and engagement with individuals.
Data Protection Impact Assessments are often used on a project basis which may focus on a particular part of a business, or a new process. The basic procedure can be adapted for large or small projects and they should be used as an ongoing method which reviews the risks from data processing.
In this e-learning course, you users will learn the importance of a Data Protection Impact Assessment and how to apply it from start to finish. This will include; establishing what data is being processed and how, identifying the potential risks, the important questions that should be asked and how to implement measures to reduce these risks.
The e-learning provides a structured approach to carrying out Data Impact Assessments and a complete DPIA template for use in the workplace.
Equality and Diversity
Compliance training helps to ensure that employees are adhering to the regulations and laws required of them and that their actions do not put the organisation they are representing in a difficult or even illegal position. Failure to comply with legislation can result in hefty fines and even imprisonment. The Equality Act 2010 is the main piece of UK legislation put in place to protect individuals from discrimination and to promote equality in the workplace.This equality and diversity e-learning course helps explain the protections for people under the law, but further than this, it sets out why it is important that everyone is included, how we should respond to specific situations and the benefits of a diverse workforce. The aim is to help develop a culture of diversity where everyone is respected, supported and treated equally.
Financial Crime Essentials
Financial Crime involves illegal acts committed by individuals or groups of people to obtain a financial or professional advantage. This type of crime has become big business for criminals who have a variety of different methods of generating illegal income.
This Financial Crime Essentials e-learning course
focuses on raising awareness of the different types of financial crimes, how
they are perpetrated and what this can mean for individuals and organisations.
It also looks at the individual’s responsibilities regarding financial crime,
the due diligence they should perform, spotting warning signs and reporting
Learners will become more aware of the dangers and what actions organisations and individuals can take to make sure they do not become victims of financial crime.
General Data Protection Regulation
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the EU legislation put in place to protect people’s personal information. Its aims are simple – to ensure that data held about individuals is used fairly and lawfully. For example, most of us don’t want to be plagued with unwanted junk mail, e mails or telephone calls. There is also a risk that our information could be used for criminal purposes if it gets into the wrong hands. Sometimes the information that is held about us can be wrong.
There are probably many other potential problems
that you can think of so you will understand why our information needs to be
protected. In this course, your participants will learn the data protection
principles and the simple steps organisations and individuals can take to make
sure they comply with them.
General Data Protection Regulation for Managers
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the EU legislation put in place to protect people’s personal information. Its aims are simple – to ensure that data held about individuals is used fairly and lawfully. Data protection regulations apply to processing carried out by organisations operating within the EU, and also to organisations outside the EU which offer goods or services to individuals in the EU.
everyone within an organisation should be aware of and follow the GDPR
regulations, people in more senior rules have an important role to play. This
requires an in-depth understanding of the data regulations and the ability to
identify where breaches may be taking place and to help ensure any gaps are
great reference tool for those with responsibility for GDPR, this
e-learning course provides the learner with an in-depth understanding of GDPR,
giving clarity around what is needed to ensure compliance, as well as providing
support material to guide the organisation through the compliance process.
this e-learning, your learners will be taken through General Data Protection
Regulations step-by-step, ensuring they have a full understanding of what is
required of the organisation, themselves and the people that work for them.
Information Security for Managers
Compliance training is critical for individuals and the organisations they represent. It helps to ensure that employees follow governance and regulations that apply to their job responsibilities. This helps protect both the individual and the organisation from costly mistakes that could result in fines or bad publicity.
This Information Security for Managers e-learning course focuses on ensuring data is secure from unauthorised use and that information stored on IT systems is safe from potential misuse.
In this course, your participants will learn the information security principles and the simple steps organisations and individuals can take to make sure the confidential data they store is safe and secure from attack.
Information Security Suite
Employees can be the biggest information security weakness to an organisation. It’s critical that employees are educated in the risks that cyber security threats pose to them and their business and that they know how to safely use the tools and information that is available to them.
This Information Security Suite is a collection of e-learning modules aimed at the most important elements of a safe approach to cyber security. The modules cover…
- Protection from Malware
- Social Engineering
- Surfing the Web
- Phishing Emails
- Social Networking
- Mobile Devices
Each learning module covers the topic in full and provides an individual assessment, so you can gather ‘sign-off’ for your learner’s completion of every topic.
This e-learning aims to raise awareness of information security, providing guidance and information that will help ensure your organisation and its employees avoid the potential pitfalls of poor cyber security practices.
This e-learning would be a great addition to Induction processes and where you need to provide policy understanding and sign-off throughout the business.
The Market Abuse Regulations prohibit insider dealing and unlawful disclosure of inside information, and market manipulation. This compliance e-learning for market abuse is critical for individuals and the organisations they represent. It helps protect them from costly mistakes that could result in fines or even imprisonment.
Market Abuse e-learning course focuses on this important regulation and helps
ensure costly mistakes related to investing in stocks and shares are avoided.
Modern slavery is the illegal exploitation of people for personal or commercial gain. Victims are trapped in servitude, which they were deceived or coerced into, and cannot leave.
There are victims of modern slavery and human trafficking across the UK and their plight often goes by unnoticed or with people simply not appreciating that this could be happening. There is no typical victim of slavery. Victims can be men, women and children of all ages, and cut across the population. But they are most often the most vulnerable in society.In order to combat modern slavery, the Modern Slavery Act came into force in 2015. Its aim is to combat slavery while consolidating existing laws.
Treating Customers Fairly
The fair treatment of customers is required by any firm that is regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). It also makes good business sense to be fair to the people you serve. This Treating Customers Fairly e-learning course focuses on ensuring awareness, understanding and compliance of the six core consumer outcomes expected from the FCA.
e-learning aligns with FCA guidelines and demonstrates the importance of being
transparent when dealing with customers, not misleading them in order to make a
sale and ensuring they have all the information they require to make an
Employers have an obligation to provide an open and transparent workplace, where employees feel safe to speak up on issues they are concerned about. It is good practice to develop a clear whistleblowing procedure that all employees are aware of and understand. This will ensure employees feel safe to blow the whistle on issues that are in the public interest.This whistleblowing e-learning course focuses on how employees are protected by whistleblowing law when they are doing it for the right reasons, and why whistleblowing is important to both them and the organisation. There is also an emphasis on ensuring whistleblowing standards are set and followed with the aim of creating an open and supportive culture.