The Global Infrastructure Anti-Corruption Centre (GIACC) has on 1st September 2009 published an on-line anti-corruption training module: “Identifying and avoiding corruption in the infrastructure sector”.
The module is designed to help users:
· achieve a better understanding of corruption in the infrastructure sector
· avoid corruption
· identify corruption
· deal with corruption appropriately if confronted with it.
There is no charge for the use of the module.
The module can be used by individuals, and also by professional institutions and organisations as part of their formal training for their members and employees. It is aimed primarily at middle and senior management, particularly those involved in procurement, tendering, sales and marketing, design, project management, claims management, commercial management, financial management, legal, compliance, and internal audit.
This training can be used by organisations and individuals wherever they are located or working as, although the law will vary between jurisdictions, the module covers general principles and examples which have worldwide applicability.
The module is designed to be undertaken by individuals working by themselves on-line. However, an organisation could project the web-pages onto a screen, and use the whole or part of the module as part of a training workshop.
Upon completion of the module, you can type your name into a box on the certificate web-page, and you then can print out a GIACC certificate of completion of the course which includes your name and date of completion. GIACC does not retain any record of these names. This certificate can be given to your employer or professional institution as proof of completing the module.
For further information, and to access the module, go to: