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Corruption Prevention Course for Managers

Three day-long courses at the University of Sydney which aim to raise participant’s awareness of the issue of corruption and corruption risk, equip them with a basic knowledge of the principles of corruption prevention, and the practical steps that they can take.

Corruption Prevention Course for Managers

The University of Sydney

 Target Audience: managers and supervisors from all sectors, but is also relevant to anyone interested in the topic of corruption and corruption-prevention, and are seeking a better understanding of the dynamics behind it and how to prevent it. There are no pre-requisite knowledge or skills for attendance.

 Upon successful completion of this corruption prevention course participants will be able to:

  • Define corruption and determine the types of conduct that may constitute corrupt behaviour.
  • Identify when a conflict of interest is present and how to manage it.
  • Understand the various factors that allow, encourage or cause corrupt behaviour.
  • Recognise the warning signs and red-flags that signal the presence of potential corruption.
  • Discuss the principles of corruption prevention, and their role in it.
  • Identify specific steps that can be taken within their organisation to better manage corruption risk.

 For more information, click here or visit https://cce.sydney.edu.au/course/CORR.


05 Jun 2015



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