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Topics Covered
  • Overview
  • Introducing the UK Bribery Act
  • The need for the Act
  • How does the bribery Act affect you?
  • Bribing - Section 1
  • Receiving bribes - Sections 2
  • Bribing a foreign public official -
    Section 6
  • Failure of a commercial organisation to prevent bribery - Section 7
  • Assessment

Bribery Act 2010

This online course ensures directors, managers and employees in your organisation are aware of, and understand, the UK Bribery Act 2010 and the importance of conducting business in a non-corrupt way.

The approximate duration of this training is 90 minutes.

Who is it for?

Anyone working for a company, partnership or other commercial organisation that carries out all or part of its business in the UK. Companies failing to prevent bribery will face a possible unlimited fine, while directors and employees could also face possible jail sentences.

When do I get my certificate?

When you have successfully passed the course you will be able to download and print your certificate straight away.

As this course has been accredited by the CPD Certification Service, your certificate will contain the CPD logo and can be used to provide evidence for compliance.

What does the course cover?

The course contains the following 7 topics and includes an assessment:

Introducing the UK Bribery Act

  • The potential companies and individuals have to commit bribery offences.
  • The main sections of the Act.

The need for the Act

  • The purpose of the Act.
  • How the Act is part of an international effort to tackle bribery in both commercial and non-commercial organisations.
  • The key provisions in the Act.

How does the Bribery Act affect you?

  • Who can commit the offences of bribery and receiving a bribe.
  • How and where an offence can be committed.

Bribing – Section 1

  • Bribing - the first of the three offences that an individual can be prosecuted for.

Accepting a bribe – Section 2

  • How the offence is being committed if you accept a bribe intending that a relevant function or activity will be performed improperly as a result of the bribe being paid.

Bribing a foreign public official – Section 6

  • Who the Act considers to be a foreign public official.
  • An explanation of the offence.
  • The situations where payments or payments in kind would not be considered to be bribes.

Failure of an organisation to prevent bribery – Section 7

  • Who the Act considers to be a foreign public official.
  • An explanation of the offence.
  • Situations where payments or payments in kind would not be considered to be bribes.
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