About this course
The content for this Australian Fraud and Corruption Awareness program has been developed by Hybis Consulting. Topics covered in the employees module include:
Explores the user's perception of honesty, bending the rules and motivation and willingness to commit fraud.
Covers red flag activities, recognising concerns, behavioural changes and effective controls and procedures.
Bribery and corruption
Deals with gifts, benefits & hospitality, bribery of public officials, corruption laws in foreign countries, the consequences of bribery and effective controls and procedures.
Company policy & reporting concerns
What employees should do if they believe fraudulent or corrupt activity is taking place.
Fraud and Corruption Awareness training features:
- Animated scenarios for all key concepts
- Interactive training activities
- Glossary links provide quick access to detailed explanations and technical terms
- Red flags, checklists and take note content highlight devices provide emphasis on key concepts.
Fraud and Corruption Awareness has been developed using our dynamic and responsive training interface, ensuring our training content is adaptable to your needs and usable across desktop and mobile devices.
Click on the Play button to view one of the many animations featured in this training program.
Unacceptable behaviour (grey area)
- Conflicts of interest
Nearly everyone bends some rules, some of the time. How far you bend them defines whether you stay within the bounds of acceptable behaviour or move into unacceptable behaviour. There is a grey area between acceptable behaviour and unacceptable behaviour, the acceptance of gifts, services and hospitality can leave our company vulnerable to accusations of unfairness, partiality or deceit, or even unlawful conduct. In principle, you should not accept gifts, benefits or hospitality from any person or organisation that could benefit by influencing you.
There is a fine line between unacceptable and fraudulent behaviour, for example a person's perception of what is acceptable and unacceptable may differ markedly from that of the Australian Tax Office, the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service or an Insurance Company.
If the amounts of omitted tax, under-declared goods or items on an insurance claim were significant this behaviour could be viewed as potentially fraudulent, and when caught that person may be subject to civil and criminal penalties.
Similarly, a person's perception of what is acceptable, unacceptable or fraudulent may differ from that of our company. It is important to clarify the difference.
All programs may be customised to meet any specific requirements you may have. We offer many customisations as standard, these include:
- The inclusion of company contacts into the training content. e.g. Legal or management contacts
- Inserting relevant company policies into the content and the option to include an 'I have read...' acknowledgement checkbox
- Specifying the number of quick quiz, case studies and test questions
- Custom enrolment and reminder emails
Training administration and support
ComplianceNet manages your online training administration process and provide phone and email user 'Help Desk' support.
Our services include enrolment and reminder emails to users, suppling user reports to training administrators at agreed intervals and scheduling and managing refresher training requirements ensuring that all employees keep up-to-date with their compliance training requirements.
At a glance
Content customisation: Client content can be included
Company policies: Company policies and 'I have read' acknowledgements may be incorporated
Assessment: Randomised assessment questions
Certificate: Selfserve Certificate of Completion
Designed for: Managers, employees and contractors
Duration: 40 minutes - 1 hour
Recommended frequency: Every 2 years
Mobile ready: Yes, optimised for desktop and mobile devices