ISO 37001:2016 is an international standard for Anti-Bribery Management System. Organisations have a duty to proactively contribute to preventing bribery. An Anti-Bribery Management System, which the ISO 37001:2016 standard intended to provide, and through leadership assurance to establishing a culture of integrity, transparency, openness, and compliance an organisation can achieve to prevent bribery.
Who Should Attend?
This course is valuable to learners planning to complete other Anti-Bribery Management Systems based training courses and should be useful as an introduction for anyone involved in the development, implementation and management of an Anti-Bribery Management Systems such as an internal auditor.
By the end of the course, the learner will be able to:
• understand the historical background of ISO 37001:2016
• gain an introduction to the basic framework and structure of an ABMS based on the ISO 37001:2016 standard
• understand how to identify corruption risks which are relevant for your organization
• understand how to effectively design and implement anti-bribery policies and processes
• learn to plan and execute an audit to verify conformity with the ISO 37001 standard
• develop auditing skills and boost anti-bribery knowledge
1. Explain the background, structure and intent of ISO 37001:2016
2. The fundamental principles of an ABMS
3. An overview of ISO 37001 its structure and clauses
4. Corporate governance, best practice, and consequences Identify the key concepts of bribery
5. Interpret the requirements for ‘adequate procedures’ contained within ISO 37001:2016
6. Explain how anti-bribery management fits into your organization
7. Demonstrate the business benefits of implementing an effective ABMS
8. Describe the Plan-Do-Check-Act management system approach and how it relates to ISO 37001:2016.
• Will ensure that staff are fully educated on what bribery is, the different forms it can take, the implications of committing bribery and how an offence can be reported
• Compliance with anti-bribery and anti-corruption laws.
• Creates a culture of integrity
• Certificate of competence.
• Certificate of attendance.
• If applicable, there will be an assessment at the end of the course.
• Delegates have to complete the assessment with a minimum score of 60% to receive a certificate of competence.
• Delegates who score between 40% and 59% will get a second attempt at the assessment.
• Delegates who score lower than 40% or fail the second attempt, will need to repurchase the course.
• Delegates will receive an attendance certificate regardless of a pass or fail.