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Disability Awareness

Overview

There are 10 million people registered disabled in the UK.  This group represents a significant proportion of the UK’s workforce and consumer community.  Inevitably some of your customers, suppliers, and colleagues may have disabilities.   This course takes a practical view of the Equality Act 2010 and the requirements of employers and service providers regarding the fair and equitable treatment of people with a disability.

What's covered?

Forms of disability
What is discrimination?
The laws that govern fair treatment of people
Team member responsibility
Reasonable adjustment
How to interact with people with disabilities
What is direct discrimination
Consequences of misconduct

Disability Awareness for Managers

Overview

In this course, the learner will learn about the fundamental principles involved in the recruitment and employment of individuals who are registered disabled. 

 

What's covered?

Manager responsibility
Recruiting someone with a disability
Disciplining someone with a disability
Recognising bullying and harassment

Anti-Bribery

Overview

The 2011 UK Bribery Act is a substantial law and is one of the most comprehensive and stringent anti-bribery legislations in the world. The Act is wide-ranging, covering both the public and private sectors, with extraterritorial reach. If challenged the burden of proof is with the organisation to demonstrate compliance to the law.

What's covered?

Scope of the Act and whom it applies
Anti-corruption measures to be deployed
The role of a compliance officer
Areas to be examined and addressed
Sources of suspicion
Advantages of a whistle blower policy
Principles of anti-corruption

Anti-Competition Law

Overview

Competition law ensures fair and honest competition for both consumers and businesses. The purpose is to prevent competition from being distorted or restricted by the actions of companies. This course complies with the guidelines promulgated by the Institute of Risk Management and the Competition & Markets Authority.

What's covered?

The company’s responsibility
Your personal responsibility
Business benefits of competition
Consequences of breaking the law
Types of anti-competitive behaviour
Managing risk

Modern Slavery

Overview

The Modern Slavery Act (2015) was a landmark bill introduced to address slavery and trafficking in the 21st century. This critical piece of legislation was the first of its kind in Europe.

What's covered?

Definition of Modern Slavery
Forms of Modern Slavery
Modern Slavery in the UK
How this affects business
Modern Slavery statement
Identifying Modern Slavery
Steps to take if Modern Slavery is suspected

Anti-Bullying and Harassment

Overview

Approximately one-fifth of all employees have experienced some form of bullying or harassment. Bullying and harassment is a severe problem in many workplaces which can lead to health problems and be the cause of low attendance. The learner will gain an understanding of the Equality Act 2010 and their liability regarding managing people and ensuring fair and equitable treatment in the workplace.

What's covered?

Definition of bullying and harassment
Groups most likely to be victims
Potential business impacts and human cost
Managerial responsibility
Types of bullying
Organisational, group and individual bullying

Anti-Money Laundering

Overview

Money laundering is a serious crime; participation in this crime can put your company in jeopardy and lead to imprisonment and hefty penalties. This course provides examples to alert you to suspicious activities and how to identify potential money laundering transactions.

What's covered?

Anti-money laundering measures
Who launders money and why
The three stages of money laundering
Your obligations
Identifying suspicious activity
Actions if money laundering is suspected

Anti-Bribery (Irish Law)

Overview

The Bribery Act is a substantial law and is one of the most comprehensive and stringent anti-bribery legislations in the world. The Act is wide-ranging, covering both the public and private sectors, with extraterritorial reach. If challenged the burden of proof is with the organisation to demonstrate compliance to the law.

What's covered?

Irish Legislation
Scope of the Act and whom it applies
Anti-corruption measures to be deployed
The role of a compliance officer
Areas to be examined and addressed
Sources of suspicion
Advantages of a whistle blower policy
Principles of anti-corruption

Disability Awareness (Irish Law)

Overview

Inevitably some of your customers, suppliers, and colleagues may have disabilities.   This course takes a practical view of the requirements of employers and service providers concerning the fair and equitable treatment of people with a disability.

What's covered?

Irish Legislation
Forms of disability
What is discrimination?
The laws that govern fair treatment of people
Team member responsibility
Reasonable adjustment
How to interact with people with disabilities
What is direct discrimination
Consequences of misconduct

Disability Awareness for Managers (Irish Law)

Overview

In this course, the learner will learn about the fundamental principles involved in the recruitment and employment of individuals who are registered disabled. 

What's covered?

Irish legislation
Manager responsibility
Recruiting someone with a disability
Disciplining someone with a disability
Recognising bullying and harassment

Forms

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Gross Misconduct
Reasonable adjustment assessment

Disciplinary Penalty Process

Covert surveillance justification
Whistle-blower
Misconduct reliability check
Miscounduct guidance for HR
Disciplinary Penalty
Recruitment process
Return to work

Potential Misconduct

Note: Workflows and there allocated training content and forms are continually growing.  Therefore the items listed may not be an exhaustive list. However, the content listed are correct at the time of publishing and does represent the minimum number of items preloaded.

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