The following training offers were compiled by the Ethics Institute of South Africa (Ethics SA). They provide an overview on the various levels, on which a company or a network of companies could undergo training to improve its and their performance(s) in anti-corruption and ethical behavior.
Code of Ethics Writing Workshop
The training to write a code of conduct, introduced in the Code of Ethics Writing Workshop, gives managers a sufficient insight to prepare the basis for companies’ anti-corruption management. By having this policy in place, implementation and concrete steps can follow immediately.
Ethics Officer Certification Programme
In the Ethics Officer Certification Programme, programme managers, who will be in charge of anti-corruption and ethics in a company, will learn how to communicate and interpret organisational ethical standards and how to build an ethical culture in a company.
Ethical Decision Making and Conflict Resolution
The course Ethical Decision Making and Conflict Resolution is a course for managers in companies where there is a need to find effective solutions for conflicts in the workplace. These are often related to conflicting values in the organisation. The course instills a sound ethical reasoning process and an encompassing understanding of common values in companies.
In-house Courses are mainly tailored for groups of company representatives and reviews anti-corruption from different perspectives. These courses include training of board members, staff sensitisation, and how a company could become a champion in combating corruption using real-life case studies and practical discussions.
Pre-Employment Screening is one day course which imparts insights into assessing the integrity of employees before hiring them. To avoid internal fraud, corruption and theft the course introduces a seven step programme for effective pre-employment screening.
The Value-Based Leadership course is addressed at directors, executives, senior managers etc. It focuses on ethics, risk management strategies and corporate governance, within the framework of national and international regularity systems and future trends.
In the Whistle-Blowing course participants learn about the activity as an essential component of an organisational ethics management programme. Participants are also introduced to cultural barriers concerning whistle-blowing and options on when and how whistle-blowing should be practiced.