Our library of microlearning courses covers key compliance topics from bribery, financial crime, GDPR, health and safety to modern slavery.
Companies in a dominant economic position can be penalised heavily if they are found to be abusing their market power to impose unfair prices or hurt their competitors.
This module explains what constitutes dominance and what restrictions apply to dominant companies.
Abuse of position is a type of fraud that employees can commit, sometimes inadvertently, when they use their position at the Company for their personal gain.
It is a criminal offence that can result in a prison sentence. Learn how to avoid this offence and how to manage any conflicts of interest you may have.
Any agreement between companies to restrict market competition is a criminal offence. And agreements don't have to be explicitly in writing, even a casual chat can lead to perceptions of anti-competitive behaviour.
This module will help your staff learn how to avoid breaching competition law.
Diligence in hiring new employees is no longer limited to education, experience and references.
You need to be aware of the potential for bribery, corruption and other crimes.
This module will help your employees understand how to comply with these requirements.
Terrorism is a huge risk that we face in the world today and like other human activities, it requires funding.
Countering this financing can contribute greatly to reducing terrorist activity. Learn how you can contribute by spotting and reporting signs of terrorist financing.
Customer Due diligence is a legal requirement and plays a vital role in protecting our company. It is your responsibility to understand and be aware of it even if you're not responsible for it yourself.
This module explains the process of due diligence and red flags that you must report.
Display screen equipment, or DSE, has become such an integral part of our working lives that it is easy to forget that it can pose a risk to our health.
This module teaches your staff how to prevent ill health when regularly using DSE.
Gifts and hospitality play an important role in doing business, but used inappropriately they can lead to conflicts of interest or accusations of bribery.
This module explains how to avoid falling foul of company policy and the law.
Homeworking is a type of flexible working that covers a range of agreements.
This module will help your managers understand and comply with the laws and regulations relating to working from home.
Person Discharging Managerial Responsibilities regularly have access to inside information.
This module will help your PDMRs understand the scope of dealing rules, exempt transactions and the consequences of dealing during prohibited periods.
The UK government has issued official guidance for working safely in offices in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.
This module explains the measures and controls needed to help plan and manage employees return to work.
There are two key laws that make it harder for people with no right to work in the UK to gain or retain employment.
This module will help your staff to understand these laws and the checks that are needed to stay compliant.
It is your legal duty to report any knowledge or suspicion of financial crime. If you have reasonable grounds for suspicion but do not report it, you would are in breach of the law.
This module will teach your staff what suspicions to report to comply with the law.
Due diligence plays a vital role in protecting our company. It is your responsibility to understand and be aware of the due diligence conducted on third parties even if you're not responsible for it yourself.
This module explains the five-step process for conducting third-party due diligence.
Tipping off a person about a money laundering or terrorist financing investigation is a criminal offence.
Complying with this law may result in delaying suspicious transactions without telling the customer why.
Learn how to handle difficult situations and stay on the right side of the law.
Small facilitation payments made to officials for expediting a permit or approval might seem innocuous but they are illegal and could land you in prison.
This module explains how to stay vigilant and resist facilitation payments and also conditions in which you may pay.
Working from home doesn't change workplace rights and responsibilities.
This module will help your homeworkers to set up their environment, protect data, stay in touch and safeguard their health, safety and wellbeing.