GIACC provides the following free of charge anti-corruption training resources:
GIACC can also provide, upon request, anti-corruption training workshops. A fee will normally be charged for these workshops.
These training resources focus on corruption in the infrastructure sector, but the principles described are applicable to all sectors.
See below for details.
This Short Module is designed to give a brief overview of corruption and of the importance of avoiding any involvement in corruption.
It takes between 20 to 30 minutes to complete. A certificate of completion can be printed at the end. It is free of charge.
The Short Module can be taken by individuals who are interested in learning more about corruption in the infrastructure sector. Professional institutions and organisations can also require their members and personnel to take the Short Module as part of their formal training requirements.
This Comprehensive Module provides a more detailed training than that provided by the above Short Module.
It takes between one to two hours to complete. A certificate of completion can be printed at the end. It is free of charge.
In addition to providing a more detailed explanation of corruption offences and liability than that provided by the Short Module, it also contains fourteen ethical dilemmas which a person could face while working in the infrastructure sector. The person doing the training should consider how she/he would deal with each dilemma, and then move on to the answer which provides advice.
The Comprehensive Module is aimed primarily at middle and senior management, particularly those involved in procurement, tendering, sales and marketing, design, project management, claims management, commercial management, financial management, legal, compliance, and internal audit.
The Comprehensive Module is available in seven languages.
For further information on the Comprehensive Module, and to commence the Module, go to the relevant language link below:
GIACC provides anti-corruption training workshops for the personnel of governments, law enforcement bodies, public sector and private sector organisations, and professional institutions.
Each workshop is normally 1.5 hours long, comprising 60 minutes of presentation, followed by 30 minutes questions and discussion. The timing can be adapted to suit the requirements of the training recipients.
The workshops will be provided live via on-line programmes, such as Zoom, Teams or equivalent.
There is no limit to the number of participants in each workshop, although smaller workshops can generate more discussion.
The workshops will be provided by Neill Stansbury, Co-founder and Director of GIACC.
The fee for each workshop will be $500 / €450 / £400.
Any one or more of the following workshops can be selected.
For further details of the workshops and their content, contact GIACC.
GIACC and Transparency International (UK) have published a free Anti-Corruption Training Manual. It is designed specifically for the infrastructure sector. The Manual aims to help users achieve a better understanding of corruption and how to avoid it.
It can be used by individuals and by organisations as part of their corporate training. It is free of charge.
The Manual is available in the following language versions.
See Training Guidance for guidance on how an organisation can implement anti-corruption training procedures for its relevant personnel and business associates.
ACET – Global Anti-Corruption Education and Training initiative has published “Ethicana” which is an anti-corruption film and supporting training materials.
Updated on 11th August 2023