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Length: 2 day(s)
Price (at your venue): 1 Person R 8,150.00 EX VAT 3 Person R 6,453.04 EX VAT 10 Person R 4,713.75 EX VAT
Certification Type:NON Accredited
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ETHICS AND FRAUD TRAINING
Address the Rise of Fraud and Unethical Behavior in Organizations. In recent times, instances of fraud and corruption within organizations have been on the rise. The question arises – do we actively participate in such behavior or turn a blind eye to it? Organizations aspire to attract employees with strong ethical values who can resist engaging in fraudulent activities. However, achieving this ideal is not always the case. People come from diverse backgrounds and possess varying drivers, morals, and values.
Ethics and corruption stand at opposing ends of the spectrum. The purpose of this program is to elevate moral standards as a means to counter potential or existing corruption within the workplace. The central focus of this initiative is on promoting ethics, rather than solely concentrating on corporate governance.
Unethical conduct within organizations poses a significant risk. Ethical behavior is about maintaining consistency in actions and decisions. This program aims to instill and uphold ethical principles as a foundation for promoting a more trustworthy and responsible work environment.
Non Accredited as a Stand Alone Course
This unit standard is not offered as an accredited course in isolation- it is either offered as a non-accredited course or as part of:
Upon successful completion of this course you will have acquired a working knowledge of organizational ethics and have developed your skills in the following areas:
Module 1: The Concept of Ethics in Relation to the ‘Moral Compass’
- Understanding the Components of the ‘Moral Compass’:
- Individual vs. Collective Perspectives
- Behavior vs. Outcome Considerations
- Morality’s Impact on the Organization
- Accountability in Ethical Decision-Making
- Identifying Team Members’ Positions on the ‘Moral Compass’
- Exploring the Relationship between Ethics and the Constitution:
- Balancing Group and Individual Rights and Responsibilities
Module 2: The Role of a Code of Conduct in a Work Environment According to Ethical Principles
- Defining and Explaining the Code of Conduct’s Significance
- Comparing the Code of Conduct to Constitutional Principles and the ‘Moral Compass’
Module 3: Upholding the Code of Conduct within the Work Team
- Addressing Potential Conflicts Between Personal Value Systems and Organizational Codes of Conduct
- Understanding the Consequences of Non-Compliance:
- Identifying Misconduct and its Ramifications
- Applying Aspects of the Code of Conduct in Real-World Situations
- Recognizing Examples of Deviations from the Code of Conduct:
- Detecting Fraud and Staff Pilferage
- Taking Remedial Action to Address Unethical Conduct in Business Units
- Emphasizing the Importance of Reporting Deviations
- Cultivating a Commitment Plan for Personal Accountability in Upholding the Code of Conduct.
Who should attend
This course is aimed at individuals who are seeking to improve their general management skills.
Material covers Unit Standard 242815: Apply the organisation’s code of conduct in a work environment, NQF Level 04, worth 5 Credits
Big South African Food Manufacturer -Delegate 1
‘I was personally refreshed on my rights as an employee, consumer and human. I now know what ethics are. The best thing about this course was the integration of business principles and ethics into our daily lives.’
Big South African Food Manufacturer -Delegate 2
‘The benefits of this course were learning about the entire scope of business ethics. The overall understanding of the topic and the effects thereof to any business. What went well for me were the effects of the info given with regards to the legal aspects which I wasn’t aware of. ‘