No child should suffer abuse of any kind. People who work with children must understand their responsibilities for child protection and safeguarding.

They must be able to recognise the signs, report and record their concerns and respond appropriately to children who disclose their situation to them.

Clear information on recognition, reporting and recording is augmented with scenarios that help learners explore what to do in a variety of situations.

Welcome to the Safeguarding module.

  • It explains what safeguarding adults involves, different types of abuse, and how to recognise the signs of abuse.
  • You'll look at what you should do if you are concerned that an adult is being or has been abused or neglected.

Discover the impact of money laundering on business, explore the key terms and elements of Money Laundering Regulations and learn how to recognise the risks of money laundering and avoid unknowingly breaking the law.

  • Do you know how the UK's Money Laundering Regulations affect the way you operate in business?
  • Do you know what the offences of money laundering are?

You may have thought that slavery was something you only saw in the history books, but sadly that's far from the truth. Slavery is still found in every country around the world – including the UK.

Every large company has a responsibility to publish a statement about what it is doing to prevent modern slavery in it's business and supply chain. This means that any small organisation supplying larger ones and government organisations is likely to have to do the same to maintain it's business.

This course will help your workforce understand how to spot and report signs of modern slavery so that your organisation can fulfil a positive role in preventing this illegal and morally unacceptable practice.

Find out what the General Data Protection Regulation does, what personal data is, and familiarise yourself with some of the GDPR’s key terms, definitions and scope.

What are your rights and responsibilities with regard to the Data Protection Act? Find out how to process personal and sensitive data without breaching the Act and raise your awareness of the consequences of non-compliance.

Information is a business asset like any other. It has a value and must be protected. This course covers the essential working practices and guidelines to help you work with information safely and confidently.

  • Do you know the laws that govern how you use information?
  • Do you know how to set a secure password?
  • Do you know what keeping information secure really means?

Find out what the General Data Protection Regulation does, what personal data is, and familiarise yourself with some of the GDPR’s key terms, definitions and scope.

  • Describe the offences under the Proceeds of Crime Act, Terrorism Act and Money Laundering Regulations
  • Recognise the risks of money laundering in business
  • Recognise when enhanced due diligence is necessary
  • Know how to report suspicious activity
  • Be able to describe the four offences under the Bribery Act 2010 and the activities it applies to
  • Recognise the risks of bribery in business
  • Be able to identify instances of bribery and differentiate between hospitality and bribes
  • Follow a defined process to handle facilitation payment demands
  • Understand the criteria for adequate procedures to ensure compliance
  • Understand the implications of Bribery on others and the society at large
  • Be able to describe the four offences under the Bribery Act 2010 and the activities it applies to
  • Recognise the risks of bribery in business
  • Be able to identify instances of bribery and differentiate between hospitality and bribes
  • Follow a defined process to handle facilitation payment demands
  • Understand the criteria for adequate procedures to ensure compliance
  • Understand the implications of Bribery on others and the society at large
  • Be able to describe the four offences under the Bribery Act 2010 and the activities it applies to
  • Recognise the risks of bribery in business
  • Be able to identify instances of bribery and differentiate between hospitality and bribes
  • Follow a defined process to handle facilitation payment demands
  • Understand the criteria for adequate procedures to ensure compliance
  • Understand the implications of Bribery on others and the society at large
  • Be able to describe the purpose of the Data Protection Act
  • Understand the meanings of “personal data” and “data processing”
  • Understand the individual’s rights with respect to personal data and its processing
  • Know how an individual can make a ”subject access” request
  • Accept the Act Regulations when dealing with data and the consequences of breaching them
  • Accept the DPA’s 8 guiding principles
  • Understand the legislation which applies to different aspects of equality and diversity
  • Understand the meanings of equality and diversity and their differences
  • Understand the difference between indirect and direct discrimination, victimisation and harassment
  • Adopt the correct approach to your recruitment and promotion strategy
  • Appreciate the impact of language and attitude on your working relationships and how to ensure the appropriate approach