Anti-Corruption Certification

To get certified

ISO 37001 standards training

The ISO 37001 standard on Anti-Bribery Management Systems is a certifiable standard which consists of a set of requirements developed to help organizations detect and prevent bribery. 

The training session will provide participants with the ability to develop or audit an anti-bribery management system according to the ISO 37001 standard.

Who should attend?

The session is designed to help anyone with responsibility for anti-bribery management, ethical behavior, corporate governance, risk and compliance, management systems, anti-bribery measures, human resources, security personnel, procurement, independent auditors, lawyers and consultants better understand the standard's requirements.

Training will last a maximum of three days with two modules available to participants according to their needs:

  • First module (day 1 to 2) is intended for compliance officers and in-house counsel; it will cover understanding and preventing corruption risks according to the international legal framework and best practices, assess the structure and scope of ISO 37001 as well as detail the requirements.
  • Second module (day 1 to 3) is intended for professionals interested in learning how to audit the ISO 37001 Anti-Bribery Management Systems standard. In addition to the content of Module 1, participants will learn how to audit an anti-corruption compliance management system within an organization and apply the methods and tools in corruption prevention and compliance systems developed by ETHIC Intelligence.

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Key Objectives

  • Learn how to plan, implement, monitor and improve an Anti-Bribery Management System
  • Interpret the requirements of ISO 37001 from an implementation perspective in the context of your organization
  • Identify focus areas for the Anti-Bribery Management System
  • Recognize the threat of bribery within the context of your organization
  • OPTIONAL Day 3 - Learn more about the ISO 37001 Certification & Audit Process