The ISO 19600 and ISO 37001 standards training
ISO 19600 (2014) is a standard that provides useful guidelines for a variety of compliance needs including anti-bribery, anti-money laundering, export control, etc….
In contrast, ISO 37001 (2016) is a standard consistent with ISO 19600 but strictly devoted to Anti-Bribery Management Systems
Trainings will provide participants with the ability to build or audit a compliance program according to both the ISO 19600 and ISO 37001 standards.
Participants’ profiles and modules
The session is designed to help compliance officers, independent auditors, lawyers and consultants better understand the standards’ requirements. Training will last a maximum of five days with several modules available to participants according to their needs.
The first module (days 1 to 3) is intended for compliance officers and in-house counsel; it will cover the understanding and prevention of corruption risks according to international legal frameworks and best practices, will assess the structure and scope of ISO 19600 and ISO 37001 and will detail the ISO 37001 requirements.
The second module (days 1 to 4) is intended for independent auditors, lawyers and consultants wishing to be accredited to certify ISO 37001. In addition of covering module 1’s material, participants will learn about certifying ISO 37001 by reviewing audit’s best practices and business case workshops.
The third and last module (days 1 to 5) is intended for any qualified individual who wishes to learn more about ETHIC Intelligence tools - such as the Risk Assessment Compliance Benchmark and the Gap Analysis - and certification methodology.
No legal background is needed to attend the session but experience in management is recommended. At the end of the training, participants will receive the presentations, the ISO 19600 and ISO 37001 standards and an attendance certificate.