Whistleblowing e-learning - less than 1,000 staff

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Summary

The CIPFA Counter Fraud Centre has worked with the leading whistleblowing charity, Public Concern at Work (PCaW) and Mazars, an audit, advisory, accounting and tax specialist to create an accessible, easy to navigate e-learning course on whistleblowing.

There are two courses available:

- One designed for local authorities

- One designed for charities.

Format

Online

Published

Jul 2015

Author

CIPFA Counter Fraud Centre / Public Concern at Work (PCaW) /Mazars

£1,100.00 excl VAT

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About the resources

This whistleblowing e-learning course is designed for use in organisations, to show staff how to raise and report concerns at work and to clarify ‘grey areas’ around processes, complaints and definitions. 

The course features high profile examples which bring the content to life plus two sector specific case studies.

Learning outcomes

The course will help staff to understand:

  • what is and what is not whistleblowing
  • the arrangements you have in place
  • how best to blow the whistle/raise concerns
  • where staff can blow the whistle/raise concerns
  • what staff can expect and how their organisation will support them
  • rights and options for support
  • why whistleblowing is so important.

Duration and mode of learning

The course is completed online and takes approximately 30 minutes.

Accessing the course

When you purchase the course the order will automatically assign the correct version either local authority or charity based on your organisation type.

When your purchase is complete, you will be sent an email with links so you can download the course to your local PC or view it online.