Whistleblowing e-learning

An accessible, interactive e-learning course for staff on whistleblowing and why it is important.

Staff are the eyes and ears of any organisation, and whistleblowing arrangements are a vital component of good governance and risk management.

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About the e-learning

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

There are currently two courses available:

  • One designed for local authorities
  • One designed for charities

Download some sample slides from the e-learning course.

Who is it for?

The whistleblowing courses are designed for use in organisations, to show all staff how to raise and report concerns at work and to clarify ‘grey areas’ around processes, complaints and definitions. 

What will staff learn?

Featuring high profile examples plus sector specific case studies, the courses help your 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 courses are completed online and take approximately 30 minutes.

How to buy

Please click on the relevant link below to begin your purchase. You will have the chance to select the course relevant to your sector (either local authority or charity) before you complete the purchase. 

If you have purchased the e-learning, click here to login to access the courses.

If your organisation has more than 5,000 staff, please contact us on 020 7543 5600 for a quote.