UK Bribery Act

Course Description

The UK Bribery Act has been described as groundbreaking in scope and reach, and as one of the world’s toughest and most comprehensive pieces of anti-bribery legislation.

This course explains the context and substance of the UK Bribery Act and key strategies for managing risks.

It explains what bribery is and supplies an overview of global trends in corruption.

The course then breaks down information about the international reach of the Act. It identifies the four bribery offences recognised by it – including the so-called ‘corporate offence’ under which organisations could be held accountable – and outlines who is at risk and what red flags to look out for.

The course finally addresses ways to manage risks, taking into account the UK Ministry of Justice’s six guidelines for adequate procedures, as well as issues such as business expenditures and facilitation payments.

Who is this training for?

This training applies if:

  • your organisation was incorporated or formed in the UK
  • your organisation carries on part of its business in the UK, regardless of its place of incorporation
  • any act or omission forming part of a bribery offence occurs in the UK
  • your organisation provides services to another organisation in the UK – for example, it acts as an agent of the UK organisation
  • you are a UK citizen or resident in the UK (even if the bribery act is committed outside of the UK), or as a senior officer of the body corporate, you consented or connived to the commission of an offence by the body corporate.

Course Outline

  • Module 1: International bribery and corruption
  • Module 2: Offences under the UK Bribery Act
  • Module 3: Managing risks under the UK Bribery Act

Salt Adaptive: Delivering Multilingual eLearning Programs for Compliance Training in APAC

Salt Adaptive is a platform that helps APAC businesses deliver effective multilingual eLearning compliance programs

Workplace Behaviours Compliance Training Course

Course Description

Workplace Behaviours – What’s in this course?

Changing workplace cultures by changing behaviours

The consequences of workplace bullying, discrimination and harassment have never been more widely known.

Bullying, discrimination and sexual harassment can harm individuals’ mental health and safety. They can lead to heavy costs for organisations, including reputational damage, compensation orders and high staff turnover.

What should you do if you see a colleague being bullied? Where does flirting stop and harassment begin? How do you prevent uncomfortable or unsafe situations from taking place?

Anyone can be a victim, perpetrator or bystander, and everyone has a role to play in creating a workplace culture where diversity is valued and individual dignity is respected.

This course provides tools for learners to recognise and prevent unacceptable behaviour, and outlines practical support for individuals who experience bullying, discrimination or sexual harassment.

Manager-specific modules focus on strategies and procedures for managing incidents.

The training also explores how becoming aware of our unconscious biases, developing our cultural competence and promoting accessibility can make our workplaces truly diverse and inclusive.

Who is this training for?

This course caters to the whole organisation, with specific modules for managers and supervisors on how to identify misconduct and address complaints.

The standard you walk past is the standard you accept.

Unconscious Bias

We also offer standalone training on unconscious bias to help you and your staff recognise and analyse your unconscious biases, in order to deliver fairer and more reasonable outcomes and to create an inclusive organisational culture.

See here for more details.

Course Outline

  • Module 1: Workplace bullying
  • Module 2: Discrimination and sexual harassment
  • Module 3: (Advanced) Bullying, discrimination and sexual harassment
  • Module 4: (Advanced) Dealing with incidents and complaints
  • Module 5: Diversity and inclusion


Returning to work? Still working from home?

What practical support do you and your team need right now?

Operational Risk Management in a Period of Disruption – Will Normal Programming Resume Shortly?

In both normal times and uncertain times, policies and procedures seek to give all employees support in the carriage of business activities.

Online Learning Takes Off

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Introduction to Risk Management

Course Description

“Everyone can benefit from Risk Management training.”
Alf Esteban, Protecht

We are pleased to offer Protecht’s popular Introduction to Risk Management course. This course introduces the concept and nature of risk as it relates to a range of organisations using a variety of concepts to aid topic understanding.
Chapter 1 identifies the nature and behaviour of risk and explores concepts such as Risk Awareness, Risk Acceptance and the risk lifecycle. It describes how different types of controls minimise risk, and considers the types of risks usually faced by financial institutions.
Chapter 2 considers the aims, objectives and key components of the Risk Management process within an organisation. It expands on the concept of the risk lifecycle, as illustrated by a Risk Funnel chart. It explains the 3 Lines of Defence Model and the various Risk Management Standards and methodologies used globally.
Chapter 3 explores the Risk Management process as defined by ISO 31000 and AU/NZS, and explains how Risk Management tools apply to business processes.


This training is suitable for those seeking an introduction to the field of risk management and those who need to have a broad understanding of risk management.

Course Outline

Module 1 : The nature and types of risk

Module 2 : Risk Management, Frameworks and Standards

Module 3 : The Risk Management Process

Not a question of if, but a matter of when: the vulnerability of data in business cyberspace

A moment of complacency, a daydream, or a (well-put-together) phishing email is all it takes for hackers to bypass even the most vigilant staff in your organisation.

Introduction to the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC)

Course Description

This training is for banking staff on how to avoid dealing with sanctioned countries, businesses and persons

There are severe penalties for banks that commit OFAC violations. Staff need to understand how the OFAC works and how to avoid committing violations.

This short, single-module course gives an overview of OFAC, is functions and how it works. The training provides an overview of the Sanctions List and the sorts of individuals and entities that may be included in it.

Learners are introduced to the compliance obligations that OFAC imposes on banks and given information on how they, personally, should act to support the bank in meeting those obligations. The penalties for non-compliance are discussed.

Who is this training for?

The course is a suitable introduction for all banking staff who on-board customers or who handle customer transactions.


Jasmine is an executive officer at My Save Bank, which has its head office in Ohio. While undertaking an audit of pending transactions, she discovers a number of large sums of money being transferred to a foreign national in Yemen. Jasmine is concerned that the account name and details look suspicious and are not what My Save Bank would typically deal with.

What should Jasmine do next?

Retail Banking Compliance Training

This course is part of the Retail Banking Compliance Suite

The courses available are

For more details, click on the course names above.

Course Outline

  • Explain the background and purpose of OFAC
  • Describe who must comply with OFAC
  • Explain the purpose of the SDN list
  • Promote understanding of the penalties for violations, civil and criminal

Introduction to Trade Finance

Course Description

Trade is not without risk for buyers and sellers, and international trade has certain features that enhance that risk.

In a globally interconnected world trade has become a part of our daily lives. This prominent feature of the global economy has developed and matured over hundreds of years and is a tribute to human ingenuity to cooperate for mutual benefit. However, trade is not without risk for buyers or sellers and international trade has certain features that enhance that risk. Banks have traditionally played a crucial role as facilitators to mitigate the risks inherent to international trade. This training will review features of international trade, focus on the financing of trade and in particular on the role that banks play.

The Introduction to Trade Finance e-learning course has especially been designed by subject matter experts to provide banking professionals with an overview of Trade Finance and the role of Financial Institutions.

Link with Trade Based Money Laundering

On completion of the course you will have developed a good foundational understanding of global trade and how companies settle their international commerce. Therefore this course, in combination with i-KYC’s TBML course, will also be valuable for learners who are still developing their technical Trade Finance knowledge.

Who should do this training?

This course is suitable for:

  • Client-facing Commercial Bankers
  • Trade & Commodity Finance specialists
  • Customer support staff
  • Risk Management analysts
  • AML Compliance officers.

Download the course outline here

Specialized Financial Economic Crime Training

GRC Solutions is thrilled to collaborate with leading financial crime advisory firm, i-KYC, pairing their premium content library with our award-winning Salt Learning technologies to improve your approach to addressing Financial Economic Crime (FEC).

Download our brochure here

Course Outline

Module 1: Introduction

  • Fundamentals of International Trade
  • International Trade Governance & Risks
  • Introduction to Trade Finance

Module 2: Trade Settlement Methods

  • Clean Payments
  • Documentary Collections
  • Letter of Credits
  • Guarantees

Module 3: Risks & Roles of Banks

Module 4: Knowledge Check