Blended Learning

A New Path

What are the key questions asked within your organisation when considering limited education budgets and the maximum impact that training courses can have in the development of your expertise and the protection of organisation revenues and reputation? It is not enough to have refresher courses for staff just because they’re overdue?

A focus on outcomes and impact of organisation training you want to achieve, do you recognise the gaps in your organisations expertise when tackling bribery and corruption, and do you fully comprehend where your organisation can be targeted, its impact, and do you have a plan to mitigate these risks.

Answering these questions can support your training needs analysis and assist in the design of future blended learning that can include the initial process of completing an introductory eLearning courses, virtual training or webinars and completing individual assignments around case studies through training courses and peer assessment.

Positive Impact

Risk Measurement

One of the key elements of this training process is the identification and collection of data on organisation risk that the end product of the blended training is a risk matrix that outlines the fraud and corruption risks identified during the training and recommendations to mitigate these risks.

Strategic Approach

Specific goals in this method of training not only assist an organisation in measuring the performance of individuals but additionally assists in the measurement of knowledge transfer and the implementation of its risk mitigation strategy.

Enlightenment is not just one state

Introducing a blended learning approach to build expertise and capability within operations, management and leadership roles can maximise learning opportunities and build your risk based approach to anti-corruption. Download our training brochure to see how we can assist your global or in-house training programs.