Introduction to the Bribery Act 2010


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Introduction to the Bribery Act 2010

Obtain this interactive and engaging course to understand and meet the legislative requirements of the Bribery Act 2010.

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Introduction to the Bribery Act 2010

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About this Course

This online course is designed to help organisations understand the different types of bribery and put suitable measures in place to meet the legislative requirements of the Bribery Act 2010.

Bribery is one of the most common economic crimes in the UK. Nearly one quarter of businesses in the UK have been exposed to it in some way.

The Bribery Act 2010, which was introduced on 1st July 2011, made it a legal requirement for all businesses in the UK to put adequate anti-bribery measures in place and train staff about bribery and corruption in the workplace. It is, by far, the strongest anti-bribery legislation in the UK. Failing to fully meet its requirements may lead to potential fines, reputational damage and even imprisonment.

The course is ideal for anyone who could be exposed to bribery and/or corruption. It will teach them what to do if they are offered or promised a gift or hospitality which might count as a bribe.

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Did you know: £1.4 trillion (US$1.75 trillion) changes hands globally in bribes every year – the equivalent of Canada’s entire GDP.

  • Help protect your business and employees from the serious consequences bribery can result in

  • Perfect as part of an employee induction plan

  • Suitable for all employees & managers

  • Instant PDF Certificate of Completion on successful completion of the online training course


After successfully completing the course you will receive an e-certificate that you can download onto your device.

Areas Covered

  • Defining Bribery

    Learn what counts as an act of bribery and who is responsible for it.

  • Common Forms of Bribery

    Learn about the different forms a bribe can take.

  • Hospitality

    Learn to judge when corporate gifts or hospitality are not a bribe by considering the intention behind them, their value, and the timing of the gesture.

  • Corruption Indicators

    Learn corruption indicators put together by the Serious Fraud Office to help you identify where bribery is taking place.

  • Consequences of Bribery

    Learn the consequences of offering or taking bribes in business and how it can damage business in the long run.

  • The Legal Framework

    Learn how a legal framework of international anti-corruption conventions aim to fight bribery and corrupt practices around the world.

  • The Bribery Act 2010

    Learn the key points of the UK Bribery Act that came into force in the UK in 2011.

  • Preventing Bribery and Corruption

    Learn how to put adequate procedures in place to prevent people associated with a company from receiving or giving bribes by using the principles set out in the Bribery Act 2010.

  • Justifications Given for Offering Bribes

    Learn, with the help of activities, the common justifications given by someone giving or receiving a bribe.

  • Penalties

    Learn the penalties, for receiving or giving a bribe, for organisations and individuals if found guilty.

  • What to do if You’re Concerned

    This topic will teach you how to ensure that you play your part in preventing bribery as a practice in your organisation.

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