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Design of your compliance training

Tom Fox | November 6, 2017

After you have completed your risk-ranking of employees for training and the identification of those in control functions, you are now ready to design your compliance training. The first step is to define what you are trying to achieve in your compliance training. You should include the development of curriculum using a risk-based model and set uniform methods for acquiring content, maintaining records and reporting.

This certainly means more than simply “check-the-box” training and and that you have put some significant time and thought into it. It should be well designed to the targeted group of employees who will receive it. Your compliance training can and should have several business-related goals, in addition to specifics of anti-bribery laws such as the FCPA. These include identifying the business objectives of engaging in commerce in a legally compliant manner; managing threats that may come to employees you have identified as high-risk; and the business...

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