Anti-bribery compliance organization, TRACE, has introduced improvements to TASA: TRACE Anti-Bribery Specialist Accreditation, including new course content and specializations. TASA, originally developed in 2011, is a comprehensive and rigorous year-long training and accreditation program that offers a professional credential for anti-bribery compliance specialists.
TASA features more than 100 courses taught by a world-renowned and diverse faculty of industry and subject-matter experts. The accreditation is awarded by TRACE.
"TASA is an opportunity for anti-bribery compliance professionals or those in related fields to distinguish themselves with a meaningful professional credential," said TRACE President Alexandra Wrage. "TASA is also designed as an advanced training course for in-house compliance executives."
The TASA program has been designed by subject-matter experts to provide candidates with practical, real-word insights and a certificate of accreditation that will enable graduates to set themselves apart from their colleagues. After completing the fundamental and advanced courses, candidates have the option to pursue optional specializations in a myriad of industries, regions and subject matters.
TASA candidates are provided access to an extensive library of pre-recorded courses. Additionally, live TASA webinars are scheduled several times throughout the year, providing insight into current anti-bribery compliance topics and challenges.