Training

Criminal liability of legal persons (TOPO)
Compliance Basics for Officers
Whistleblowing
Corruption - general
Corruption - gifts and conflicts of interest
International sanctions
Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing (AML)
Leadership and communication
Preparing an effective campaign for communicating compliance issues
Professional simulation workshop
Why compliance and what to expect
Simulation of a supervisory authority visit

Criminal liability of legal persons (TOPO)

Information about training

What you get from the training

You will be able to explain the essence of the criminal liability of a legal entity (TOPO) to anyone, while also having a specific link to the management of your company. You will be clear about the link between TOPO and the compliance program. You will be able to map risks and set priorities for the entire company. You will know how to reduce risk and prevent liability. Thanks to practical examples, you will be able to better assimilate the information learned during the training.

Training content

1. Definition - what is corporate criminal liability

2. Prerequisites for criminal liability of legal persons

3. What to do in practice + prevention

  • Tools: prevention/detection/response and implementation of a compliance system
  • risk analysis
  • code of ethics
  • training
  • Communications
  • Principle: get to know your partners and employees

4. Sanctions

5. Practical examples

For whom it is intended

  • compliance specialist
  • in-house lawyer
  • Manager
  • risk manager
  • auditor

Form of training

  • Session, online

Educator

  • Compliance officer

Compliance Basics for Officers

Information about training

What you get from the training

Know the main components of a compliance system. Thanks to the practical examples you will be introduced to during the course, you will understand the context and essence of the interconnection of the components and their necessity to achieve a functional system.

You will be able to identify the compliance risks your business is exposed to and know how to ensure they are controlled. You will have a clear idea of where to start, where to continue, how to get the system up and running in your company and how to make it more effective in the future.

Training content

1. Reasons for introducing a compliance programme
2. Compliance risk mapping and risk management
3. Compliance as a system

  • individual system components (controls, resources, audit...)
  • - the importance of components and interconnections

4. Compliance agendas (optional):

  • Criminal liability of legal persons
  • Ethical compliance
  • Whistleblowing
  • - Corruption, conflict of interest, gifts, sponsorship
  • - Relationship management with business partners (Know your partner)

For whom it is intended

  • - aspiring compliance officer
  • in-house lawyer
  • risk manager
  • auditor

Form of training

  • Pre-registration

Educator

  • compliance officer

Whistleblowing

Information about training

What you get from the training

You will be prepared for your role as a competent person, as you will know the requirements of the law and the rules of the process for the internal reporting system. You will know how to deal with notifications in general, the timeframes for dealing with individual cases and how to ensure the protection of the whistleblower and others.

You will be able to communicate the benefits and purpose of an internal notification system to company employees. By participating in a case study, you will test your theoretical knowledge in practice.

Training content

  1. 1. Definitions and requirements under current Czech legislation
  2. Internal notification system and its rules
  3. Competent person, his/her role and responsibilities
  4. Receipt and verification of notifications
  5. Protection of the whistleblower and other persons
  6. Benefits of an internal notification system
  7. Case study - active involvement of participants

For whom it is intended

  • the employee in the role of the competent person
  • HR, HR manager
  • in-house lawyer
  • Manager

Form of training

  • Session, online

Educator

  • Compliance officer with the practice of a competent person

Corruption - general

Information about training

What you get from the training

You will get an overview of the most common forms of corrupt behaviour as we discuss everything through examples.
It will become clear why corruption can happen, who is most exposed to corruption in companies. You will be able to explain to employees how they can detect and prevent corrupt behaviour.

We recommend that this course be expanded to include Corruption - Gifts and Conflicts of Interest as significant corruption risks.

Training content

  1. What is corruption
  2. Reasons for corruption (motivation)
  3. 3. Forms of corruption (what all can be considered as corrupt behaviour) and explanations using specific cases
  4. 4. Penalties and consequences in case of corrupt behaviour (sanctions, types of crimes related to corrupt behaviour, damage to reputation, corporate culture)
  5. Measures + prevention of corruption
    • mapping processes where corruption may occur
    • training
    • whistleblowing
    • Communications
    • - company awareness + tone at the top
  6. 5. Control measures and regular monitoring (prevention/detection)
  7. 6. Company's response to the identification of corrupt behaviour
  8. Case studies (corrupt behaviour)

For whom it is intended

  • compliance specialist
  • in-house lawyer
  • Manager
  • risk manager
  • auditor
  • risk group of people in the company

Form of training

  • Session, online

Educator

  • Compliance officer

Corruption - gifts and conflicts of interest

Information about training

What you get from the training

You will have a clear understanding of the importance of disclosing and reviewing conflicts of interest in the company and addressing the issue of accepting and giving gifts. You will understand why this is so. You will also know what effective compliance-based elements to put in place within these areas. With concrete examples from practice, you will easily implement changes in your company.

This course can be taken independently. We recommend combining it with the Corruption - General course.

Training content

1. Donations

  • - the answer to why there is a fine line between a gift and a bribe
  • - how to know when corruption is involved (examples from practice)
  • what measures to set up (prevention/detection/reaction)

2. Conflict of interests

  • definition and types of conflict of interest
  • connection to corrupt conduct
  • what measures to set up (prevention/detection/reaction)

3. Practical examples

For whom it is intended

  • compliance specialist
  • in-house lawyer
  • Manager
  • risk manager
  • auditor

Form of training

  • Session, online

Educator

  • Compliance officer

International sanctions

Information about training

What you get from the training

You will be able to explain the importance of international sanctions and why you need to pay attention. You will be able to identify the physical factors and name the links that will enable you to assess any suspicious activity.

Training content

  1. 1. What are international sanctions (nature/focus/mission)
  2. 2. Obligations arising from legislation
  3. Types of sanctions and examples
  4. 4. How and where sanctions can be reflected in the company's activities
  5. Risk factors, what to look for - what/who/when to check
  6. 6. Threats and penalties for non-compliance
  7. 7. Obligations when reporting suspected violations of international sanctions
  8. Silence

For whom it is intended

  • Manager
  • in-house lawyer
  • compliance specialist / officer
  • risk manager
  • auditor
  • money laundering reporting officer (MLRO)

Form of training

  • Session, online

Educator

  • Compliance officer/AML officer

Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing (AML)

Information about training

What you get from the training

Find out how a company can be used for money laundering or terrorist financing. We will introduce you to key legislation. You will see the importance of risk assessment as a fundamental prerequisite for meaningful process set-up. We will go through client identification and control together. You will understand why and how to work with risk factors identified in clients or partners, as well as why, how and to whom to report suspicious transactions.

It is recommended to complement this training with the International Sanctions course as they are closely related.

Training content

  1. Definition of terms
  2. 2. Reasons for combating money laundering and terrorist financing (legislation/financial crime/reputation)
  3. 3. Examples of forms of money laundering not only in the financial sector
  4. 4. Obligations under applicable legislation
  5. Roles and responsibilities
  6. The importance of risk assessment
  7. Client identification and control
  8. Risk factors and working with them
  9. Unusual business operations and working with them
  10. Reporting suspicious transactions
  11. Infringement Notification System
  12. Silence

For whom it is intended

  • compliance specialist
  • in-house lawyer
  • Manager
  • risk manager
  • auditor
  • money laundering reporting officer (MLRO)

Form of training

  • Pre-registration

Educator

  • Compliance officer/AML officer

Leadership and communication

Information about training

What you get from the training

You will gain insight into psychological methods so that you can become a respected partner in discussions with business colleagues, a persuasive informal leader able to engage and push through necessary changes. Through the analysis and discussion of real situations discussed in the seminar, you will be able to put these methods into practice immediately.

Based on specific situations you are commonly involved in as a Compliance Officer, you will learn the basics of working rules for testing in your own practice through group discussion and clarification of basic social psychological principles.

Training content

Seminar focused on the development of soft skills needed to perform as a compliance officer

  • informal leadership
  • effective communication
  • ability to attract
  • get others to change

For whom it is intended

  • compliance specialist
  • in-house lawyer
  • risk manager
  • auditor
  • IT security
  • business continuity

Form of training

  • Pre-registration

Educator

  • Compliance officer in cooperation with mentor/coach

Preparing an effective campaign for communicating compliance issues

Information about training

What you get from the training

You'll learn what tools you can use to communicate compliance topics so that you can get these topics in front of all the audiences you're targeting. You will get an idea of how to prepare an appropriate communication campaign on any compliance topic. You will also know how to actively involve management in promoting compliance. You will learn what communication tools to use to promote the overall compliance culture in your company.

Training content

Communication campaigns as an important tool for promoting a strong compliance culture in the company. Thus, we will discuss how to communicate compliance topics to:

  • everyone in the company understood them
  • - everyone understood that risk management in the company involved
  • they knew that prevention is better than cure
  • were open and
  • help build a safe protection system

 

  • - We explain how campaigns fit into your company's communication and education plan
  • - We will introduce the principles of effective campaign creation aimed at specific target groups
  • - Using concrete examples, we will show how to apply these principles and what success you can achieve

 

For whom it is intended

  • compliance specialist
  • in-house lawyer
  • risk manager
  • auditor
  • IT security
  • business continuity

Form of training

  • Pre-registration

Educator

  • Compliance officer in cooperation with mentor/coach

Professional simulation workshop

Information about training

What you get from the training

By attending the workshop you will gain new impulses that will move your company and yourself forward in what you do. You will come to the realization that only mutual communication and cooperation can lead to the development of company culture or, on the contrary, to negative impacts on the company. You will uncover the strengths and weaknesses of management's readiness to act in unexpected situations.

The workshop is tailor-made for the company.

Training content

An experiential, interactive format that allows for group management in a team:

  • find out what your business may be at risk of
  • - uncover potential vulnerabilities in your business
  • develop a compliance mindset
  • - apply a risk-based approach
  • - share best practice experiences

This is an interactive workshop:

  • - we present you with problem situations/incidents (relevant to your industry and based on practice)
  • - you as a group are seeking consensus on how to make a decision in a given situation

For whom it is intended

  • Manager
  • compliance officer

Form of training

  • Pre-registration

Educator

  • Compliance officer in cooperation with mentor/coach

Why compliance and what to expect

Information about training

What you get from the training

You will realize how you can do business and sleep peacefully at the same time. You'll gain knowledge of how to strengthen your competitive edge and protect yourself and your business from compliance risk (e.g. criminal liability), and how to maintain your good reputation.

Training content

  1. benefits of implementing and strengthening the compliance system
  2. case studies depending on your type of business
  3. risk-based approach and cost optimisation
  4. 4. Instructions on how to be prepared for an inspection (by an investigator, prosecutor, supervisory authority)

For whom it is intended

  • Member of the Board of Directors
  • member of the company management
  • Senior Manager

Form of training

  • Pre-registration

Educator

  • Compliance officer in cooperation with mentor/coach

Simulation of a supervisory authority visit

Information about training

What you get from the training

You will experience first-hand the extent and depth of the supervisory authority's scrutiny. You will go through all the steps of such an inspection in the company. This allows us to prepare you effectively for the inspection.

By carrying out a real audit directly in your company, we will help you to identify any existing deficiencies and recommend what you can improve. As a result of the whole course, you will be ready for a smooth process of future inspection by the supervisory authority.

Training content

An experiential, interactive format that allows you to simulate a real company inspection

  1. 1. Initial agreement on the scope of the simulation (people, places, target)
  2. 2. Running the simulation on-site at your company
  3. 3. Evaluation report (shortcomings and recommendations for remedy)
  4. final meeting over the report

For whom it is intended

  • company management
  • Manager
  • compliance officer
  • risk manager
  • in-house lawyer

Form of training

  • Pre-registration

Educator

  • Compliance officer/ team of experts

We will produce for you

e-learning

  • Preparation of documents
  • Production of e-learning

Workshop

  • Preparation of documents
  • Implementation of the workshop

Webinar

  • Preparation of documents
  • Implementation of the webinar
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