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At a glance
30-45 minutes online
Available in Australian content format
Structured LearningiDesigned for learners with little prior knowledge, this course type takes the learner through the course subject sequentially – one step at a time.
About this course
The community expects taxpayer-funded entities to act ethically, with honesty, integrity and fairness. Probity can be defined as the evidence of ethical behaviour in a procurement or recruitment process.
Doing business honestly is important in upholding the reputation of an organisation. For this reason, probity training teaches staff how to apply probity in their role and in turn, uphold integrity and honesty in their everyday work life.
On completing this course, learners should:
- understand what probity means;
- know how to apply probity in your job;
- know the risks and implications if probity is ignored;
- know what to do and what not to do; and
- know who to contact for more information
- What is probity?
- Probity Objectives
- Key requirements
- Conflicts of interest
- Who the law applies to
- Disclose conflicts
- Fraud and corruption
- Other ways to discriminate
- Lifecycle Probity Management
- Risks and Implications
- What to do and not to do