This basic course provides an understanding of the history of anti-bribery and anti-corruption laws and regulation. It then details the provisions, requirements and penalties of the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, including accounting and bookkeeping provisions.
The student will learn about red flag situations, the difference between a gift and a bribe, and the civil and criminal penalties for violators. The course also outlines steps to compliance and leading practices for organizations that want to reduce their risk of noncompliance.
Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:
Estimated Course Duration:
- Identify the purpose of the FCPA and its requirements
- Identify the Act's provisions, requirements, and penalties
- Locate red flags that could indicate corruption has taken place
- Select effective FCPA or anti-corruption compliance programs
58 minutes (1 CPE)
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In order to earn CPE credit, you must complete the training module within one year of enrollment and score 70% or above on the Final Exam.
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