Bribery Act e-learning module

27 April 2012

The University values its reputation for ethical behaviour and financial probity and as part of our code of conduct it is the responsibility of all staff to be familiar with our Anti-Bribery Arrangements and Anti Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Policy.

To ensure that all staff are aware of the new Bribery Act, which came into effect in 2011, a straightforward online e-learning module has been developed. The module gives an overview of the legislation to help staff to understand our corporate and individual duties and responsibilities

You are required to complete the module by 31 July. It takes approximately 30 minutes to work through the core part of the course and complete the quiz.

Your completion of this module will be monitored through the University's PDPR process.

Please use your Username and Password that you have previously used for the 'Diversity in the Workplace' and 'Data Protection' module. To access visit:

If you need assistance regarding the content, significance and relevance of this module, please contact Peter Hinton, Interim Director of Corporate Services, Ext: 6124, email:

For advice on accessing the module contact Julie Bennett, Admin Systems Co-ordinator, Academic Enhancement Unit, Ext: 8014, email:  

Page last modified by Corporate Communications on 27 April 2012.
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