Good compliance training drives the right behaviors and helps staff know what’s right and wrong. Our Compliance Catalogue delivers a great learning experience, designed to maximise recall by using storytelling and real-world scenarios, to keep your business on track
Compliance training is essential for your organization but can be seen as a chore by your learners. Our CPD-accredited content delivers engaging and effective learning that is both memorable and transferable
Built in Adapt, our leading-edge authoring tool, the content is fully editable. You can add your branding, change the images, edit colors and fonts, reference internal policies, emphasise your messages and make it truly your own
We know that for learning to become knowledge it needs to be engaging so we ensure that all our courses are relevant and focused. With responsive design, our content will also work wherever and whenever you need it; across mobile, tablet and PC
Keeping pace with change can be difficult which is why Learning Pool are constantly reviewing and updating our catalogues so you don’t have to. And when our catalogues grow and new modules are released, you can access them straight away, for free!
The anti-bribery and corruption module presents a learner with four example cases which allow scrutiny of the evidence and a decision about whether a crime has been committed or not. The module gives advice throughout and helps learners understand what to watch out for
The anti-money laundering module looks at why and how money laundering occurs. Learners gain clarity on relevant law and regulations and what measures your organization can take to guard against malpractice
Competition law exists to prevent anti-competitive activities, like unfair pricing, and protect consumers and fair-operating businesses. The module looks at how to recognise anti-competitive activities, understand the legal responsibilities of firms and individuals and how the Competition Act 1998 applies to all UK businesses.
This module is designed to help users define cybercrime and cyber security and understand where and how vulnerabilities might exist at work and at home
New to 2019, this is a suite of five modules covering all aspects of Data Protection for the modern, post-GDPR age.
The modules cover:
1. Data security and security breach reporting 2. Data protection principles, subject rights and other requests for information under Freedom of Information/Environmental Information Regulations 3. For call center workers and accounts team who take payments by phone 4. Freedom of Information/Environmental Information Regulations for Managers and HR 5. Freedom of Information/Environmental Information Regulations for Marketing
The ILM-recommended module helps learners to understand diversity laws; how understanding the rules is a solid foundation for building a diverse culture and contributing to a positive workplace environment, how to deal with difficulties arising from diverse individuals and/or organizational values and how to promote equality and diversity
This module uses gamification to explore the UK Consumer Rights Act, the Consumer Protection Act, the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008 and the Consumer Rights Directive with practical examples of how these vital pieces of legislation protect consumers
Fraud can occur in any type and size of organization, which means the revenue and long-term health of your business could be at risk. Take action with this Fraud Awareness module and boost awareness within your organization
This module demonstrates how the Freedom of Information Act can impact a company and shows learners how to handle and respond to requests for information under the Act. Learners also understand the Environmental Information Regulations and why information must be occasionally withheld
We’ve built a series of General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) modules to give your staff the right level of knowledge for their role and help your organization to remain compliant. The modules also outline the key differences between the UK Data Protection Act 1998 and GDPR
This module uses a series of narratives featuring child characters and concerned adults to illustrate what safeguarding is and who is responsible
The module outlines the legal health and safety obligations for an organization and what specific focus in policies and best practice are required to create a safety culture. It leads learners to ask the right questions get the right processes in place for your organization
This module looks at what mental health is, why it matters and considers the range of mental health problems likely to present in the workplace. The module aims to change the perceptions of the 92% of people who believe admitting an issue damages their career by raising better awareness of the impact of mental health issues in the workplace
The module highlights the risks for corporations, businesses and government offices as they may be the target of sabotage, unlawful entry and theft. Discover more about where your organization has a responsibility to ensure the safety of employees, client data, assets, physical property and information
This module increases learner understanding of the sustainability and environmental issues at play in an organization and the legislation that governs them. It also looks at sustainability and corporate social responsibility in the modern working environment
A well-organized information ecosystem has many benefits; as well as ensuring you are compliant with legislation, it allows you to work in an efficient and safe manner. This module looks at the need for proper information management, how to keep your information secure and the different methods of storing and communicating data safely
Whistleblowing is the act of raising awareness about misconduct in the workplace. This module has been designed to identify the different situations in which it’s appropriate to blow the whistle, which parties are protected by law and how to go about raising a concern
Every business has a ‘customer’ for their products or services and this module tells you everything you need to know about working with customers legally, including how to deal with customer complaints
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