Recognition: Certificate of Completion
Course Category: Level 04
Ideal Target Audience: Designed for corporate/business environment staff. Applicable to Management staff seeking to learn the basics and the importance of Business Ethics.
Course Duration: 1 hour - 2 hours
Language: English
Course Value/ Price: R450.00 (VAT incl.)
   

SHORT COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Ethics seeks to resolve questions dealing with human morality, concepts such as good and evil, right and wrong, virtue and vice, justice and crime. It is principles that, when followed, promote values such as trust, good behaviour, fairness, and/or kindness. There is not one consistent set of standards that all companies follow, but each company has the right to develop the standards that are meaningful for their organisation.


What you will learn:


Lesson 1: Introduction to business ethics
Lesson 2: Importance of business ethics

 

Note: For the best learning experience we recommend using the additional reading in conjunction with the interactive online training modules.

Recognition: Certificate of Completion
Course Category: Level 04
Ideal Target Audience: Designed for corporate/business environment staff. Applicable to Management staff seeking to establish an ethical culture in their workplace and teams.
Course Duration: 1 hour - 2 hours
Language: English
Course Value/ Price: R450.00 (VAT incl.)
   

SHORT COURSE DESCRIPTION:

An ethical culture is about teaching employees how things are done in the workplace. Ethics begin with written standards of conduct that are well conceived, carefully crafted, and effectively implemented. But to be meaningful, we need more than mere lip service to ethical values. Organisations with strong ethical cultures take steps to ensure that their standards are widely accessible, promoted, and followed by their leaders and employees.


What you will learn:


Lesson 1: Establishing an ethical culture
Lesson 2: Facing obstacles in ethical behaviour

 

Note: For the best learning experience we recommend using the additional reading in conjunction with the interactive online training modules.

Recognition: Certificate of Completion
Course Category: Level 04
Ideal Target Audience: Designed for corporate/business environment staff. Applicable to Management staff seeking to learn how to handle misconduct and illegal activity.
Course Duration: 1 hour - 2 hours
Language: English
Course Value/ Price: R450.00 (VAT incl.)
   

SHORT COURSE DESCRIPTION:


The term “whistle‐blower” is British, and it comes from the whistles that the police used to carry to alert the public and other police to a crime. A whistle‐blower is a person who exposes misconduct, alleged dishonest or illegal activity occurring in an organisation. The alleged misconduct may be classified in many ways; for example, a violation of a law, rule, regulation and/or a direct threat to public interest, such as fraud, health and safety violations, and corruption.

What you will learn:


Lesson 1: Ethical issues businesses face
Lesson 2: Whistle-blowing
 

Note: For the best learning experience we recommend using the additional reading in conjunction with the interactive online training modules.

Recognition: Certificate of Completion
Course Category: Level 04
Ideal Target Audience: Designed for corporate/business environment staff. Applicable to Management staff interested in developing ethical policies for accurate and sound practices.
Course Duration: 1 hour - 2 hours
Language: English
Course Value/ Price: R450.00 (VAT incl.)
   

SHORT COURSE DESCRIPTION:

A corporate ethics statement refers to business practices such as a company’s commitment to engage in accurate and sound accounting, provide financial transparency, pursue fair hiring practices, avoid employee and customer harassment and discrimination, pay its debts, adopt conflict‐of‐interest policies, be honest in its advertising, provide safe and high‐quality products and services, give back to its profession and community and exercise reasonable care in management of the company. 


What you will learn:


Lesson 1: Making ethical decisions
Lesson 2: Developing an ethical policy

 

Note: For the best learning experience we recommend using the additional reading in conjunction with the interactive online training modules.