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Course length: 
< 10 min
Course type:
Full Length Course
Category: 
Conduct Training
Regulations: 
USFGS - United States Federal Sentencing Guidelines, SOX - Sarbanes Oxley Act, FAR - Federal Acquisition Regulation
Audience: 
All Learners
Topic: 
Code of Conduct
Format: 
Vector Animation

A code of conduct is the cornerstone of an ethical culture. This configurable course explores the basics of why organizations have codes and who must comply with them. It also highlights what an employee’s responsibilities are, resources that are available to help and how employees who speak up about violations in good faith should not fear retaliation. Your organization’s code of conduct can be embedded in this course, and paired with the expanded instructional content delivered through Learning Blocks, provides a comprehensive solution for obtaining an annual code certification/attestation.

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Course Details

  • All Learners
All Learners

Key concepts covered in this configurable course:

  • How an organization's code sets the standard for how it will operate its day-to-day business
  • The expectation that vendors, suppliers and other third parties will work ethically and honestly
  • The kind of information that is covered - and not covered - in a code
  • What to do about situations that are not covered in the code
  • Responsibilities of every employee to follow the code, the law and all applicable policies and regulations
  • The obligation to speak up about violations of the code and to cooperate with internal investigations
  • Policy on non-retaliation

Reinforce this topic with these two micro learning courses

Get two FREE micro learning courses with the purchase of this full length course. NAVEX Global suggests these courses that pair well:

Ethics Reporting

Reinforces your organization’s reporting structure, the importance of your hotline program and what your employees need to know about: their responsibility to speak up about potential misconduct, the proper channels for sharing concerns and your organization’s commitment to non-retaliation.

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Code of Conduct Basics

In this interactive, simulated news experience, learners review the importance of understanding and complying with the organization’s Code, policies and the law, what the code is and what it is intended to do, how employees can use the code to make better informed and more ethical decisions, the role that employees play in creating an ethical and compliance-minded culture, the consequences of violating the code, policies or the law.

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