Probity services course
Trainer: Jim Box
Length: 28 hours over 4 days
Fee: $3,399 for members and $3,595 for non members. Early bird discount available when you register one month in advance
About the course
This four day course is designed for the development of Probity Service Providers.
The program covers the essentials of probity and ethics principles and practice, particularly in procurement related processes. This includes issues of accountability, transparency, related statutes and policy. The course content has been developed in consultation with government and practitioners, in order to provide a common understanding of the fundamental requirements for the provision of probity services.
The course involves a range of practical case studies, group discussions and role plays to support learning.
Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea is provided each day.
The course includes a written assessment to enable participants to progress towards accreditation. For information on becoming an accredited Probity Service Provider, go to Probity Service Provider accreditation >>
During the course, you will learn about:
- The probity services environment
- Roles and responsibilities of probity services practitioners
- General and specialist procurement and similar processes
- Specific areas of probity and ethics
- Ethical behaviour of buyers and suppliers
- Probity risk management
- Probity issues in contracting, and
- Other issues impacting on probity and accountability.
This course meets the training component of the Probity Service Provider (Procurement) accreditation scheme with Resolution Institute . For information on becoming accredited to provide probity audits and probity advice, go to Probity Service Provider accreditation >>