To build the capacity of Anti-corruption practitioners within the Public Service. Anti- corruption practitioners will use critical thinking and reflection to customise an anti- corruption strategy at operational level for a public sector component. In addition, the design and development of the customised anti-corruption programmes and implementation plans will take into account the transformation agenda and strategic objectives of the Public Service.
The course is aimed at the anti-corruption practitioner who is the person that takes overall responsibility for co-ordinating the implementation of the various elements of the relevant anti-corruption programme strategy. It is therefore important for anti- corruption practitioners to be able to analyse and interpret the current National Anti- corruption Regulatory Framework and to contextualise these in a specific government component. Anti-corruption practitioners are furthermore required to design and develop implementation plans to monitor implementation of programme elements and to evaluate the impact of the proposed departmental/organisational component’s Anti- corruption programme.
By the end of this course participants should be able to:
- Analyse and interpret the Public Service Anti-corruption Strategy and other relevant policy directives;
- Contextualise the National Anti-corruption Framework in a specific public departmental/organisational component;
- Develop a strategy for a selected departmental/organisational component within the parameters of the National Anti-corruption Framework and organisational context; and
- Draft a plan to manage the implementation of the proposed departmental/ organisational component’s anti-corruption strategy.
This is a credit-bearing course aligned to the unit standard 243264:“Customise an Anti- corruption Strategy at operational level for a Public Sector Department”, pitched at NQF Level 5 with 5credits.After the successful completion of the programme participants will receive a Certificate of Competence.
This course follows an integrated assessment approach, comprising:
- Pre-course reading;
- Formative assessments; and
- A summative assignment (Portfolio of Evidence).
This course is presented over four (4) working days.