This course is intended for capacity building of all employees in the public sector, including those who perform anti-corruption duties in senior, middle and junior management positions.
The course is aimed at public service officials in general. The course is based on a registered Unit Standard, which is intended as a generic orientation to anti-corruption initiatives in the public sector. It is intended for capacity building of all employees in the public sector, including those who perform corruption prevention duties in senior, middle and junior management positions.
By the end of this course participants should be able to:
- Explain corruption and its manifestations in the Public Service.
- Identify legislation and policy frameworks relating to corruption in the Public Service, along with circumstances that could make it difficult to implement the minimum anti-corruption requirements in the learners’ government component.
- Analyse the components of an anti-corruption strategy and procedures and identify corruption risks.
- Analyse current events and issues that relate to corruption in the public sector and use Batho Pele principles to prevent corruption in service delivery.
This is a credit-bearing programme aligned to unit standard 243263: “Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of Anti-corruption initiatives in the Public Sector”, pitched at NQF Level 4 with 5 credits. 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 Assessment,
- Summative Assessment (Portfolio of Evidence)
This course is presented over four (4) working days.