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Privacy (Australia)
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45 mins
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Course OverviewPrivacy breaches make headlines all the time. But while everyone thinks they know what privacy is, understanding how the laws apply to our work, clients and customers is another matter.Salt Compliance Privacy training breaks down the privacy requirements into language that learners can understand, supported by a rich visual design.The introductory module summarises the key concepts surrounding how we handle personal information at work. Subsequent modules explore the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs) in more detail. The final module focuses on credit reporting obligations.Scenarios and case studies appear throughout the modules, helping to place the training into vivid practical context.The course contains a fresh look and feel that is intended to attract learners’ active engagement throughout the training, without overwhelming or distracting them from the concepts. Who needs the training?This training is designed for staff at any level within an organisation that comes in contact with private information or could be at risk of breaching Australian privacy laws.It is designed to cater for a diverse audience and all levels of staff, and addresses all 13 Principles in plain language.If your organisation has any specific privacy requirements, the Salt Privacy standard format can be customised to your individual needs. If you are in the health sector, please enquire about our Health Privacy course. Course OutlineModule 1: Introducing privacyModule 2: Management and collectionModule 3: Use or disclosureModule 4: Storage, access and correction
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Privacy for Financial Organisations (Australia)
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45 mins
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Course OverviewPrivacy breaches make headlines all the time. But while everyone thinks they know what privacy is, understanding how the laws apply to our work, clients and customers is another matter.Salt Compliance Privacy training breaks down the privacy requirements into language that learners can understand, supported by a rich visual design.The introductory module summarises the key concepts surrounding how we handle personal information at work. Subsequent modules explore the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs) in more detail. The final module focuses on credit reporting obligations.Scenarios and case studies appear throughout the modules, helping to place the training into vivid practical context.The course contains a fresh look and feel that is intended to attract learners’ active engagement throughout the training, without overwhelming or distracting them from the concepts.Who is this training for?This training is designed for staff at any level within an organisation that comes in contact with private information or could be at risk of breaching Australian privacy laws.It is designed to cater for a diverse audience and all levels of staff, and addresses all 13 Principles in plain language.If your organisation has any specific privacy requirements, the Salt Privacy standard format can be customised to your individual needs. If you are in the health sector, please enquire about our Health Privacy course.Course OutlineModule 1: Introducing privacyModule 2: Management and collectionModule 3: Use or disclosureModule 4: Storage, access and correctionModule 5: Credit reporting
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Work Health and Safety for Managers (Australia)
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45 mins
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Course Overview“Every worker owes a duty to take reasonable care for the health and safety of themselves and others at the workplace”The nation’s work health and safety obligationsAustralia’s work health and safety laws have come a long way since commencing in 2012. Based on Victorian legislation, they have since been adopted by most states and territories. Western Australia has committed to applying the essential features of the harmonised laws to their own regime. This makes compliance training in these laws critical to understanding our work health and safety obligations nationwide.Our Work Health and Safety (WHS) course applies to learners around Australia. It addresses the essential elements of the harmonised laws that all states and territories have in common, while also explaining where the Victorian and Western Australian laws differ.The course covers all the duties and important things you and your staff need to know about the law – from a legal as well as from a practical perspective. It also places these duties and obligations in context by outlining who enforces the laws, and how.Every worker has a duty of providing reasonable care for the health and safety of themselves and others in the workplace. They can also play a role in identifying, reducing or removing work health and safety risks. This course ensures that everyone can train in their relevant legal obligations wherever they are in the country.Who should do this training?This course provides all employees with critical safety training to prevent incidents, develop an appropriate workplace culture and minimise the risk of prosecutions and claims.It is designed to cater for a diverse audience and all levels of staff. We therefore have generic modules aimed at all employees and some specific to senior management.Course OutineModule 1: Introduction to WHSModule 2: Workers’ obligations and rightsModule 3: Duties of PCBUsModule 4: Compliance and enforcement measuresModule 5: Duties of officersModule 6: Other parties
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Work Health and Safety for Employees (Australia)
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40 mins
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Course Overview"Every worker owes a duty to take reasonable care for the health and safety of themselves and others at the workplace"The nation’s work health and safety obligationsAustralia’s work health and safety laws have come a long way since commencing in 2012. Based on Victorian legislation, they have since been adopted by most states and territories. Western Australia has committed to applying the essential features of the harmonised laws to their own regime. This makes compliance training in these laws critical to understanding our work health and safety obligations nationwide.Our Work Health and Safety (WHS) course applies to learners around Australia. It addresses the essential elements of the harmonised laws that all states and territories have in common, while also explaining where the Victorian and Western Australian laws differ.The course covers all the duties and important things you and your staff need to know about the law – from a legal as well as from a practical perspective. It also places these duties and obligations in context by outlining who enforces the laws, and how.Every worker has a duty of providing reasonable care for the health and safety of themselves and others in the workplace. They can also play a role in identifying, reducing or removing work health and safety risks. This course ensures that everyone can train in their relevant legal obligations wherever they are in the country.Who should do this training?This course provides all employees with critical safety training to prevent incidents, develop an appropriate workplace culture and minimise the risk of prosecutions and claims.It is designed to cater for a diverse audience and all levels of staff. We therefore have generic modules aimed at all employees and some specific to senior management.Course OutlineModule 1: Introduction to WHSModule 2: Workers’ obligations and rights
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Anti-Bribery and Corruption (Non Jurisdictional)
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45 mins
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Course OverviewReducing the prevalence of corrupt practicesGlobally, governments are looking at ways of reducing the prevalence of bribery and corruption in business dealings through increasingly serious laws and regulations. The number of foreign corruption cases and the severity of the penalties are likely to keep increasing.Who should do this training?This course is recommended for those who run the risk of being on the receiving end of bribery in both the public and private sectors.Bribery has serious negative consequences because it:Can exacerbate poverty and inhibit a country’s economic developmentResults in the inefficient allocation of resources and economic distortionsDistorts the tendering process when companies bid for government contractsUndercuts the effectiveness of, and confidence in, aid programsUndermines the integrity and, in some cases, the stability of governmentsAdds a significant extra cost for businessesIncreases the level of uncertainty for companies who do business in countries with high levels of corruptionThis course explains the bribery and corruption in simple, understandable terms. We look at various legislation and what is happening internationally. Examples are used from recent news headlines and local cases to emphasise the importance of compliance and reinforces lessons learned through scenarios presented throughout the program.Course OutlineModule 1: IntroductionModule 2: Soliciting and receiving bribesModule 3: Working with overseas countriesModule 4: Advanced bribery and corruption
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Anti-Bullying, Discrimination and Sexual Harassment for Employees (Australia)
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45 mins
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Course Overview“The costs of bullying, discrimination and sexual harassment affect us all.”What is bullying, and what should you do if you see it occur in the workplace? Where does flirting stop and harassment begin? Every member of your organisation needs to be aware of these types of issues because the consequences of unacceptable behaviour, left unmanaged, can be severe.Bullying, discrimination and sexual harassment can cause major harm to the wellbeing of individuals. They can also incur heavy costs for organisations, including reputational damage, compensation orders and the costs of replacing staff who can no longer work in hostile environments.This course explores the issues within the framework of Work Health and Safety (WHS) laws and anti-discrimination laws, as well as strategies and avenues of support available to those who experience bullying, discrimination or harassment within the workplace. Specific modules address the key concepts from the perspective of supervisors, team leaders and managers, and outline the appropriate steps for dealing with complaints.Finally, the course examines how all employees should use workplace resources ethically.Who is this training for?Workplace Behaviour teaches employees to understand what bullying, discrimination and sexual harassment look like in the workplace, and to recognise the fine line between acceptable and unacceptable behaviour. Management also receives invaluable training in dealing with potential problems.Course OutlineModule 1:  Workplace BullyingModule 2:  Sexual HarassmentModule 5:  Ethical use of resources
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Anti-Bullying, Discrimination and Sexual Harassment for Managers (Australia)
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45 mins
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Course Overview“The costs of bullying, discrimination and sexual harassment affect us all.”What is bullying, and what should you do if you see it occur in the workplace? Where does flirting stop and harassment begin? Every member of your organisation needs to be aware of these types of issues because the consequences of unacceptable behaviour, left unmanaged, can be severe.Bullying, discrimination and sexual harassment can cause major harm to the wellbeing of individuals. They can also incur heavy costs for organisations, including reputational damage, compensation orders and the costs of replacing staff who can no longer work in hostile environments.This course explores the issues within the framework of Work Health and Safety (WHS) laws and anti-discrimination laws, as well as strategies and avenues of support available to those who experience bullying, discrimination or harassment within the workplace.Specific modules address the key concepts from the perspective of supervisors, team leaders and managers, and outline the appropriate steps for dealing with complaints.Finally, the course examines how all employees should use workplace resources ethically.Who is this training for?Workplace Behaviour teaches employees to understand what bullying, discrimination and sexual harassment look like in the workplace, and to recognise the fine line between acceptable and unacceptable behaviour. Management also receives invaluable training in dealing with potential problems.Course OutlineModule 3:  (Advanced) Bullying, sexual harassment and discriminationModule 4:  (Advanced) Dealing with complaintsModule 5:  Ethical use of resources
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Competition and Consumer Protection for Employees (Australia)
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30 mins
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Course OverviewBreaches can result in a penalty of up to $10 million for companies and up to $500,000 for individuals per offence.Reduce risk and avoid personal liability.Competition and Consumer Protection is one of our most popular courses. Our new course refreshes the training, making it even more accessible and succinct than ever – using plain English, practical examples and an engaging new visual design.The Competition and Consumer Act (CCA) affects every facet of your business and at all levels, from the sales and marketing teams to contractors engaged in individual projects. Pleas of ignorance, either from an employee who didn’t know about the law or from senior management claiming ignorance of employees’ actions, will fall on deaf ears in the event of a dispute.This course describes the various anti-competitive behaviours that are recognised and prohibited by the CCA. As with all Salt Compliance courses, you can choose who needs to study which module. Introducing Competition Law explains the basics and addresses all staff. Anti-Competitive Behaviour appears in two formats: in a single module suitable for all employees and two-module advanced training which caters for employees with additional workflow responsibilities. There are also optional modules that focus specifically on product liability and the competition law concerns that relate to advertising. Who needs the training?Anyone who is involved in business transactions or external communication with customers, suppliers and the general public needs some understanding of competition and consumer law. The same rules apply to frontline staff and senior executives. Course OutlineModule 1: Introducing competition lawModule 2: Anti-competitive behaviour
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Ethical Decision Making (Australia)
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45 mins
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Course OverviewDeveloped in conjunction with the St James Ethics Centre, the Ethical Decision-making course gives employees an understanding of how ethics apply to the workplace and how they can contribute to a more pleasant and productive working environment. The course is delivered in a practical way – meaning it relates ethical considerations to today's organisational roles. Students learn about processes and principles, and how they apply to a wide variety of workplace situations and scenarios; helping them develop their own process for good decision-making and action.The course explores the benefits of ethical approaches and action for individuals and their organisations. Topical business examples of the consequences of ethical success and failure help build engagement and understanding of users. Users also develop an understanding of the relationship between ethics and other influences on behaviour like the law, compliance processes and risk management. Later modules deal with the characteristics of ethical organisations which foster ethical decision-making and action. Some of the modules – for example, “Ethics and good decision making” – explain the basics of ethics while other modules cater for those who need to have a deeper understanding on an organisational level such as managers.Who is this training for?This course is suitable for anyone who has contact with other people during the course of their everyday job – whether it is colleagues, clients, suppliers, staff, managers, etc. As with all Salt Compliance courses, the training is designed to cater for a diverse audience and all levels of staff; from mailroom staff right up to senior executives and leadership teams.Course OutlineModule 1: Ethics and decision makingModule 2: Workplace relationshipsModule 3: Business relationshipsModule 4: Ethical dealings in your organisationModule 5: An ethical organisation (for managers)
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