The ICAC offers interactive and engaging workshops to NSW public sector agencies and officials. These practical workshops help participants understand how and why corruption occurs, where the opportunities for corruption may be and how corruption can be prevented, detected, investigated and addressed.

All of our workshops are facilitated by ICAC officers who draw on knowledge and experience from across all operational areas of the Commission. The workshops receive very high usefulness and satisfaction ratings from participants.

Free workshops can be arranged to be held in-house throughout NSW and individual public officials can register to attend our free open workshops.

The Commission is currently offering the following workshops:

Strategic approaches to corruption prevention - senior executive workshop
A workshop for senior executive service (SES) and senior managers who have operational responsibility for work areas with significant risk for corruption.
Availability: In-house only
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Corruption prevention for managers
What is corruption? How and why does it happen? What can I do about it? Practical workshops that help managers answer these questions and take steps to prevent, detect and respond to corruption.
Availability: In-house / open calendar
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Corruption prevention in procurement and contract management
Workshops designed to assist staff with procurement duties, contract management roles or responsibility for overseeing these functions to understand the probity requirements and corruption opportunities associated with procurement.
Availability: In-house / open calendar
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Corruption prevention for planning professionals
A workshop for individual planners and other related public officials concentrating on corruption issues within the NSW planning system.
Availability: Open calendar
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Fact-finder
An introductory workshop for those who may be required to conduct an internal fact-finding investigation into a complaint or allegations of staff wrongdoing, including misconduct or corrupt conduct.
Availability: Open calendar
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Good governance in small boards: Local Aboriginal Land Councils and Non-Government Organisations
Local Aboriginal Land Councils (LALCs) and Non-Government Organisations (NGOs) can face similar challenges: their board members are usually voluntary, they often have limited staff numbers, and are expected to meet varied responsibilities in their communities. The workshop covers a range of topics and will include discussion about how LALC and NGO board members and staff all play a role in building good governance in their organisations
Availability: Illawarra Outreach
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Register for an upcoming open workshop

Request an in-house workshop