ICAC training helps NSW public sector agencies and individual public officials to prevent corruption through the development of skills to detect and respond to corrupt conduct.
Australian Public Sector Anti-Corruption Conference (APSACC) 2013 workshops
A range of interactive workshops will be facilitated by officers of the NSW ICAC, Queensland Crime and Misconduct Commission and the Western Australian Corruption and Crime Commission on Tuesday 26 November, Hilton Sydney at part of APSACC 2013.
You do not need to be a conference delegate to register attendance at an APSACC 2013 workshop.
More information regarding registration details and fees is available at the APSACC website.
The ICAC offers a range of free workshops geared towards public sector managers and specialist staff. These workshops are offered as in-house agency sessions and for registration by individual agency and council staff via our open workshop program.
The ICAC offers training opportunities in our open workshops for individual NSW public sector managers and specialist staff. The workshops currently being offered are:
|Corruption Prevention for Managers
|3 Dec 2013||Sydney CBD||FULL|
|Corruption Prevention in Procurement for Managers
|5 Dec 2013||Sydney CBD||Register now!|
|Corruption Prevention for Procurement Officers
|10 Dec 2013||Sydney CBD||Register now!|
If you would like to attend one of the workshops but cannot come on the dates above, please register your interest now so that we can inform you when dates have been set for the next round of open workshops. Please note that this will not guarantee you a place.
Places are strictly limited. Workshops are only open to NSW public officials from an organisation within the ICAC's jurisdiction. Places are normally allocated on a first-come-first-served basis with a maximum of two participants accepted from an individual agency per workshop, however preference may be given to officers from agencies that have been recently investigated, officers with high risk functions or people who have not attended an ICAC corruption prevention workshop in the past two years. Each workshop has a specific target audience and applications from people outside the relevant target group will not normally be accepted.
- Corruption prevention in procurement for managers
Aims to equip managers that have line responsibility for procurement to identify potential corruption risks in procurement workplace activities and develop a risk management approach to corruption prevention in their agencies.
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- Corruption prevention for procurement officers
Designed to assist staff with procurement duties, particularly those with contract management roles, to understand the probity requirements and corruption risks associated with the procurement of goods and services. Essential for those who are new to the public sector.
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- Corruption prevention for managers
A practical workshop which aims to raise the awareness of corruption, corruption risks and the role of managers in preventing, detecting and responding to these problems. Available as either a full-day or half-day workshop.
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For more information, see Enquiries and contact details for in-house training below.
Enquiries and contact details
The ICAC can provide its standard workshops for managers and specialist staff as an in-house offering for NSW public sector agencies. In preparation for workshops we consult with you so that issues particular to your work environment can be addressed within the standard workshop framework. Workshops are delivered by qualified and experienced ICAC facilitators.
For more information or to request an in-house workshop, you can either:
- send an email to email@example.com,
- phone the ICAC on 02 8281 5729, or
- complete the form below.