Tailor-made trainings which IACA has designed and delivered include:
Training for Public Officials from Kosovo 2017 (IACA campus)
In December 2017 IACA delivered a tailor-made training for public officials from Kosovo to support development and implementation of Kosovo's Anti-corruption Strategy and Action Plan 2018-2020. The three-day programme focused on strategic planning and public procurement..
Integrity-raising event for Holzindustrie Schweighofer 2017 (Suceava, Romania)
In November 2017 IACA delivered a customised integrity-raising event for sales, purchasing, logistics, and legal staff of Austrian company Holzindustrie Schweighofer, having been invited by the firm’s senior management to help strengthen its compliance management system. Participants learnt from internationally renowned experts about topics such as compliance, integrity, corruption, its different forms and measures to prevent corruption in a challenging environment.
Training for directors and senior executives of Graña y Montero 2017 (Lima, Peru)
In October 2017 IACA delivered a tailor-made training for directors and senior executives of Peruvian company Graña y Montero, having been invited by the firm’s new senior management to help improve its compliance management system. Participants discussed themes such as preventing and mitigating fraud and corruption, the prosecutor’s perspective, attacking corruption in infrastructure, and best practices in corporate compliance. The training concluded with a round-table discussion on corporate governance and compliance in the Peruvian context.
Training for Public Officials and OSCE Representatives from Albania 2017 (IACA campus)
In March 2017 IACA delivered a tailor-made training for public officials and OSCE representatives from Albania. The two-day programme focused on transnational cooperation in anti-corruption efforts, policy coordination and monitoring, and the investigation of corruption cases.
Training for National Anti-Corruption Commission of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia 2016 (Riyadh, Saudi Arabia)
In November 2016 IACA delivered a tailor-made training for the National Anti-Corruption Commission of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (Nazaha). The five-day programme covered a wide range of topical themes including, among others, international legal frameworks on corruption, the role of anti-corruption agencies, whistle-blower protection, and corruption risk analysis.
Training for Korean Government Officials 2016 (IACA campus)
In July 2016 IACA delivered a tailor-made training for officials from the Ministry of Personnel Management of the Republic of Korea and four other ministries. The four-day programme had a strong focus on the theme of conflict of interest. Participants also attended the “Best Of” seminar with Johann Graf Lambsdorff on 5 and 6 July.
Training for Representatives of the Korean Energy Sector 2016, 2017 (IACA campus)
In June 2016 and June 2017 IACA delivered tailor-made trainings for representatives of the Korea Hydro and Nuclear Power Company, Korea Electric Power Corporation, Korea Electric Power Corporation – Nuclear Fuel, Korea Midland Power Company, and Korea Rail Network Authority. The trainings focused on anti-corruption topics such as fraud detection and prevention, international law, comparative policy studies, and organizational integrity.
Training for EAEU Practitioners 2016, 2017 (IACA campus)
In May 2016 and October 2017 IACA delivered tailor-made trainings for anti-corruption and compliance professionals from Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) Member States. The three-day programmes were co-sponsored by the Russian Federation. Topics included corruption in the EAEU, the shadow economy and corruption, governance and anti-corruption, public procurement and model laws, and public-private partnerships (collective action).
Tailor-made Seminar for Siemens 2016, 2017 (IACA campus)
In May 2016 and April 2017 IACA delivered tailor-made seminars for senior Siemens compliance professionals from around the world. The five-day seminars focused on international best practices and new approaches in anti-corruption and compliance. Topics included measuring corruption, with an emphasis on the limitations and challenges, patterns of choice in behavioural sciences, and the economic, legal, and ethical dimensions of compliance.
Training for the Office of the Auditor General of Thailand 2016 (IACA campus)
In March/April 2016, IACA delivered a tailor-made training for a group of executive-level auditors from the Office of the Auditor General of Thailand. The four-day training covered topics including effective government audit, public procurement, fraud prevention and detection, organizational integrity, the role of leadership in combating corruption, and global trends in anti-corruption enforcement.
Training for the Central Vigilance Commission of India 2016, 2017 (IACA campus)
In 2016 (February and November) and 2017 (March and November), IACA delivered tailor-made trainings for groups of senior vigilance officers and officials from public sector companies, at the request of the Central Vigilance Commission of India. The two-week programmes covered topics such as organizational integrity, corruption prevention, fraud detection, and good governance.
Training for the Audit Board of the Republic of Indonesia 2015, 2016 (IACA campus)
In September/October 2015 and May/June 2016, IACA delivered tailor-made trainings for groups of investigative auditors from the Audit Board of the Republic of Indonesia (BPK). The two-week programmes focused on public-sector auditing issues such as fraud detection and prevention.
Anti-Corruption Training for the KHNP 2015 (IACA campus)
In September 2015, IACA delivered a tailor-made training for a group of representatives from the Republic of Korea’s Hydro and Nuclear Power Company (KHNP). The training focused on the prevention of and fight against corruption, comparative analyses of anti-corruption policies and measures, and other issues including public procurement, fraud prevention, and organizational integrity.
Procurement and Integrity Training 2015 (Willemstad, Curaçao)
In May 2015, IACA delivered a tailor-made training for 43 participants from ombudsman offices. The programme focused on public procurement, organizational and institutional integrity as well as ethical dilemmas and individual integrity. The training was designed at the request of the International Ombudsman Institute (IOI) and took place in the framework of the 8th Biennial Conference of the Caribbean Ombudsman Association (CAROA).
Anti-Corruption Training for the ACRC 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 (IACA campus)
In November 2013, August/September 2014, June 2015, April 2016, and May 2017, IACA delivered tailor-made trainings for the Anti-Corruption and Civil Rights Commission (ACRC) of the Republic of Korea. The compact programmes focused on topics of political corruption, fraud prevention, national and international best practices, and integrity in the public sector.
Anti-Corruption Training for the NACC 2013, 2014, 2016 (IACA campus)
In March 2013, September 2014, and August 2016, IACA delivered tailor-made trainings for officials from the National Anti-Corruption Commission of Thailand (NACC). Topics included international cooperation in anti-corruption affairs, aspects of the UNCAC, codes of conduct in the public sector, prosecution, collective action, investigation design, public procurement, whistle-blower mechanisms, organizational integrity, and global trends and instruments in anti-corruption.
Anti-Corruption Workshop for Border Guards 2013 (IACA campus)
In October 2013, IACA delivered a tailor-made workshop for a group of participants from the State Border Committee of Belarus and the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine. Anti-corruption measures, best practices and misconceptions in the area of law enforcement were addressed. The workshop was developed on the request of the International Organization for Migration (IOM).
Training on Anti-Corruption and Governance for Ombudsmen 2013 (IACA campus)
In September 2013, IACA delivered a tailor-made training for 30 participants working as investigative ombudsmen. It focused on building competence to evaluate and identify weak areas in internal and external procedures and policies. The training was designed at the request of the International Ombudsman Institute (IOI).
Training for the Private Sector in Eastern Europe & Central Asia 2012 (IACA campus)
In March 2012, IACA delivered a tailor-made training for 25 participants from the Eastern European and Central Asian business communities, representatives of chambers of commerce and trade unions. The topics addressed ranged from national anti-corruption legislation with global impact on the private sector to the dividends from establishing an ethical work environment, and good corporate governance. This training was co-sponsored by the Russian Federation.