The whistleblowing charity Public Concern at Work states that, “Effective whistleblowing arrangements are a key part of good governance. A healthy and open culture is one where people are encouraged to speak out, confident that they can do so without adverse repercussions, confident that they will be listened to, and confident that appropriate action will be taken. This is to the benefit of organisations, individuals and society as a whole.
This course will enable the learner to understand what whistleblowing is, how to blow the whistle and what protections there are for those who do so.
• What is not, whistleblowing
• The protection provided for whistleblowers
• How to make a whistleblowing disclosure
• The position regarding whistleblower confidentiality
• What happens after the whistle has been blown
• Where to get whistleblowing help
Course Level: Awareness
Certification Duration: 2 Years
Time to complete: 365 days from purchase