What makes this course unique
Welcome to your online modules set to assist you in your Ethical Procurement Compliance Training. The Queensland Government Procurement (QGP) Compliance Branch, in conjunction with Helix Legal, have collaborated to deliver insight for those working in and providing procurement services for Queensland Government.
How the course works
This training is focused on how to best meet your obligations when engaging suppliers…
There are 10 Modules for you to look at while working through the training:
Module 1 – Introduction
Module 2 – Ethical Supplier Threshold
Module 3 – Ethical Supplier Mandate
Module 4 – Due Diligence
Module 5 – Procurement Templates and Contract Documentation
Module 6 – Overview of the Non-Compliance Process
Module 7 – Pre-Investigation
Module 8 – The Investigation Process
Module 9 – How to Conduct the Investigation
Module 10 – Post Investigation
The Modules are made up of 3 components:
Use the resources developed to deepen your understanding
Apply what you have learnt in a factual scenario
Complete your assessment Quiz each Module
The Resources have been designed to assist you along the way during your two-day course and the Exercises have been developed to apply your knowledge along the way. Note that not all Modules will contain an Exercise. Once we have gone through the Module, you will have the opportunity to test your knowledge using the Quiz.
Getting help along the way
We encourage you to ask questions and seek clarification on anything you don’t understand throughout this training. Don’t be afraid to stick your hand up to ask a question!
Now that you’re up to speed with how it all works, it’s time to jump in. Click on “Next Module” below to move to the first topic.
The information in this training relates to the laws in Queensland. We recommend that you contact Helix Legal on (07) 31021367 if your training needs relate to work carried out outside of Queensland.
The contents of this training should not be taken as legal or accounting advice. This training package does not constitute legal advice or accounting advice and professionals must always be consulted in the application of issues to the particular circumstances you face.