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Who should Attend?
This Public Interest Disclosure (PID) course is suited to Queensland local government officers at all levels. It has been developed and contextualised to include local government scenarios.
Participants will gain an understanding of Public Interest Disclosure, the Act, procedures around completing a PID and the roles of all stakeholders in the PID process. Peak’s online program provides a range of multiple-choice, true or false and interactive case scenarios that are used to assess knowledge gained from this training program
eLearning Course Summary
Our eLearning course outlines the Public Interest Disclosure 2010 Act, the purpose and objectives of the Act and the processes required to make a PID.
eLearning Course details
|eLearning Course Topics|
|What is a Public Interest Disclosure?|
|Introduction to PID and the PID Act 2010 (the Act)|
|The Act and PID procedures purpose and objectives of the Act|
|What is a Public-Sector Entity?|
|What are the fundamental requirements for a PID?|
|Public interest information|
|Appropriate disclosure (subjective or objective?)|
|Proper authority and legislation|
|Procedures to deal with PIDS|
|Making a PID|
|Prior to making a PID and how to report|
|After a submission and when no action is required|
|Benefits of PIDs and consequences of not disclosing|
|Delivery & location|
|This online course has been developed by Peak Services. Courses can be delivered via your own Learning Management System or by access to the course on our LMS. Certificates of completion can be printed on successful completion of your online training program. Please contact us to discuss your course purchases on 07 3000 2148 or email@example.com|
Approximately 45 minutes