Reporting of Corrupt Conduct - eLearning Course

We provide a range of nationally recognised qualifications (local government specific) and council-specific non-accredited short courses as well as other professional development training options.

Who should Attend?

The “Reporting of Corrupt Conduct” eLearning course has been developed for all Queensland local government employees.

Learning Outcomes

On completion of this course, course participants will be able to identify the background and purpose of the compulsory reporting obligation under the Act; understand important terminology in particular, the term “corrupt conduct”; and use the four elements of corrupt conduct to decide on actions. 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 Summary

This course has been developed to provide Queensland local government employees with an understanding of the Crime and Corruption Act 2001 and Council’s compulsory reporting obligations.

eLearning Course details

eLearning Course Topics
Corrupt Conduct
Notification obligations
What is the CCC?
What is reasonable suspicion?
What is conduct?
What is corrupt conduct?
Examples and Reporting
Examples of Corrupt Conduct
Abuse of a public officer
Bribery, extortion
Obtaining or offering a secret commission
Fraud and others
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

Approximately 60 minutes


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