TRAINING DAYS: 5
(4 days of training + 1 day exam)
EXAM RETAKE POSSIBLE?
Yes. Free one more exam in 12 months
WHAT IS INCLUDED?
Training, PECB exam and certification
Why Should You Attend?
The benefits of implementing an anti-bribery management system (ABMS) based on ISO 37001 are manifold: helping the organization avoid or mitigate the costs, risks, and damage of involvement in bribery, promoting trust and confidence, encouraging due diligence and ethically sound business dealings, etc. To gain such benefits for your organization, you must be equipped with the knowledge and skills required to establish, implement, manage, maintain, and continually improve an ABMS. For that, the PECB ISO 37001 Lead Implementer training course is the right place to be. The training course aims to provide in-depth understanding of ISO 37001 requirements, as well as the best practices and approaches used for the implementation and subsequent maintenance of the management system.
By attending the training course, you can help organizations comply with anti-bribery laws, as well as establish controls within the organization that proactively contribute in combating bribery and contribute to the creation of a culture of integrity, transparency, openness, and compliance.
After attending the training course, you can take the exam. If you pass, you can apply for the “PECB Certified ISO 37001 Lead Implementer” credential. Internationally recognized and IAS accredited, the “PECB ISO 37001 Lead Implementer” certificate validates your professional capabilities and competences to implement an ABMS in an organization based on the requirements of ISO 37001.
Who Should Attend?
This training course will enable you to:
The main requirements for participating in this training course are: a basic knowledge of ISO management system standards, a general understanding of ISO 37001, and an awareness of the MS implementation principles.
Day 1: Introduction to ISO 37001 and the initiation of an ABMS
Day 2: Implementation plan of an ABMS
Day 3: Implementation of an ABMS
Day 4: ABMS continual improvement and preparation for the certification audit
Day 5: Certification exam
The PECB Certified ISO 37001 Lead Implementer exam fully meets the requirements of the PECB Examination and Certification Program (ECP). It covers the following competency domains:
Domain 1: Fundamental principles and concepts of an anti-bribery management system
Domain 2: Anti-bribery management system (ABMS) requirements
Domain 3: Planning of an ABMS implementation based on ISO 37001
Domain 4: Implementation of an ABMS based on ISO 37001
Domain 5: Monitoring and measurement of an ABMS based on ISO 37001
Domain 6: Continual improvement of an ABMS based on ISO 37001
Domain 7: Preparation for an ABMS certification audit
1. Certification fees are included in the exam price.
2. Training material of over 450 pages of information and practical examples will be provided.
3. An attestation of course completion worth 31 CPD (Continuing Professional Development) credits will be issued to participants who have attended the training course.
4. In case of exam failure, candidates can retake the exam once for free within 12 months following the initial exam date.
Upon the successful completion of the exam, you can apply for one of the credentials shown on the table below. You will receive a certificate once you fulfill all the requirements related of the selected credential.
The PECB ISO 37001 Implementer certification scheme has the following requirements:
Note: PECB certified individuals who possess the Lead Implementer and Lead Auditor credentials are qualified for the respective PECB Master credential, given they have taken four additional Foundation exams related to this scheme. For more detailed information about the Foundation exams and the overall Master credential requirements, go to https://pecb.com/en/master-credentials.
To be considered valid, the implementation activities should follow best practices and include the following:
1. Drafting an ABMS implementation plan
2. Initiating an ABMS implementation
3. Implementing an ABMS
4. Monitoring, measuring, and maintaining an ABMS
5. Identifying and acting upon continual improvement opportunities