Awareness of Ethical Culture


Awareness of Ethical Culture Overview
This course provides an overview of the key components of an effective corporate culture as a promoter of ethical conduct, ways employees can help prevent fraud by being observant, and the benefits of whistleblowing programs, as mechanisms to capture instances of unethical conduct.
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WEBVTT (Music) Welcome to our course on awareness of ethical culture. This course is aimed at internal and external auditors, and governance, risk, and compliance professionals. In this course, we'll explore the integral parts of an ethical corporate culture and how it promotes ethical behavior, as well as the importance of employee vigilance in preventing fraud. Furthermore, the course highlights the benefits of whistle blowing programs as methods to catch and address unethical conduct. So join us as we provide you with key techniques for preventing and detecting fraudulent conduct and identifying ways to promote and audit corporate culture, ethics, and whistle blowing programs. Successful completion of the course earns one CPE credit. So let's get started. (Music)

Learning Style

On Demand


Entry Level



Who this course is for

Internal and external auditors, governance, risk and compliance professionals

NASBA Certified CPE

1 credits

Field of Study


Length of course




Advanced Preparation

4 Episodes

Here are the topics we'll cover

  • Course Overview
  • Awareness of Ethical Culture
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