Who can be charged for corruption?

Anti-Corruption
10 Lessons
01 Hour

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Course Description

The course covers various aspects of the Act, including the interpretation of its provisions and the different offences that it addresses. Participants will learn about key offences and penalties under the Act, such as Section 16 and 17, which deal with the bribery offences involving accepting and giving gratification, Section 18 for false claim offences, and Section 23, which deals with the prosecution of the offence of using office or position for gratification. Overall, this course provides a comprehensive understanding of offences under the Malaysia Anti-Corruption Commission Act 2009 and its application in practice.

 

What You Will Learn

  1. To familiarize with the types of offences that are covered under the MACC Act 2009. 
  2. To analyse the key provisions of the Act that relates to offences. 
  3. To identify and assess the potential risks of corruption and offences in various organisational context. 
  4. To understand importance of ethical behaviour and compliance with MACC Act 2009 
  5. To develop knowledge and skills required to promote a culture of integrity within an organisation.

 

Course Lessons

The first lesson is  a brief introduction to this course on who can be charged for corruption? We will be highlighting the common questions and perceptions of the public.
 


 

To have a general overview on what are the offences stated in MACC Act 2009. What are the common offences that individuals can be charged for under the MACC Act 2009?
 


 

To understand the elements of Section 16 and who can be prosecuted under Section 16.
 


 

To understand the elements of Section 17 and who can be prosecuted under Section 17.
 


 

To understand the elements of Section 18 and who can be prosecuted under Section 18.

To understand the elements of Section 23 and who can be prosecuted under Section 23.

The case study helps you understand how a person can be charged for corruption.

The case study helps you understand how a person can be charged for corruption.

The case study helps you understand how a person can be charged for corruption.

Learners are required to go through an assessment to evaluate their understanding on the types of offences and how a person can be prosecuted under the MACC Act 2009.

Who can be charged for corruption?
RM 70.00
Jan 02, 2024 - Dec 31, 2024
1 Course
01 Hour 10 Minutes
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Who can be charged for corruption?
10 Lessons
01 Hour