ISO 37001 Introduction

Why should you attend?

ISO 37001 Introduction is a one-day training course which introduces you to the basic concepts and principles of anti-bribery management and provides an overview of the ISO 37001 requirements for an anti-bribery management system (ABMS). In this training course you will be acquainted with the requirements set out in clauses 4 to 10, along with explanations on the intent of each clause. In addition, the training course showcases the connection between ISO 37001 and other standards.

Who should attend?

The ISO 37001 Introduction training course is intended for:

  • Managers, consultants, and compliance officers wishing to get introduced to the ISO 37001 requirements for an ABMS
  • Personnel responsible for maintaining conformity to the ISO 37001 requirements in an organization
  • Personnel responsible for maintaining and improving ethical conduct
  • Members of AMBS implementation project teams
  • Individuals aspiring to pursue a career in anti-bribery management

Learning objectives

By the end of this training course, the participant will be able to:

  • Understand the main concepts of an anti-bribery management system (ABMS) and its processes based on ISO 37001
  • Understand the basic elements of an ABMS based on the requirements of ISO 37001

Educational approach

The training course is participant centered and contains:

  • Essay-type exercises and multiple-choice quizzes
  • Interactions between participants by means of questions and suggestions


There are no prerequisites to participate in this training course.

More Details

  • This one-day training course is comprised of the following sections:

    Section 1: Training course objectives and structure

    Section 2: Standards and regulatory frameworks

    Section 3: Fundamental concepts and principles of anti-bribery management

    Section 4: An overview of ISO 37001 requirements — Clauses 4 to 10

    Section 5: Closing of the training course

    • Training material of over 100 pages of information and practical examples will be provided.
    • An attestation of course completion worth 7 CPD (Continuing Professional Development) credits will be issued to participants who have attended the training course.

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