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Negotiating Corruption

Live video training workshop, available on request

Learn practical techniques to manage low level corruption, ensuring your safety and that of your team, while also preventing local officials taking advantage of you and impacting your work.

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What you will learn

In this three-hour workshop, you will learn:

  • How to frame different types of corruption
  • How to assess the risk from corruption
  • How to manage your profile and activities to avoid being targeted by corrupt officials
  • How to respond to demands from corrupt officials

Workshop location

For the time being, this workshop is conducted by video only.

Training environment

This highly interactive training workshop will be conducted remotely over Zoom. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions and are encouraged to share their own knowledge and experiences.

Who should attend

This workshop is designed for organisations, with class sizes of between 8 to 18 people. For now, we're unable to offer this training to individuals.

The contents of this workshop are ideal for individuals who routinely travel to higher-risk countries, particularly to locations with high levels of corruption and a weak rule of law. This may include:

  • Business travellers
  • Non-government organisations
  • Journalists
  • Security specialists

Pre-requisites

There are no pre-requisites for this workshop.

Language

This workshop will be delivered in English, and all course handouts will be in English.

Workshop notes

The trainer will provide all participants a set of workshop notes.

Participants are encouraged to take their own notes during the workshop.

Assessment

There will be no formal assessment for this workshop.

Price

The price for this workshop is USD $280 per participant.

Contact us for corporate group pricing.

Bookings

To book this workshop, please contact using the button below.

For group bookings, please include the number of participants and your preferred date and venue.

To ensure an optimum environment for learning, the group size is restricted to a maximum of 18 people per workshop.

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The Field Guide to Personal Security

Want to learn more?

The Field Guide to Personal Security has a chapter focused on negotiating corruption.

View the guide