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Wouldn’t it be great if life were like the movies? There’d be good guys and bad guys. And the good guys would always know the right thing to do. But life is rarely that straightforward. It’s sometimes hard to know when to step up and report wrongdoing. It’s hard to be a whistle-blower.

Whistleblowing is raising a concern with someone in authority when you see wrongdoing, risk, or malpractice that could harm others. But it’s not easy stepping forward, and there are things you need to consider before you make a report. This course will tell you everything you need to know.

Outline Learning Objectives:

  • Recognise when whistleblowing is necessary to protect others from wrongdoing, risk, or malpractice
  • Differentiate between whistleblowing and personal grievances
  • Identify the key steps in making a report to ensure confidence in your claims
  • Understand how the law applies to whistle-blowers to protect yourself from legal breaches

Why take this course?

Anyone could find themselves in a situation where they need to blow the whistle. This course will help you see when whistleblowing is needed to protect others. It’ll help you understand the difference between personal grievances and whistleblowing issues. It’ll also help you feel confident in the key reporting steps and understand how the law applies to whistle-blowers.