Anti-Money Laundering and Combating The Financing Of Terrorism
(AML & CFT)
DATE: September 29th - 30th
In simple terms, money laundering is when the proceeds of crime make their way into the formal economy through a system of transactions designed to hide their true origins.As it becomes more prevalent in our society today, organisations must take proactive steps to define uncompromising standards of integrity, sensitize the workforce on organisation-wide framework for ensuring transparency and drive a culture that prevents corruption in all forms.
This practical and intensive programme is designed to sensitize participants on anti-money laundering systems, equipping them with requisite knowledge, skills and motivation to prevent, detect and dissuade corruption practices. It is detailed with a broad knowledge of the international and domestic Anti Money Laundering (AML) and Combating the Financing of Terrorism (CFT) regulatory environment and framework which includes guidelines from the Money Laundering (Prohibition) Act, 2004 (MLPA), Central Bank of Nigeria Anti-Money Laundering/Combating the Financing of Terrorism (AML/CFT) Regulation, 2009 and other AML/CFT Guidelines.
At the end of this programme, participants will be able to:
Practical steps for converting your classroom training to virtual sessions
Virtual talent development is becoming increasingly complex and requires a well-crafted strategic approach; from onboarding new hires to developing programmes that deliver required results in the ever changing business landscape.
Learner engagement and participation are major concerns when training virtually. Also, the difficulty associated with a critical component of virtual training - on the job application - cannot be underestimated.
Transitioning from traditional instructor-led training to virtual delivery can be daunting, but not insurmountable if the right steps and approach are adopted
Join us as we provide insights on how to best execute this transition
Developing Clear and Measurable Learning Objectives for Programmes
Learning objectives are often an underrated component of the programme design process, but this should not be the case. Smart objectives set the stage for meaningful and impactful learning by providing a distinct roadmap to desired performance outcomes.
The most effective learning objectives must be precise - allowing for observation, evaluation and tracking. Being a critical part of the learning design process, objectives must be carefully crafted using best practice standards to assure impactful and performance focused programmes Join our webinar to learn practical, easy-to-use techniques for developing measurable and outcome focused programme objectives