This online course on whistleblower rights and protections will help employees, contractors and volunteers identify and call out misconduct and harmful behaviour. It will help people come forward with their concerns and ensure they understand their rights and protections if they do.
This online whistleblower rights and protections course is legally compliant and kept up to date with legislation for all states and territories in Australia and has been written in partnership with Mills Oakley Law Firm for Australia.
This whistleblower training is suitable for all people or groups including employees, contractors and volunteers.
The following topics are covered in this whistleblower online learning:
This whistleblower rights and protections eLearning course will take approximately 15 minutes to complete.
This online course for whistleblower rights and protections is simple to navigate, easy to understand and will accommodate all learning styles. It can be delivered through the Sentrient online workplace compliance system or human resource management platform, or via your existing learning management system, if you already have one. During this whistleblower training, learners will undertake case studies and learning activities to reinforce practical ways to ensure they understand their rights and protections if they ‘blow the whistle’. At the end of this whistleblower course there is a short online assessment. There is also a declaration that everyone who becomes aware of misconduct, dishonesty or illegal activity will report it.
At the end of this course for whistleblower rights and protections, your employees, contractors and volunteers will be able to:
Once your people have completed this online whistleblower course you will achieve the following benefits:
The whistleblower rights and protections training can be completed as stand-alone eLearning or it can be rolled out with other Sentrient online workplace compliance training at induction and as regular refresher training. Other compliance topics by Sentrient include equal employment opportunity, ergonomics, internet and social media, manual handling, privacy, sexual harassment, work health and safety and workplace bullying.