The Alliance for Integrity proposes a three-step training programme
that aims to strengthen compliance capacities of companies.
Step 1: Train-the-Trainer Workshop
Step 2: Corruption Prevention Training for SMEs
Step 3: Support Desk
The training programme of the Alliance for
Integrity seeks to assist companies in developing and implementing
effective corruption prevention systems. Major companies with
established compliance systems become trainers and support small and
medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) with little experience in countering
corruption by transferring their knowledge and experiences. The
companies gain practical tools to solve problems related to the
corruption and to increase their competitiveness.
The Train-the-Trainer Workshop is the first step of the Alliance for
Integrity's training programme.
Compliance Officers and personnel responsible for wider business
integrity issues from major companies receive the tools and methods to
become trainers on basic concepts of anti-corruption for small and
During the first day of the workshop, an international expert will
familiarize the participants with the training material developed by the
Alliance for Integrity. The participants also receive tools and methods
to become trainers such as teaching and communication techniques.
Furthermore, the group of participants will collect practical cases most
relevant to the local context by sharing experiences and knowledge.
On the second day, all participants will take part in the Corruption
Prevention Training for SMEs. During this training they act as observers
while the training is given by the international expert. Trainers can
already test their skills and give parts of the training under the
supervision of the expert.
After successfully completing the two-day workshop, participants can
become affiliated with the Alliance for Integrity as trainers and will
be assigned in groups of trainers to conduct Corruption Prevention
Training sessions for SMEs.
Who can take part?
Participation is open to all experienced Compliance Officers and
personnel responsible for wider business integrity issues of major
Ideally, participants of the Train-the-Trainer Workshop should have
experience in implementing compliance measures as well as knowledge of
the legal background and an understanding of the local business culture.
We are looking forward to working with you.
What is in it for you?
Becoming a trainer for the Alliance for Integrity comes with a number of benefits:
> Access to an international network
> Share experience and knowledge with others
> Learn from good practice examples
> Connect to relevant stakeholders in the public sector and civil society
> Communicate your stance on integrity to your supply chain and business partners
> Participate in conferences and workshops of the Alliance for Integrity
Florian Lair, Alliance for Integrity, Germany
Florian Lair works for the Alliance for Integrity which is implemented by the
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH in Berlin,
Germany. He is responsible for content development and the implementation of
the Alliance for Integrity’s training programme. Prior to his career with GIZ,
Florian studied international relations in Berlin, Moscow and Hong Kong.