3 Full Days
Probity is required to comply with the values of the Australian Public Service when making financial decisions.
Within the context of the Australian Government, the word ‘probity’ refers to the evidence of ethical behaviour, in particularly when making ethical decisions. Probity is required to comply with the values of the Australian Public Service when making financial decisions.
This interactive 3-day course will be led by an experienced probity advisor and facilitator and covers the skills required to provide ethical leadership and to take responsibility for good probity practices within the public sector based on best practice approaches.
This course will include a hands-on approach to identify, implement, monitor, and report probity issues and risks. You will learn from practical activities based on realistic examples, case studies, and facilitator-led discussions.
This course is ideal for those with some experience in government procurement and have responsibilities within a procurement activity, including: