BCAC offers training on ” Why and how to create a culture of integrity within a company.” More specifically, BCAC proposes an approach for developing and implementing ethics and compliance Program in business. This training also provides a platform for exchange and networking between companies engaged in the fight against corruption.
Through capacity building and workshops, advisory support, and post-training monitoring.
The BCAC has at its disposal a pool of experts and practitioners, and has developed toolkit in business ethics and compliance, including a good practice guide, training modules, an a collection of various laws related to the fight against corruption, all of which is available on its website.
Length of training
BCAC offers one-day training programs, but can also provide longer bespoke training programs to suit individual companies’ needs.
Trainings is offered to all organisations established in Cameroon: Sub-contractors, subsidiaries and branches of multinationals; Small, medium size and large companies; Professional associations.
Our competitive advantages
Free training and experience sharing; Free training tools; Theoretical and practical expertise; Individual monitoring of companies.
Coaching is the next step after training and consists of supporting individuals and companies who have already been trained.
How coaching works?
BCAC coaching covers two aspects: Assessment of specific needs of the companies assignment of a coach to provide support and advice to meet the specifics needs of the company. However, the company is responsible for the implementation of the program.
BCAC’s human resources
Project Manager: main interface with member organisations; Qualified and available coaches chosen among ethics and compliance officers within their organisations.
How do you benefit from coaching offered by BCAC?
Companies wishing to take advantage of coaching must:
Participate in training provided by BCAC;
Be commited at senior level, to the implementation of Ethics and Compliance Programs internally, and dedicate human resources to its implementation;
Commit to providing feedback to the Project Manager and participate in meetings to share experiences with other member companies.
FOLLOW-UP & COMMUNICATION
Generally, follow-up means monitoring member companies progress in implementing Ethics and Compliance Programs. BCAC then reports on this progress to its members and a wider public to promote anti-corruption practice in the private sector.
Follow-up includes: regular assessment of progress in implementing Ethics and Compliance Programs and identification of problems faced by the companies; Tailored support to adress concerns raised by coaches or other experts (TI Cameroon, NACC…); Processing complaints about corrupt acts through the CONAC’s autonomous whistle blowing system; Sharing experiences on the BCAC’s virtual platform.
Communication is done mainly through:
Dissemination of information via the BCAC’s website;
Two communication events a year;
Who does the follow-up & communication ?
The Project Manager is responsible for relaying information between different actors;
The coaches are responsible for monitoring member companie’s progress and reporting to the Project Manager;
Member companies are encouraged to share their experiences and expertise.