Britannia launches anti-crime training

Britannia
Building Society has launched a new e-learning programme to help staff combat
money laundering.

Under
current law, financial institutions have a responsibility to ensure all staff
are kept-up-date with any anti-laundering procedures.

Britannia
has set-up an eight-module e-learning and assessment scheme to help meet these
responsibilities.

The
first six modules cover theory and teach staff how to correctly report
incidents and assess the risks of laundering.

Module
seven assesses the candidates and, if successful, they continue to the final
stage where they have to make judgements on a fictitious case study.

The
Vega-developed system also allows managers to review each learner’s progress
and see proof of their competence.

By Ross Wigham

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