E-Learning Tools

These e-learning tools aim to support efforts to prevent fraud and corruption in projects financed by the World Bank by providing educational resources for private-sector entities, individuals, project implementation unit staff, and member country agencies that engage in World Bank-financed projects. The e-learning tools also are designed to support risk mitigation efforts related to World Bank investment lending operations by encouraging bidders interested in participating under World Bank-financed projects to consider incorporating integrity compliance programs into their business models.

To access the e-learning tools, users need to create an account with the World Bank's Open Learning Campus (OLC). Please download the OLC course login instructions.

Integrity Compliance Module
This module uses a game-based learning approach to provide an overall introduction to integrity compliance principles. The course was designed in the context of the World Bank's anti-corruption and sanctions frameworks, as well as generally applicable best practices in the integrity compliance area. The course contains hypothetical case-based scenarios that give participants the opportunity to apply the principles discussed.
SME Module
This module uses a game-based approach to provide learning for all interested parties but with a focus on integrity compliance in the context of small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). The content is based on the Integrity Compliance Guidelines and generally applicable best practices for SMEs. Case-based scenarios are integrated into the course.
Spot Common Red Flags Module
Project managers and key officials of PIUs can protect projects from fraud and corruption by watching out for common red flags.  This interactive module demonstrates how PIUs can use the red flag warnings to spot possible corruption and fraud risks at various project preparation and implementation stages, such as the typical stages World Bank projects go through. The module involves both information- and case-based learning and is meant to demonstrate how such flags may be detected.

Guidance Tool

The Integrity Compliance Guidance Tool is intended to help companies and individuals think through certain key considerations regarding the development and implementation of corporate integrity compliance programs. Learn More

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