The power of ethics – 5 course pack


BPP are offering ACCA members a number of courses that support you with the power of ethics. This covers everything from ethical conduct in the capacity of working practices to social and cultural responsibilities of colleagues..

Please select 5 courses from the list below before checking out your order.


CPD Points: 5

CPD Duration (hours): 5

Access: 12 months from purchase date

Price: £99.00 (excludes VAT)

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Change is inevitable. Disruptive technologies, globalisation, ever-increasing competition and uncertainties in the political and economic contexts all result in change upon change to the organisations in which we work.

It is quite natural to fear change and want to cling on to the security of the status quo - change can be difficult and stressful and it can cause us a lot of anxiety. But it doesn’t need to be that way. Change can also bring opportunities of which we can take advantage: progress and growth on individual, organisational and societal levels all come from change.

This course looks at positive responses to change so that the individual and the organisation can prosper through change and use it to their advantage.

Leadership and management 1

Managers in all types of organisations will find themselves dealing with ‘misconduct’ issues in the workplace at various stages of their career, often on a regular basis. The types of ‘misconduct’ can range from unauthorised absence from work, excessive personal use of the telephone or internet, using obscene or offensive language in the workplace, complaints by clients, customers or colleagues about the employee’s conduct, to breach of certain terms of the contract, violence at work, harassment and theft or fraud.

The law surrounding ‘unfair dismissal’ impacts substantially on the way in which managers, who have responsibility for ‘employees’, are able to manage conduct issues and run any business or organisation effectively.

Business law 1.5

Most organisations have to deal with employment tribunal claims at some stage. Despite the number of employment tribunal claims having dropped over recent years, the prospect of being on the receiving end of an employment tribunal claim can be daunting for managers, whatever their role and the type of organisation. Hardly a month goes by without a key employment tribunal case being reported in the press.

This online course will give you the knowledge and confidence to deal with any employment tribunal claim which lands on your desk efficiently and effectively.

Business law 1.5

Stress is becoming more common as a cause of sickness absence. Managing stress in the workplace can be sensitive, difficult and time-consuming for managers. It can be linked to high levels of staff turnover and can impact on the everyday running of an organisation.

Having the knowledge and confidence to manage the stress levels of your employees and ensuring that you tackle any issues at the earliest opportunity, should lead to a better working environment for everyone and reduce the risk of stress-related legal claims.

Business law 1.5

This course takes a detailed look at the statutory directors’ duties under the Companies Act 2006 and gives practical guidance on compliance with them. This course would benefit anyone engaged with managing or advising companies.

Business law 1

This course summarises the key provisions of the General Data Protection with regards to security. It explains what the key changes are and what needs to be done in response to them.

Business law 1.5
Business law 1.5

Businesses may feel that they want or need to streamline their staff numbers for a variety of reasons. The most common reason is a downturn in the fortunes of a business or its complete closure, but redundancies can also result from changes in working practices such as the introduction of new technology or a new shift pattern. A business is not required to demonstrate that it has financial problems in order legally to make redundancies, the law in this area permits employers to organise their staff in ways best suited to their business, subject to the legal safeguards provided by the redundancy legislation.

Business law 1

Finance professionals providing their services perform a key role, acting as gatekeepers to the financial sector. These services can be exploited by criminals to launder the proceeds of their unlawful activity. As professionals working in a regulated sector, staff need to be able to recognise high risk business activities and be aware of the anti-money laundering regime, as failure to comply with legal and regulatory obligations can result in serious consequences for an organisation or an individual.

This course delivers an understanding of responsibilities under the Money Laundering Regulations 2017 and the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002, with guidance on promoting an effective risk-based approach, ensuring compliance with staff obligations.

This course is aimed at finance professionals providing services as an auditor, external accountant, insolvency practitioner, tax adviser, and trust or company service provider.

Business law 1

The law surrounding “unfair dismissal” impacts substantially on the way in which managers, who have responsibility for “employees”, are able to run any business or organisation effectively.

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