L’Agència Valenciana Antifrau ha celebrat, per segona vegada, el curs en línia tutoritzat “Prevenció de la corrupció en les administracions públiques” en col·laboració amb l’Institut Nacional d’Administració Pública.
The Valencian Anti-Fraud Agency has held, for the second time, the tutored online course “Prevention of corruption in public administrations” in collaboration with the National Institute of Public Administration.
The INAP, a benchmark institution in the training of personnel employed by public administrations, included this course in its 2022 Training Plan, aware of the need to continue raising awareness and raising awareness of the importance of fraud prevention and corruption in the public sector.
The online course has been developed between May 9 to 29, 2022 and has had new activities and content, compared to the first edition held in October 2021.
In addition to legislative developments in the area of prevention and fight against fraud and corruption, weekly one-hour conferences have been held, which have completed the contents of the course and have resolved doubts and expanded the information, responding to the interest shown by the students regarding different aspects of the course.
The more than 60 students who have actively followed the course in the forums and conferences are public employees of the local, regional and state administration, who provide their services in town halls, councils, ministries, AEAT, Social Security, Higher Sports Council, ADIF , CIEMAT (Center for Energy, Environmental and Technological Research) or the Court of Auditors, among other institutions.
Focusing on the strategies of prevention and fight against corruption in public administrations, the students have worked for three weeks on the most relevant concepts in the matter and obtain tools, recommendations and guides related to the prevention and fight against corruption. fraud and corruption in Spain. The contributions and reflections of the students have enriched the contents of the course and have highlighted some of the concerns of public servants in public integrity.
In the 15-hour course, the participants have shown special attention to the Spanish system of authorities in charge of preventing corruption, the IV Open Government Plan and Directive 2019/1937 on the protection of people that report on violations of Union Law and the preliminary draft presented by the Government of Spain, among other matters.
The AVAF teaching team, creator and promoter of the course, has been formed on this occasion by Anselm Bodoque, head of the Training Service, Pilar Moreno and Marita Oliver, training technicians of the Agency.