Training is one of the fundamental elements in crime prevention programmes to be implemented by any company, as it encourages ethical behaviour within the organisation by all its employees, regardless of their position within the Company’s hierarchy, in addition to highlighting the efforts made in the prevention of crime.
Its importance has been reflected in the guidelines set by the AENOR ISO 19600 standard, as it stresses that “… the objective of a training program is to ensure that all employees are competent to fulfil their professional role consistently with the Compliance culture within the organisation.
“A properly designed and executed training programme can provide an effective way for employees to communicate Compliance risks that would not have been previously identified…”.
Furthermore, control over training activities is absolutely necessary from an evidentiary point of view, to highlight the diligence and effort made by the company; thus, adequate traceability, storage and monitoring of evidence used is key.
VVR provides training in house, aimed at both the top management, other employees and third parties related to the organisation, adapting to the specific needs of the Company with the aim of involving everyone in a culture of Compliance.