Free ICAC Workshops in Albury

30 June 2017

Individual public officials can register for these workshops by completing the registration form on the ICAC website:


Places are limited, so please register as soon as possible.


The workshops being offered are:


Corruption prevention for managers
A practical workshop which focuses on developing an understanding of the nature of corruption, how and why corruption occurs and what managers can do to prevent it. - more information


Fact-finder: An introduction to conducting a fact finding investigation (for non-investigators)
This is an introductory workshop for those who may be required to conduct an internal fact-finding investigation into a complaint or allegations of staff wrongdoing, including misconduct or corrupt conduct. The workshop has a practical focus and includes how to plan, conduct, conclude and report on an internal investigation. Attention will also be given to the principles that underpin investigations, including confidentiality and procedural fairness. - more information


Corruption prevention in procurement and contract management 
This workshop assists managers and staff with responsibility for procurement activities to identify where the weaknesses in their systems and opportunities for corruption may be. It will also help participants understand what they can do to prevent corruption in the procurement context. - more information


Corruption prevention for planning professionals
This awareness-raising workshop is specifically designed for town planners and related public officials working within the NSW planning system. It helps these professionals understand what constitutes corrupt conduct and where opportunities for corruption are likely to be hidden. - more information


The ICAC also provides in-house training for NSW public officials. If you would like to book an in-house workshop for your organisation, please contact us.


For further information, assistance with registration or to book an in-house workshop, please send an email to