Built by experienced compliance consultants and ex-regulators, Newgate Compliance's Training Centreis a dynamic e-learning solution that helps businesses meet their mandatory training requirements and build cultures of compliance.
As regulations continue to evolve, the compliance procedures that businesses and their staff adhere to must evolve alongside them.
Newgate Compliance, an Ocorian-owned London-based compliance consultancy offers an online compliance training platform to meet this need, enabling both individuals and business to fulfil their mandatory training requirements.
With over 20 compliance courses on offer, the courses cover mandatory topics for regulated firms such as:
- market abuse
- anti-tax evasion
- senior managers and certification regime
- data protection
Courses are driven by real world examples, interactive scenarios and questionnaire tests, with each course updated in-line with the regulatory environment so you can stay on top of the latest developments. View the full course catalogue here.
Whether as a mandatory obligation, refresher training, or to improve your career prospects, the courses ensure you gain a solid understanding of core compliance issues. Start instantly online and learn at your own pace.
Features of Newgate Training Centre courses
- Quick execution and delivery
- Comprehensive audit trail
- Interactive real-world case studies
- Flexible online solution
- Thorough coverage of core regulatory modules
- Continually updated to reflect regulatory changes
- Cost-effective, year-round access to the entire range of courses
Aside from the virtual offering, Newgate consultants can also come to your office in order to minimise disruption, tailoring the level of the training to the knowledge and experience of the attendees and the regulatory requirements.
How to access
To find out how Newgate Compliance can assist you in this ever-demanding regulatory area, contact them at [email protected] for a free trial or for further information on how to reduce your compliance burden.
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