About this course

The introduction of The Treasury Laws Amendment (Enhancing Whistleblower Protections Act) 2019 made various changes to whistleblowing laws for companies and corporations. This course provides participants with an overview of the effect of these changes and in doing so enables participants to understand the interaction of whistleblower legislation and industrial relations.

On completing this course, learners will understand:

  • the organisational benefits from implementing a transparent whistleblowing process.

  • what whistleblowing is and the kinds of disclosures that are protected.

Maximum number of attendees:

​24 at EMA Consulting training facility
24 at client premises

Who should participate?

This course has been designed to raise general awareness around whistleblowing and is therefore suitable for frontline employees through to Executive Management.

Relevant to

  • Leadership
  • Employee Relations

Course Content

Provides knowledge and practical skills in:

  • What are the organisational benefits?

  • Protected whistleblowing occurs when?

  • Who is an eligible whistleblower?

  • What is a qualifying disclosure?

  • What is an eligible recipient?

  • Key Exemptions

  • Whistleblowing Policy

  • Confidentiality and anonymity

  • Penalties

Course Details

Group Training

90 Minute Course

Available Face-to-face or online


NB: (excludes GST) plus reasonable travel and accommodation expenses when face-to-face training is delivered outside of the Adelaide metropolitan area.

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