Training sessions for NTPS employees

Introduction to the NT ICAC

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The Office of the ICAC is presenting a series of free monthly courses which are designed to assist public sector employees understand the role and functions of the ICAC, as well as their obligation to report improper conduct to the ICAC.

Introduction to the NT ICAC is a one-hour session which helps public sector employees understand why the ICAC was established, and the impact that improper conduct has on all Territorians.

If you are a public sector employee and would like to find out who the ICAC can and cannot investigate, this course will cover the powers of the ICAC to identify and investigate improper conduct. Participants will also learn what improper conduct is and the protections that are available to people who report improper conduct to the ICAC.

Seating is limited and registrations are essential. No prerequisite training required.

Date: Thursday 25 July - FULLY REGISTERED
Time: 8.30 - 9.30am 
Location: Meeting Room E, Level 10 at Charles Darwin Centre, 19 Mitchell Street

Date: Friday 30 August - FULLY REGISTERED
Time: 8.30 - 9.30am 
Location: Meeting Room E, Level 10 at Charles Darwin Centre, 19 Mitchell Street

Date: Friday 30 September - FULLY REGISTERED
Time: 8.30 - 9.30am 
Location: Meeting Room E, Level 10 at Charles Darwin Centre, 19 Mitchell Street

Date: Friday, 15 November
Time: 8.30 - 9.30am 
Location: Meeting Room E, Level 10 at Charles Darwin Centre, 19 Mitchell Street

Date: Friday 6 December
Time: 8.30 - 9.30am 
Location: Meeting Room E, Level 10 at Charles Darwin Centre, 19 Mitchell Street

To register for any of the sessions, visit eventbrite.com.au.

Education and Training Tools

Over coming months, the ICAC will be releasing education and training tools for organisations and the general public. To contact the ICAC regarding the development of in-house education and training tools, please email icac.communications@icac.nt.gov.au.