Application for Seminar
The promotion of the message of probity to the public has always been an important task of the CCAC in corruption prevention. The CCAC is willing to host various types of seminars for different sectors of society to enhance the public’s knowledge on combating and prevention of corruption as well as the culture of probity.
- Seminar for Civic Associations
- Seminar for School Students
- Seminar for Private Sector
- Seminar for Public Sector
Seminar for Civic Associations
The CCAC welcomes members of civic associations to visit the Branch Office at Areia Preta and participate in the seminars/discussion sessions. Through these activities, participants can strengthen their understanding of the work of the CCAC in areas such as anti-corruption, ombudsman and clean elections.
Seminar for School Students
Primary Schools: “New Generation of Integrity – Education Programme on Honesty for Primary Students” is an activity held at the Branch Office at Areia Preta to conduct integrity education in a lively and interesting way for primary students.
Secondary Schools: To carry out the “Education Programme on Honesty for Teenagers” and host themed seminars on topics such as integrity, honesty, fairness and justice and the value of money during classes or school assembly to guide the students to think about moral issues and values of life through real-life cases and focus of social issues.
Seminar for Private Sector
There are mainly the seminar introducing the law Prevention and Suppression of Bribery in the Private Sector and seminar on integrity awareness to promote clean and fair business practices and maintain a high integrity level.
If you are interested to invite the CCAC to host a seminar, please contact the Community Relations Department at 2832 6300.
Seminar for Public Sector
The CCAC organizes various types of seminars for public servants serving in different fields, including integrity and observance, noble character and righteous conduct, public procurement, declaration of incomes and properties and Ombudsman to strengthen the understanding of the relevant laws and reduce the risk of breaking the law inadvertently. In addition, the CCAC will also provide “tailor-made” training services in respond to the request of public departments.
If you are interested to invite the CCAC to host a seminar, please contact the Community Relations Department at 2832 6300 to discuss the date and theme of seminar.