The TASA: Anti-Bribery Specialist Accreditation is a comprehensive and rigorous training and accreditation program that can be completed entirely online at the learner’s own pace over the course of a year.
TASA enables professionals working in the growing field of compliance to distinguish themselves with demonstrated anti-bribery expertise and specialized knowledge. The program offers on-demand courses at the introductory, intermediate and advanced levels taught by a world-renowned faculty of industry and subject matter experts. TASA exams are available in Spanish and Portuguese*, as well as English, to supplement our multilingual course offerings and accommodate global candidates.
The TASA curriculum addresses core concepts in anti-bribery compliance, along with a broad range of region- and industry-specific topics students can select from to tailor their accreditation to meet their personal interests and professional goals.
Once graduated, students may self-select a specialization by region (LatAm, AsiaPac), subject matter (Business Integrity & Risk) and/or industry expertise (Oil, Gas & Energy; Financial Services; Tech & Telecom), positioning the TASA graduate to add real-world value to any organization. The accreditation is awarded by Tcompliance, a leading provider of widely benchmarked third party risk management solutions and compliance training.
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*TASA fundamental and advanced exams are available in Spanish and Portuguese. Currently, only certain specialization courses have quizzes available in Spanish and Portuguese.
TASA course content is comprehensive and the examinations challenging. Each course has been designed to provide candidates with practical, real-word insights that will enable graduates to set themselves apart from their colleagues as anti-bribery subject matter experts.
Providing foundational knowledge in a core set of both fundamental and advanced anti-bribery compliance concepts, TASA is divided into two substantive phases: Phase 1, Fundamentals; and Phase 2, Advanced. TASA graduates may also pursue a specializations by industry, region and subject matter.