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TRACE upgrades TASA programme

TRACE International has updated its TASA anti-bribery specialist accreditation, including new course content and specialisations.

TASA, originally developed in 2011, is a year-long training and accreditation programme that offers a professional credential for anti-bribery compliance.

Featuring more than 100 courses, TASA has been designed by subject-matter experts to provide candidates with practical, real-word insights into corruption, anti-bribery and compliance.

After completing the fundamental and advanced courses, candidates have the option to pursue optional specialisations in a myriad of industries, regions and subject matters. 

Additionally, live TASA webinars are scheduled several times throughout the year, providing insight into current anti-bribery compliance topics and challenges.

www.traceinternational.org


 

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Timmers to leave Rotterdam

July 23 - Robert Jan Timmers is stepping down as business developer and business manager for breakbulk at the port of Rotterdam after more than ten years in the role.
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Hulst steps up at Pecém

July 22 - Corné Hulst has been named as operational director at the port of Pecém, Brazil.
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