(Note: this concerns the combined course consisting of the basic course Confidential Advisor Undesirable Behaviour (VPOO) and the course Confidential Advisor Integrity (VPI). If desired, you can also follow just the three-day basic course Confidential Advisor Undesirable Behaviour on the first three dates mentioned above.)
The Working Conditions Act obliges organisations – with more than 35 employees – to pursue a policy to prevent psychosocial workload and to protect employees against the consequences of sexual harassment, bullying, aggression and work pressure. The appointment of a confidential advisor is an important contribution to this. Our basic training provides a solid basis for successfully getting started in this role.
Relatively new is the interest in acting with integrity in the broader sense, often expressed in (integrity) policy with regard to reporting abuses, such as fraud. More and more organisations realise the added value of an explicitly formulated ‘ethical organisation’. An Integrity (I) confidant can play a key role in this.
You will be provided an answer to these questions and much more during the Basic Training. You will become acquainted with both the theoretical and the practical aspects. The training is evidence-based, but certainly also experience-based. During the training, attention is paid to social thinking about desirable and undesirable behaviour within labour organisations.
After following the basic training:
Our training to become a confidential counsellor for undesirable behaviour is accredited by the National Association of Confidential Advisors. After completing the course you will receive a certificate upon successful participation. You can use this to register with the Association and register as a certified OG counsellor. The costs of this membership and registration are not included in the training.
The requirements that you must meet to be certified are listed in the LVV certificate scheme and described on the website.