Tailor Basel Open Learning to your organisation’s needs with your logo, colours, font and content. At the same time, you can offer all self-paced eLearning courses available on Basel LEARN to your staff members for free.
Costs are low, as you’ll be taking advantage of open-source software and the training expertise of the Basel Institute. Plus, your fully functional learning management system can be set up in minutes and available to your organisation in a few days.
Basel Open Learning is customisable to your design and needs. You are in control of your platform: Subscribe staff members of your organisation, enroll them in courses and assess their learning progress. Create your own courses to support your professional development programme. You can import and export courses, users and progress at any time.
Analysing suspicious transactions for activities related to money laundering or the financing of terrorism is a core function of Financial Intelligence Units (FIUs).
In this course, you will learn to assess the risk of suspicious activity and analyse suspicious transaction reports (STRs).
Open-source intelligence (OSINT) is a central element of most corruption and money laundering investigations. The information and evidence you can gather from publicly available sources can make the difference between a successful investigation and a dead end. Through a simulated investigation, this course will help you learn the basics of how to prepare, conduct and report an OSINT undertaking.
Anti-money laundering and counter financing of terrorism (AML/CFT) systems and enforcement are strengthening around the world. As a result, it is increasingly essential for practitioners to have a clear and up-to-date understanding of terrorist financing threats, as well as how to identify, analyse and report them. This course addresses those needs.
For most investigators, Excel is the tool of choice to analyse financial
information. In this course, you will use Excel to organise and analyse
large volumes of data such as banking records, invoices, phone records
and commercial transactions.
The Source and Application of Funds Analysis is a simple yet powerful method to prove unknown or illegal income in a corruption or money laundering case when direct evidence is not available. It is also a crucial tool in cases of illicit enrichment in countries where this is criminalised.
Corruption and money laundering investigations often involve complex structures of persons, companies and other entities. This is challenging to present to a supervisor or colleagues, or even in a courtroom. A graph or diagram depicting the relationships between entitles in the case and the flows of money between them can make it easier for others to understand.
Thank you very much Basel Institute on Governance for creating amazing Learning courses on financial crime investigations.
I have completed "Open-source Intelligence" and "Operational Analysis of Suspicious Transaction Reports" and I can highly recommend them to anyone [...].
I recently completed the online course Open-source Intelligence by Basel Institute on Governance and I have to say, this is an amazing e-learning course full of useful tools, methods and resources, which was a good refresher and taught even me a couple of new tricks! I can highly recommend this course to anyone interested/working in intelligence, finance, tech, security etc!
Very well tailored interactive course! Leading you through real case study case step by step until report writing at the end. Great job Basel Institute on Governance
Simply send us a request. We will set up an initial discussion with you and a demonstration of the platform. If you decide to move forward, and after agreeing on the terms, we will setup your environment and tailor it to your needs. You will receive a training on how to use all the features of Basel Open Learning.
We are currently not offering this possibility.
Yes, Basel Open Learning can be set up to use a subdomain of your organisation. E.g. learn.myorganisation.com.
This greatly depends on the services you want to make use of and on the number of participants you envisage using your platform. The costs consist of a one-time fee for setting up the environment and an initial training, a monthly fee for hosting and updating the service and variable costs based on your requests (e.g. development of training curriculum, custom made courses, etc.). Since we are a non-profit organisation and use free open-source software, the costs to you will probably be significantly lower than a commercial solution.
The Basel Institute has long-standing experience in developing and conducting on-site and online training for public agencies in the fields of anti-corruption, anti-money laundering and asset recovery. We are also well-known for planning and creating self-paced eLearning modules in these areas. Get in touch with us to discuss your needs and the possibilities.
The platform itself is available in most of the languages that exist world-wide. The eLearning courses we offer online are available in English. Most of them are in the process of being translated into Spanish, French and Portuguese. Translations to other languages may be possible: please contact us.