CCT (Economic Sanctions)
Rhetoric between nations with opposing views can often be strained. When tensions are high, it is best to explore non-violent solutions as the human cost of war can be devastating. One method that a nation or global organisation may turn to in response to disputes is imposing sanctions on another nation or jurisdiction.
When sanctions are imposed, they become legally binding arrangements to restrict trade. Multinational corporations that fail to meet the standards set by governments and legislators face monetary penalties and can, themselves, be sanctioned by certain countries and financial institutions.
For organisations to implement a robust risk-based strategy, they must first understand the reasons for implementing economic sanctions.
International research, industry-specific examples and red-flag indicators are incorporated into ManchesterCF’s CCT (Economic Sanctions) program. Designed from an international perspective, the training program provides a comprehensive overview of the legislative environment that informs sanctions decisions and explores ways in which multinational corporations can mitigate the risk of violating sanctions.
The CCT (Economic Sanctions) program can be implemented with the following components:
- Digital textbook
- Computer-based training (customisable and SCORM-compliant)
- Multiple languages