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Overview

The Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) launched the National Anti-Money Laundering Learning Centre on 22 November, 2010 which provides electronic computer based training (CBT) courses targeting officials from financial institutions and various law enforcement agencies in Fiji. Brochure

The Computer Based Training (CBT) provides courses electronically via stand-alone computers. The e-courses involve high quality voice, picture, graphics, videos, animations, interactions, simulations and tests. This ensures that participants have an effective and enjoyable learning experience.

The e-courses available at the AML Learning Centre have been developed by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) using subject experts from around the world.
These UNODC e-courses are considered world-class having been delivered in more than 50 countries and more than 20 languages.

The objective of the e-courses is to provide participants with basic knowledge and understanding of common and emerging organised crimes occurring globally and in Fiji.
The e-course aims to assist participants with preventing, detecting, investigating and prosecuting such crimes.

The CBT courses enable law enforcement officials to have a better understanding of serious organised crimes resulting in more effective investigation and prosecution of these crimes.
Financial institution staffs will develop better understanding of money laundering processes and the role and responsibilities in combating money laundering.

The CBT courses are available free-of-charge to all interested participants. Participants may undertake the courses at a time suitable to them. Please note that the courses are offered throughout the year and on an on-going basis.

 
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