IntegriCamp classes started on 26 March. In the presence of our Director, Camilo Enciso, and anti-corruption expert Michel Levien, participating students received the first four hour training session focused on the history of corruption, current theories on the subject, and the differents methods associated with this phenomenon.
The class was ‘phygital’ – that is to say a combination of in-person and virtual – with national and international participants. Over 25 students attended in person, and over 80 people connected virtually. It is worth mentioning that in order to optimise the roll-out of in-person classes, Banco de Bogotá has made its facilities available for face-to-face sessions.
The course induction session also included a presentation from the Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico – an educational institution that has joined this initiative in order to certify students who complete the course.