Having realised that fraud, corruption and money laundering were becoming the world’s greatest challenges and major hindrances to national developments, we found it necessary to introduce Forensic Accounting Training. The course is designed to help Accountants and law enforcement professionals develop an investigative eye towards both internal and external fraud and provide crucial information on how to cope with it when discovered. Advanced Forensic Accounting and Fraud Investigation is an intensive course that provides participants with the essential skills and knowledge to be forensic fraud investigators.
Participants will develop analytical skills to approach the investigation of fraud, corruption, and ethical irregularities and an understanding of the strategies and tools that can be used to achieve fraud prevention through strategic controls and a culture of compliance. the course provides an excellent supplement to any business or criminology course , or accounting designations, and will provide specialisation in the growing field of government and corporate fraud investigation, forensic accounting, and fraud prevention and compliance.
For professionals working in a related area such as law enforcement, banking, accounting, legal services, government or regulatory bodies, this course can provide the credentials needed for specialisation in this growing field. The course will provide preparation for the examination for ACFI’s entry–level Certified Forensic Technician (CFT) credential, and for those who have obtained three years of forensic investigation experience, for ACFI’s Certified Forensic Investigator (CFI) designation.
After completion of this course participants should be able to perform the following duties/assignments
- Corporate fraud investigations
- Corporate fraud prevention training and consultation
- Forensic accounting
- Economic loss quantification and valuations
- Law enforcement criminal investigations
- Computer investigations
- Business financial integrity assurance
- Internal audit and security assurance
- Government taxation, compliance and security assurance
- Who should to attend
- Enforcement Managers/Officers
- Internal auditor
- Audit Committee
- Risk and compliance specialists
- Parliamentary Accounts Committees (PAC)