Globally procurement fraud is now one of the biggest economic crimes perpetrated in the financial sector, one which is significantly underestimated by most institutions whose main focus is on market and credit risk.
This course explains the types of fraud experienced in procurement, how they work and what the best methods of detection are. It includes tips on what to look for both in terms of the organisation and the people who work in it.
The course is designed for anyone who has an interest in procurement fraud in then financial services sector, but particularly those who have been charged with undertaking a fraud investigation or an internal audit. It requires no previous fraud investigation experience.
This two hour course is divided into two modules of approximately 60 minutes each for the sake of convenience. It is recommended that module one is completed before module two for the sake of continuity and understanding.
- What is fraud?
- Chracteristics and trends
- the fraud triangle
- Contract fraud
- Contract pricing
- Fraud in financial institutions
- Combatting fraud
A series of 15 questions follows the second module to test whether the delegate had retained the information contained in the course.
120 minutes across 2 modules.
The user will receive a certificate in pdf format on successful completion of the elearning course.
Each purchase is for a licence for a single user. The user has access to all the elearning course material for 6 (six) months via our web based elearning platform.
For volume purchasers, your nominated administrator will be able to download:
A set of detailed reports in Excel format showing course completion data for all of your users; and
Copies of all certificates.