This intermediate-level course is aimed at those already working within fraud risk management who wish to enhance their knowledge and skills as well as those who are new to the discipline. It provides a comprehensive understanding of fraud threats, how to formulate an effective strategy to prevent these threats and how to manage the response when they occur. You will learn how to implement key fraud management strategies at your firm to manage the risk to your business. The course also explores international fraud management best practice and anti-fraud frameworks. This course is endorsed by the British Bankers' Association in the UK.
Who is this course suitable for?
- Fraud Prevention and Investigation officers
- Employees with responsibility for internal organisational fraud
- Internal Audit and Regulatory Staff
- Law enforcement
- Individuals who have completed the ICA Certifcate in Financial Crime Prevention
What will you learn?
- International context
- Global anti-fraud frameworks
- Understanding risks
- The 'Fraudster'
- Formulating an effective counter-fraud strategy
- Managing the response to fraud
- The future of fraud
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This course is open to anyone who is interested in pursuing a career in fraud prevention. However, the content of the programme requires students to possess:
- Sound educational background
- Good written English skills
How and where can you study?
You can study at home through online learning and attend two highly interactive workshops in London.
View details of upcoming workshop dates here.
If you are based in a country where workshops are not available, you will study by online learning with enhanced online and tutor support. Click here for more details about studying by online learning.
View details of upcoming online learning assignment submission & exam dates here.
All course material is now delivered online making it more accessible and environmentally sound.
How will you be assessed?
- One 1 hour and 45 minute open book examination
- One 2,000-2,500 word assignment
Can this course be taught in-house?
An in-house option is available for firms putting a minimum of 7 people onto the course. Benefits include a reduction in price and the ability to include bespoke material in the course delivery.
What does it cost?
£1550 (+ VAT or local taxes if applicable) Students from certain low GDP countries receive a 15% discount on this fee. View list of applicable countries here.
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