Develop an understanding of the threats posed by employees within an organisation and learn how to apply internal security and fraud management.
Our Internal Security and Fraud Management Techniques course teaches you how to prepare for and identify the different types of fraud perpetrated by employees. It provides a robust methodology for identifying risk and measuring that risk across departments and functions.
The one-day course is run on various dates throughout the year – to find out when the next date is, or to speak to one of our training team please email us.
Staff dismissed for fraudulent activity - or who resign before being found out - can move freely from one employer to another, potentially perpetrating more frauds. It's often a lack of employee recruitment checks and controls that lies at the heart of the employee fraud problem.
Our course helps you develop a good line of defence in stopping the criminals placing individuals inside your organisation, which includes:
The course is a mixture of formal presentation, scenario-based exercises and question and answer sessions. It is delivered by Cifas partners Stork Ltd, experts in pre-employment screening and internal fraud awareness.
This course is suitable for anyone who works in a fraud team at any level (from analyst to manager). It’s also suitable for security and internal audit staff.
At the end of this one-day course you will be able to:
Our trainer can hold the course in-house on your premises, or at our Cifas offices in central London. Please email us outlining your requirements and we can get back to you to discuss a quote.
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