This course is designed around best practice standards including Australian Standard AS8001-2003: Fraud and Corruption Control.
A key element of a best practice fraud and corruption management framework is employee awareness. In simple terms:
- The organisation must communicate the fact that it will not tolerate fraud and corruption.
- All staff, volunteers, contractors and suppliers must understand the ethical behaviours expected.
- People must be encouraged to provide information when they suspect fraud or corruption is occurring.
- Managers must be well trained and be aware of potential ‘red flags’.
- What is fraud and corruption?
- What types of fraud and corruption risks can exist in your organization?
- Why tackling fraud and corruption is important?
- Fraud red flags – the early warning signs of potential fraud.
- The characteristics of Typical Fraud Perpetrator and Characteristics to watch
- The role of effective internal controls in reducing fraud and corruption.
This course will help:
- Establish your organisation’s commitment to effective fraud and corruption control.
- Improve people’s awareness of fraud and corruption risks and highlights the importance of internal controls.
- Improve the overall effectiveness of your fraud and corruption management framework.
- Achieve one of the elements of best practice.
The course includes videos and case studies to make learning effective and memorable.