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Prevention and Detection of Fraud

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Session Schedule Location Tuition Status
Oct 25 - Oct 27, 2017
08:30 - 16:30 , WED-FRI
Washington , DC $899 O
Nov 14 - Nov 16, 2017
08:30 - 16:30 , TUE-THU
Denver , CO $899 O
Mar 05 - Mar 07, 2018
08:30 - 16:30 , MON-WED
Washington , DC $899 O
May 23 - May 25, 2018
08:30 - 16:30 , WED-FRI
Washington , DC $899 O
Jun 05 - Jun 07, 2018
08:30 - 16:30 , TUE-THU
Atlanta , GA $899 O
Jul 18 - Jul 20, 2018
08:30 - 16:30 , WED-FRI
Washington , DC $899 O
Aug 06 - Aug 08, 2018
08:30 - 16:30 , MON-WED
San Francisco , CA $899 O
Aug 13 - Aug 15, 2018
08:30 - 16:30 , MON-WED
Washington , DC $899 O
Sep 25 - Sep 27, 2018
08:30 - 16:30 , TUE-THU
Washington , DC $899 O
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Course overview

Explore the legal statutes on fraud. Learn both the legal and layman's definitions of fraud, and the nature, causes and types of white-collar crimes. Become familiar with your professional audit responsibilities for designing audit procedures to detect fraud. Discover the role of internal controls and supervision in preventing fraud, and become familiar with audit procedures proven effective in detecting fraud. Discuss the role of auditors in reporting illegal acts and working with investigators to prosecute fraud. Practice fraud detection methods in multiple case exercises. UPDATED TO REFLECT THE REVISED 2014 INTERNAL CONTROL STANDARDS ISSUED BY THE COMPTROLLER GENERAL.

Who should attend?

Auditors with financial and performance auditing experience and who seek a practical professional approach to fraud prevention and detection. Program managers may also find the course beneficial, as well as anyone preparing to take the CGAP Exam. Level: All.

Learning outcomes

  • Cite auditor responsibilities for the prevention and detection of fraud
  • Describe the circumstances under which fraud is committed and who commits it
  • Define fraud and explain its elements
  • Identify common indicators and detection techniques associated with fraud
  • Describe the classic fraud schemes
  • Describe the federal rules of evidence for prosecuting fraud
  • Identify factors relevant to auditor cooperation with investigators and the timing and content of investigative audits

Course outline

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            Module 1 &ndash;
            Understanding Fraud
        </li><br>
        <li>
            Module 2 &ndash;
            Audit Guidelines and Standards
        </li><br>

        <li>
            Module 3 &ndash;
            Fraud Prevention
        </li><br>

        <li>
            Module 4 &ndash;
            Fraud Detection
        </li><br>

        <li>
            Module 5 &ndash;
            Utilizing the Computer to Detect Fraud
        </li><br>

        <li>
            Module 6 &ndash;
            The Investigative Process
        </li><br>
    </ul>
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