About The Course
Our Fraud Awareness for Managers e-learning course aims to educate you and your managers about what constitutes fraud and the impact fraud can have on your organisation, its employees and the wider economy. It will also show how all employees - including managers - have a responsibility to help combat fraud in the workplace.
Aims of the course
Through engaging and interactive learning and real-life case studies and scenarios, the course aims to outline what actions constitute fraud and the impact and consequences of actions.
It explores the behavioural and cultural triggers that can lead to incidents occurring (the “Fraud Triangle”) and shows the learner how to spot fraud 'red flags'. It also provides guidance on how to report on actual and suspected incidents of fraud and to manage incidents when they occur.
Who is it for?
This course has been developed for anyone with management responsibility in businesses of any size and across all sectors.
1. UNDERSTANDING FRAUD
What is fraud? Law and legislation, types of fraud, fraud facts, fraud in the news.
2. CONSEQUENCES OF FRAUD
Who commits fraud? The psychology of fraud, the fraud triangle, consequences of fraud.
3. RISK OF FRAUD
Contributing factors to fraud, financial and behavioural red flags.
4. IDENTIFYING FRAUD
How fraud is spotted, reporting suspicions, whistle blowing, fraud investigations.
5. HOW TO PREVENT FRAUD
Roles and responsibilities, fraud policies, fraud controls, reduce fraud in the workplace.
A short assessment comprising of a series of questions to test your knowledge and understanding of the course.