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Best Practices in Developing Fraud, Corruption Risk Management Policies & Procedures

  • Understanding the proactive nature of fraud, corruption and ethics risk management and supporting strategies. Focusing on local and international guide and regulation, including:
    • Our Anti-Bribery & Corruption (ABAC) landscape, and its limitations; and
    • International influence and impact (FCPA, UK Bribery Act; Sapin II; OECD Anti-Bribery convention, UN Global Compact, COSO (FRM) and ISO Anti Bribery standards, et al.
  • Establishing adequate controls and supporting policy with a focus on:
    • Prevention strategies
    • Financial controls; and
    • Gifts, hospitality and expenses.
  • Identifying and building mitigation strategies in respect of high risk areas including:
    • Third party risk management
    • Procurement and contracting
    • Political engagement; and
    • Charities etc.
  • Building organization resilience including:
    • Training interventions
    • ‘Speak up’ or whistleblowing infrastructure and managing an effective whistle-blowing facility; and
    • Critical interfaces and working with HR.

Estimated course duration: 2-Days

CPD Points: 12

Fraud & Corruption Awareness Session

Any organisation’s biggest challenge is to make itself a hard target for fraudsters and corrupt elements.  The first line of defence is its employees / stakeholders.  This session will enable learners to better understand what to be on the look-out for (i.e. fraud/corruption etc.) and its red flags in each business cycle, what to do (and not to do) when something is suspected, and from cradle and grave regarding whistle-blowing. 

Estimated course duration: Half-Day

CPD Points: 4

Fraud & Corruption Risk Management

Capacitating delegates to understand the methodology of how to conduct a Fraud and Corruption Risk Assessment through a gap-analysis approach, the limitations of controls, how to identify, assess, evaluate and weigh fraud and corruption risks, how to categorise and mitigate fraud and corruption risks, what the recommendations from a fraud risk assessment should cover and how it should be presented, monitoring the implementation plan, monitoring vis-à-vis accountability to implement (segregation as per King Code). 

Estimated course duration: 2-Days

CPD Points: 12

Fraud & Corruption Risk Management (Advanced)

Understanding the limitations of ISA 240, external audits and internal audit; and plugging the holes. The difference between investing in a Fraud Risk Management Strategy and just planning for it. Framing Fraud Risk Management as a Strategic Programme and ensuring a return on investment.

A Fraud Risk Management Strategy framework discussion, including:

  • Commitment: covering culture and tone audits, Governance audits and assessment of further enabling factors
  • Assessment: covering Fraud & Ethics Risk Assessment, understanding the impact of bribery and application of local and international regulation and guide including Companies Act, PRECCA, FCPA, UK Bribery Act; OECD Anti-Bribery convention, UN Global Compact, COSO (FRM) and ISO Anti Bribery standards
  • Implementation and improvement,covering:
    • The building of adequate controls that include prevention strategies, financial controls, gifts, hospitality ad expenses as well as managing conflicts of interest
    • Identifying high risk areas including third party risk management, procurement and contracting, political engagement, charities etc.
    • Building organization resilience including training interventions and important ‘speak up’ or whistleblowing infrastructure, working with HR; and
    • Third party due diligence – all stakeholders.
  • Monitoring and review covering build and reporting channels, the important interface between risk and compliance, attestations
  • EngageKey stakeholders internal and external to the entity
  • Key role players, interfaces and the return on investment

Estimated course duration: 2-Days

CPD Points: 12

Incident Response Handling

This enables delegates to correctly react to a report of alleged unethical conduct in the workplace.  They will know what initial steps to take, and not to take, in order manage the employer’s risk, reputation and assets; and understand the difference between a suspicion and proof.

Estimated course duration: Half-Day

 CPD Points: 4

Investigative Tools & the Right to Privacy

This course details the various investigative tools such as polygraphs, search and seizure, intercepting and monitoring, handwriting analysis and document examination, confessions and admissions, IT investigations and cell phone analysis demonstrating the do’s and don’ts as interpreted through relevant case law.  This is measured against the employee’s constitutional right to privacy.

Estimated course duration: 1-Day

CPD Points: 6

Sensitization of Employees regarding Whistle-Blowing (Roll-Out of Hotlines)

Training is provided on the importance of whistleblowing, ensuring organisations know:

  • Who must report?
  • What must be reported
  • When must it be reported?
  • Why are reports necessary?
  • How should reports be made?

Estimated course duration: Half-Day

CPD Points: 4

Frequently asked questions

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FAQ – Accredited vs Non-Accredited.pdf

CPD stands for Continuing Professional Development(CPD) and is the term used to describe the learning activities professionals engage in to develop and enhance their abilities. 

Each professional body allows delegates to obtain CPD points relevant to their industry.

Absolutely. We pride ourselves on the fact that our training is customisable to not only fit your requirements but your budget too.

The minimum number of delegates per course is ten (10). 

Keep in mind that the more delegates attend, the more cost-effective the training will be for your organisation.

Yes.  The type of training material will depend on whether your selected course is accredited or non-accredited. 

With accredited training, you will receive a Learner Guide (manual), the PowerPoint presentation and additional handouts.

Non-accredited training material will depend on your needs.

You can either make use of our venue and catering, an external venue and catering or your own in-house venue and catering.

Yes, for accredited courses, assessment is an industry requirement. 

You may decide whether or not you would like us to customise an assessment for your non-accredited course.

Yes.  All delegates will receive a digital Certificate of Attendance.

Delegates that successfully complete an accredited course will also receive a Certificate of Competence.

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Step 2: Log in using the vault number and pin which will be SMS’d and emailed to you

Step 3: You now have access to your own vault. You can view, print or email your certificate 

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