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Fraud Prevention & Anti-Corruption Masterclass

JHB. Date: 20 - 22 September 2022

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Introduction

Every organisation faces the risk of financial loss due to fraud and corruption activities. Maintaining an effective audit & investigative function can help to mitigate this risk. As such, recent public headlines of fraud and corruption in Africa have caused many organisations to analyse the values of the audit function with many demanding that auditors take more responsibility for fraud and corruption detection.

This highly demanded programme covers the elements of forensic accounting, fraud auditing, fraud detection and investigation. It integrates forensic auditing skills and investigative accounting techniques to assist in disputes involving financial issues and data. Delegates are introduced to a variety of fraud theories and schemes such as credit card and identity theft, money laundering, financial statement fraud, insurance fraud, payroll schemes, billing schemes and internet fraud. The programme also covers recent legislative developments in Money Laundering.

 

Prospen Africa will provide you with this workshop for an in depth understanding on how to:

  • Explain corruption and its manifestations in the South African work environment.
  • Identify the impact of corruption on the unit.
  • Analyse areas of potential risk in the unit.
  • Develop a plan to combat corruption in the unit.

MODULE 1 – Explaining corruption and its manifestations in the South African work environment.

  • The concept of corruption is explained with examples from a social and legal perspective.
  • The difference between fraud, theft and corruption is explained and an indication is given of the consequences of each for the individual, the unit, and the entity.
  • Manifestations of potentially corrupt practice are identified from authentic examples from the entity.

MODULE 2 – Identifying the impact of corruption on the unit.

  • Legislation and requirements relating to corruption is identified in relation to its impact on unit.
  • Organisational policies and procedures relating to corruption in the workplace are identified in relation to the consequences of non-compliance for the entity.
  • Examples of corruption in the entity are described with reference to their impact on performance and stakeholders.

MODULE 3 – Analysing areas of potential risk in the unit.

  • Own unit is assessed in relation to the combating of corruption in the entity.
  • Potential risks are identified.

MODULE 4 – Developing a plan to combat corruption in the unit.

  • The role of the unit manager in combating corruption is explained with reference to organisational policies and procedures
  • A plan is developed for combating corruption in the unit in relation to the potential risks identified.
  • Anti-corruption initiatives identified in the plan are communicated to the unit.

This programme runs for 3 days

Available on request.

Our Fraud Prevention & Anti-Corruption
Masterclass is available in a variety of formats to best match your needs

In-House training: We bring the training to your location. Available with customized features created to meet your requirements.

Virtual Training: Delivered totally online, our virtual sessions are designed to keep participants engaged through relevant training, activities for practice, and ongoing reinforcement.

This Prospen Africa training workshop is suitable to a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit:

  • Internal Auditors / Audit Managers / Lead Auditors
  • Fraud Specialists / Certified Fraud Examiners
  • Accountants / Accounting Executives
  • Managers / Cost Controllers
  • Accounting / Financial Executive
  • Budgeting Officers / Executives / Managers
  • Business / Investment Analysts & Managers
  • Regulatory Compliance Officers
  • Commercial Analysts

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