Risk Management, FraudPrevention,
Detection & Investigation
In this course, you will learn the short- and long-term benefits of developing an ERM program and the valuable role of fraud risk frameworks in arming yourselfand your organization against fraud. Through a combination of thought-provoking discussions and relevant examples, you will develop a better understanding of these components and how they apply to your functions and operations.
8-10 May 2023
Virtual Instructor-Led Online Training Programme
All delegates attending this training programme will be Certified
We only choose Pros with the best industrial experience
About this Course
Fraud and poor governance are serious risks for all organisations. They erode the value of the organisation. High-profile cases in recent years have shown that dishonest behaviour not only undermines profit, operating efficiencies and reliability, but can severely damage an organization's reputation. Any act of fraud and corruption in any project's activities depletes funds, assets and other resources necessary to fulfil the projects’ mandate. Fraudulent and corrupt practices can also seriously damage organization’s reputation and diminish trust in its ability to deliver results in an accountable and transparent manner.
At this Creative Training Programme
you will learn the most practical and proactive strategies to prevent, detect and investigate fraud and manage Enterprise Risks
Introduction to Enterprise Risk Management:
What ERM IS and what it is NOT
Key qualities of an Enterprise Risk Management
Primary Components of an Enterprise Risk Management
Need for a BRAIN (BUSINESS RISK ASSESSMENT INFORMATION NETWORK)
Process of creating a BRAIN
Understanding What the Business is
Defining Risk in the context of the Business
Building a Fluid/ Dynamic Risk Model
The Risk Management Model and why it is necessary
Moving from Reactive to Proactive Risk ManagementBuilding ERM one step at a time
Growing revenue vs cost leadership
Developing KRIs for Assessing Risk in the Entire Enterprise
ERM for the 21st Century and the future
Designing and Building an Effective 21st Century Risk Model
Effective Fraud Prevention
How fraud is detected, by auditors and
Why fraud goes undetected, and what to do about it
How to build fraud detection into routine aud IT and management practice
Practical use of behavioural indicators to surface fraud
Using data analysis for fraud detection
Monitoring and reviewing the anti-bribery management system
Benefits of Attending this Course
1. Learn where you are:
This is a virtual online Instructor-led training programme which allows delegates to learn from anywhere in the world and cut travel costs and lodging expenses.
4. Practicality is Emphasised:
You will leave our seminars and conferences with specifics you can apply immediately. And you won’t go home empty-handed. You’ll leave our seminar with an official Certificate of Completion. We promise you’ll get results your very next day back at work.
3. World-class Trainers:
We choose only the pros that have a proven track record of training effectiveness, professionalism and expertise. And what’s more, they’re exciting communicators who’ll provide you with two of the most interesting days you’ve ever spent.
2. Our Guarantee is the Best in the Industry:
How can we be so confident? Because we work hard before the seminar to make sure you’re happy after the seminar. Pertinent, up-to-date information you can really use, a convenient meeting location, seminar registrars who are courteous and helpful and a trainer who grabs your attention and takes you on an exciting journey full of fun and facts.
Explain the organisation mandates and guidance that provide the reasons behind the need for ERM,internal controls and a fraud risk management framework
Define the terminology and concepts pertinent to ERM, internal controls, and fraudulent activities
Describe the insights into how to structure and implement ERM, internal controls, and fraud risk management frameworks
Explain the outcomes of ERM, internal controls, and fraud identification efforts
Understand the risks which public bodies and other organisations face
Identify the principles and framework of good corporate governance and the management of fraud risks Analyse, score and mitigate inherent and residual fraud risks
Understand concepts of control and assurance
Devise and implement a fraud response plan
Understand the full risk management lifecycle
Plan and conduct an entity-wide fraud risk assessment
Meet our first Trainers. We're adding more every week.
Entrepreneur & Facilitator
Ms. Sree Preethi