Fraud Prevention, Detection, Forensic Audit & Investigations

Fraud Prevention, Detection, Forensic Audit & Investigations Training.

About ASPM
The Africa School of Project Management (ASPM) was established in the year 2000 in Kenya as a membership based professional management organisation. The school was formed to address capacity building needs among development partners, donor organizations, Government agencies, International and private sector firms in Africa.
The school has been pivotal in capacity building in South Sudan, South Africa, Botswana, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, Congo, Somalia, Tanzania, Burundi and Rwanda. The school has trained over 12,000 staffs who are involved in different projects and also conducted surveys, evaluations and research in different projects and businesses in Africa.

Course Preamble.

Every organization faces the risk of financial loss due to fraud, but maintaining an effective audit function can help mitigate that risk. Auditors, both external and internal, must have a thorough knowledge of fraud detection and prevention to effectively fulfill their mission. Additionally, one of the best measures that any organization can take to mitigate the loss associated with fraud is to equip employees with the skills and techniques needed to detect and prevent it. Maintaining an in-depth knowledge of fraud and how it can be detected and prevented is essential to maintaining the financial integrity of any organization, large or small.

Target Audience

Professionals in the field of finance and accounting, controllers, accounting managers, senior and chief accountants, analysts, internal and external auditors and accountants at all levels seeking to enhance their practical forensic accounting skills.

Expected Training outcomes .

By the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Analyze a variety of financial documents to identify information relevant to a forensic investigation.

  • Plan and conduct forensic accounting and auditing investigations that are consistent with current and accepted principles and practices of forensic investigation.

  • Develop an investigative methodology grounded in a conceptual framework and consistent with accepted forensic techniques.

  • Identify the generally accepted accounting principles and the generally accepted auditing standards) when analyzing and interpreting financial statements.

  • Work in compliance with professional rules of conduct, ethical codes, industry standards and relevant legislation.

  • Situate work as a forensic investigator within the context of the

  • ΓΌ Locate, assess, analyze, interpret and report data using computer applications.

  • Communicate financial reports and investigative findings clearly and accurately, both orally and in writing, adapting reports to a variety of audience needs and contexts.

  • Interact with individuals and groups to support client relationships and maintain effective working relationships.

  • Interview individuals and small groups to collect information relevant to a forensic investigation.

  • Evaluate the risk of criminal behavior based on an interpretation of both psychosocial determinants for fraud, as well as trends in the industry.

  • Identify and apply discipline-specific practices that contribute to the local and global community through social responsibility, economic commitment and environmental stewardship.

How to Register
Kindly, drop us mail at [email protected] or apply online through the online application on the website