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This two-day course will introduce you to the essential areas of organising, managing, and presenting investigations of fraud. 

Engaging with the procedural requirements of case management and disclosure in an accessible and practical way, this course cuts through the complexities of case management to provide participants with the practical knowledge and skills needed by a counter-fraud investigator. Participants of this two-day course will leave with a clear understanding of the principles of disclosure, and the requirements of how information relating to fraud investigations needs to be handled and presented.  

Delivered online, you can expect an interactive learning experience, harnessing a range of teaching and training resources such as online games, and practical exercises. You will improve your knowledge of case management and disclosure requirements, whilst developing practical organisational skills.  

You will have access to a dedicated online learning platform containing all teaching materials for the course. You will also receive a course pack, filled with useful information to supplement learning and future practice, including the most relevant legislation required by investigators.  

Having attended the two-day course, you will receive a certificate of completion.  

Delivery Dates:

10th & 13th of September 2021

9.30am - 4.30pm

Course Information

Award Type Certificate of Attendance (Non Accredited)

Delivery Method Short Course

Location
Online Distance Learning

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Duration
Two Days

Sector
Financial and Legal Services, Health, Sport and Social Care

Fee
£800 per delegate per course

This course is open to all, but participants are likely to be accredited counter fraud specialists.

  • To introduce participants to their obligations as counter-fraud specialists within the wider criminal justice system.
  • To introduce participants to the essential areas of organising, managing, and presenting investigations of fraud.
  • To develop practical knowledge and skills needed by a professional counter-fraud investigator.
  • To provide a clear understanding of the current principles of disclosure, and the requirements of how information relating to fraud investigations needs to be handled and presented.
  • To encourage participants to develop best practice through reflection on their own, and other participants experience.

£800 per delegate per course

 

Cerian Griffiths - cerian.griffiths@northumbria.ac.uk

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Counter Fraud Investigations - Fee £800 - invoice to be issued prior to the course start

09:00
10/9/2021

17:00
13/9/2021

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14 Places Available

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