- NY Credits : 8.0
- TX Credits : 8.0
Fraud, by its very nature, is intended to be hidden. Fraud can masquerade as a labyrinth of complex entries or concepts, very easily meeting its target to deceive. Fraud is not complicated, yet it employs a pervasive role in today's corporate environment. Individuals and organizations can no longer afford to ignore fraud. The decision to disregard the existence or impact of fraud becomes a fraudster's opportunity. It is rare the organization or individual who can escape from the occurrence of fraud. This intermediate level course is most appropriate for the professional with detailed knowledge in forensic accounting or the professional seeking to expand his or her knowledge base and who may be at a mid-level position within an organization with operational or supervisory responsibilities, or both.
Upon successful completion of this course, the user should be able to:
identify the credentials of a forensic accountant including the role in fraud investigations,
determine the elements of an effective engagement letter,
recognize a properly written expert report,
recall the process of testifying as an expert witness,
evaluate fraud risk and the use of technology tools, and
determine how to find deception in a written statement.