Corporate Governance and Control

Duration: 1 Week

Location: London, UK


Course Description

This course looks at the implications of Fraud and Corruptions upon Government, Public and Private Sector Organisations and the individuals within those organisations. 

There is also a strong emphasis on how to combat fraudulent activity and corrupt practices, with the use of practical work shops to re-enforce identified learning outcomes, as well as covering such topics as risk assessment, prevention and investigatory issues, evidence management and the use of financial investigation.


Who Should Attend

This course is aimed at those decision-makers, managers and all members of public and private sector organisations, who require an understanding of corruption and its ramifications in the workplace. The course is also a must for members of law enforcement agencies and those directly involved within the procurement management arena, as well as project managers, contract managers, policy makers and advisors.


Course Objectives

  • How to apply various techniques for detecting fraud
  • To have a raised awareness of potential fraud and corruption and deliberate manipulation in general and various forms this may take
  • Understand the pitfalls and advantages of using computerised systems
  • The investigative process, investigative tools, techniques and strategies
  • Risk analysis and fraud related issues
  • Forensic auditing and investigation
  • Good corporate governance, accountability in line with best practice
  • Use of documentary evidence and its management
  • Introduce and establish standards of management practice that will assist in curbing the event of fraud and corruption
  • Develop transparency initiatives within organisations that highlights the benefits of such initiatives
  • Combat fraud effectively by having the skills to review the update methods of investigating and reducing the effects of fraud and corruption
  • Understanding the complex world of money laundering
  • Recognise the fraud impact on the world economy
  • Align organisational core business with the European Directives concerning money laundering
  • To be able to identify organisational/departmental core outputs by analysing and monitoring the process through performance indicators
  • To have an understanding of organisational fraud risk and its management
  • To be in a position to identify the scale of organisational/departmental risks through the process of fraud risk analysis