Fraud awareness Course

Description

Could you identify signs that fraudulent behaviour may be occurring in your workplace? Would your workers know what to do if they suspected a colleague was committing fraud?

Written in conjunction with leading law firm Lander & Rogers, this course has been designed to provide legally compliant education about fraud and workplace misconduct. It will assist workers to identify, report and prevent fraudulent behaviour in the workplace.

Business outcomes

By implementing this course your organisation can:

  • demonstrate compliance with applicable laws and relevant policies
  • reduce the occurrence of fraudulent behaviour in the workplace
  • minimise the risk of legal and financial penalties arising from fraudulent behaviour in the workplace
  • protect organisational brand and reputation
  • foster an ethical and legally compliant workplace culture.

Topics covered

This course covers the following topics:

  • definition of fraud and workplace misconduct
  • identifying fraudulent conduct
  • investigation and reporting regimes
  • impacts and penalties.

Learning objectives

On completing this course, learners should be able to:

  • define fraud-related workplace misconduct
  • list a range of fraudulent activities
  • distinguish between fraudulent and legitimate business activities
  • identify who is responsible for preventing fraud in the workplace
  • describe strategies for detecting and reporting fraud
  • list the impacts of fraud
  • outline some of the possible penalties for participating in fraudulent conduct.

Target audience

The content contained in this course is suitable for:

  • public and private sector workers
  • workers across all industries
  • workers at all levels of an organisation.

Duration

Approximately 30 minutes

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