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Earn 7 CPE hours with a course through The CPE Store. This course combines the content of our book with review questions and final exam to help learners absorb key insights. Course #AA666502
This course examines and explains the thought process of fraud perpetrators using the model of the fraud triangle. Much of today's internal controls to defend against fraud simply address specific opportunities potential perpetrators can manipulate or work around to commit fraud. This course shifts the approach of fraud prevention to focus on the mind of the perpetrator; fraud prevention should begin with interrupting the very thought process that leads a person to commit internal fraud. Discover a 5 Step approach that can raise the Perception of Detection and deter internal fraud.
1.5 CPE Credits in Specialized Knowledge
After completing this course, participants will be able to:
Define elements and significance of internal fraud in relation to the Fraud Triangle
Describe how raising the Perception of Detection is effective at speaking to the thought process in the mind of a potential perpetrator
List 5 steps to raise the Perception of Detection in the workplace
Give examples within each step that can be modified and practiced in the participant's specific workplace
No prerequisite knowledge is required to be successful in this course.
No advance preparation is required.
Program Level: Basic
Delivery Method: QAS Self Study
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