We have professionally designed these programs to cover and emphasize only vital areas for efficiency.

Course Overview


These courses serves as a guide to all business and government executives for the control of fraud and corruption in their respective organizations.

Managers at all levels will find this course very helpful in dealing with fraud prevention and detection early enough to minimize losses.

All the strategies detailed in this course if well implemented and proactively review are capable to assist in not only reducing incidences of fraud and corruption but also in acting on a determent to attempts at fraud perception.


These courses is also a nice resource for forensic practitioners as well as forensic investigation students.

Forensic practitioners as anti-fraud/corruption consultants will definitely find help in this course when designing and implementing anti-fraud programs for their clients.

1.      COURSE-FORENSIC AND INVESTIGATIVE ACCOUNTING (FIA)

MODULE 1: Introduction to Forensic And Investigative Accounting

MODULE 2: Fraudulent Financial Reporting

MODULE 3: Detecting Fraud In Financial Reporting

MODULE 4: Employee Fraud: The Misappropriation Of Assets

MODULE 5: Indirect Methods Of Reconstructing Income

MODULE 6: Money Laundering And Transnational Financial Flows

MODULE 7: Litigation Services Provided By Accountants

MODULE 8: Proper Evidence Management

MODULE 9: Business Valuations


2.      COURSE-ANTI FRAUD AND CORRUPTION RISK MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL

MODULE 1: Fraud Essentials

MODULE 2: Different Types of Fraud

MODULE 3: Symptoms Of Fraud Pertaining To Major Business Processes

MODULE 4: The Human Element Of Fraud

MODULE 5: Internal Fraud: Management Level

MODULE 6: Conducting A Successful Fraud Risk Assessment


3.      COURSE-COMPUTER DIGITAL FORENSICS DISTANCE LEARNING

MODULE 1: Legal Aspects Of Digital Forensics & Global Approach

MODULE 2: Computer Hardware

MODULE 3: File Systems

MODULE 4: Disks And Storage Media

MODULE 5: Digital Evidence - Foundations

MODULE 6: Managing Digital Evidence

MODULE 7: Boot Process: Windows, Linux And Macintosh

MODULE 8: Mobile Devices Forensics

MODULE 9: acquiring, processing and presentation of digital Evidence

MODULE 10: Forensic Investigation Theory

MODULE 11: Processing Evidence

MODULE 12: Presenting Evidence

MODULE 13: Forensic Models, Appliances And Protocols

MODULE 14: Cryptography, Password Cracking And Steganography

MODULE 15: Lab Protocols


4.      COURSE-CRIMINAL INTERROGATION AND CONFESSIONS PROCESS FOR CRIMINALS

MODULE 1: Distinctions between Interviews and Interrogations

MODULE 2: Obtaining and Evaluating Factual Information

MODULE 3: Case Solution Possibilities

MODULE 4: Initial Precautionary Measures for the Protection of The Innocent

MODULE 5: Privacy and the Interview Room

MODULE 6: Qualifications, Attitude, and General Conduct Of the Investigator

MODULE 7: Preparation and Starting The Interview

MODULE 8 Formulating Interview Questions

MODULE 9 Behavior Symptom Analysis

MODULE 10: Precautions When Evaluating Behavior Symptoms Of Truthful And Untruthful Subjects

MODULE 11: The Behavior Analysis Interview

MODULE 12: The Use of Specialized Questioning Techniques

MODULE 13: Recommendations for Interrogators

MODULE 14: Distinguishing Between True and False Confessions

MODULE 15: Testifying On a Confession

MODULE 16: Interrogation Law

MODULE 17: Confession Law


5.      COURSE-FRAUD DETECTION, EXAMINATION AND PREVENTION PROCESS IN ORGANIZATIONS

MODULE 1: Introduction

MODULE 2: Skimming

MODULE 3: Cash Larceny

MODULE 4: Billing Schemes

MODULE 5: Check Tampering

MODULE 6: Expense Reimbursement Schemes

MODULE 7: Accounting Principles And Fraud

MODULE 8: Fraudulent Financial Statement Schemes

MODULE 9: Interviewing Witnesses

MODULE 10: Conducting Investigations And Writing Reports.

MODULE 11: Occupational Fraud and Abuse


6.      TELECOMMUNICATION FORENSICS AND FRAUD MANAGEMENT

MODULE 1: Introduction to Telecoms Forensics and Fraud Management

MODULE 2: What is Telecommunication?

MODULE 3: Telecommunication Developments

MODULE 4: Telecommunications MAST [Cell Site / Cell Tower]

MODULE 5: Introduction of Telecommunications’ Fraud - What it is, and what it is Not.

MODULE 6: The Role of a Certified Forensic Investigation Professional

MODULE 7: Telecommunication FRAUD Management Systems (TFMS)

MODULE 8: Telecommunication Fraud Risks

MODULE 9: The ISO / OSI Model

MODULE 10: Conducting Telecoms Forensic Investigation

MODULE 11: Telecommunications Audit

MODULE 12: Introduction of Cloud Forensics and Cloud Crimes

MODULE 13: Forensic Investigation Report and reporting Requirements

MODULE 14: Expert Witnessing

MODULE 15: FORENSIC Investigation-General Checklist Applicable to MOST CASE Issues

MODULE 16: Forensic Accounting In Action

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Our Services: Risk management Trainings; Accounting/ Internal Auditing services outsourcing; Anti-fraud/ corruption Training; In house Training, Forensic accounting Trainings, Preparation of anti-fraud/corruption, Whistle blower manuals, Corporate governance trainings, Design and implementation of Internal Audit Manuals, Printing and supply of furniture services, Design and implementation of Forensic Investigations Manuals, Design and implementation of Risk Management Policy Manuals.

COURSE REGISTRATION FORM

Please fill the form and return to register as soon as possible, return the filled form to the

Training Administrator: Financial and Forensic Accounting Services Limited

E-mail: client@www.fafasl.com

COURSES


1. Forensic And Investigative Accounting (FIA). Course TT $2,500.00

2. Criminal Interrogation And Confessions Process (CICP). Investment TT $2,500

3. Fraud Detection, Examination And Prevention Process.  Investment TT $2,500

4. Anti-Fraud And Corruption Risk Management And Control.  Investment TT $2,500

5. Telecommunication Forensics And Fraud Management.  Course TT $2,500 

6. Computer Digital Forensics. TT $2,500


PAYMENT / BANK DETAILS:

A/C NAME: FINANCIAL AND FORENSIC ACCOUNTING SERVICES LIMITED

A/C NO.: 61705/3607346

BENEFICIARY BANK:  SCOTIABANK MARABELLA

ALLUMS SHOPPING CENTRE MARABELLA.