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Programme Outline

This course is designed to increase the awareness of those in managerial positions to the potential for fraud and corruption to occur in their workplace. It is especially useful to managers and project managers responsible for budgets, contracts or procurement as well as those managing compliance teams managing the risk factor.

  • Understand areas susceptible to corruption and be able to identify the means by which vulnerable members of staff may be adversely affected
  • Understand the practices and procedures protecting the organisation from corrupt practices and the implementation of internal anti-corruption measure intended to ‘Target Harden’ it vulnerability
  • Be able to respond effectively to events involving corruption applying available options in the pursuit of asset recovery through either the criminal or civil courts as appropriate
  • Apply the principles and procedures of evidence gathering to the requisite standard
  • To be aware of both the positive and adverse effects of corruption and associated enquiries within the wider context relative to the department/organisation
  • Recognise the importance of ethics and professional standards when undertaking corruption enquiries
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