Key Learning Points:

  • What constitutes Fraud
  • Motivations for committing Fraud
  • How to identify the warning signs of fraudulent activity
  • How to identify when fraud is being committed
  • Measures to take to reduce the risk of Fraud taking place
  • What to do if you suspect Fraud is taking place

Course Overview

Specially developed to appeal to a global audience, our Fraud Awareness (Global) eLearning course is perfect for organisations looking to offer employees a general introduction to fraud awareness and prevention.

The course concentrates on guiding learners so they are able to identify and report fraud wherever it is suspected. It also introduces different types, characteristics, and causes of fraud so that employees have a well-rounded understanding of fraudulent practices.

Course Details

  • Course duration: 30 minutes
  • Available in 18 Languages

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  • Certificate on completion
  • Regular course updates
  • Course can be tailored using Adapt Authoring Tool
  • Course can be tailored to meet your specific requirements
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Course Contents

This eLearning course on Fraud Awareness (Global) is broken down into the following modules.

What is Fraud?
What is Fraud?
This opening module explores what fraud is, the three ways in which it can be committed, who is most likely to commit an offence and why. Having a clear understanding of the definition of fraud and what forms it might take when it is committed are fundamental step to enable learners to identify and report fraudulent activities.
Types of Fraud
Types of Fraud
This module covers the different types of fraud. There are three key types of fraud category. The different ways of committing fraud have greatly increased. We live in an age of data-enabled fraud where fraudsters are accessing and abusing personal and business data. Knowing about these ways is important for stopping them.
Detecting and Preventing Fraud
Detecting and Preventing Fraud
The most important consequence of good fraud awareness is the ability to prevent it from happening, and to detect it quickly when it does happen. This module looks at fraud detection and its importance, the red flags to look out for that indicate a possible fraud problem and how to prevent yourself becoming a victim of fraud.
Reporting and Investigation
Reporting and Investigation
This module explores the process of reporting and investigating fraud. It covers the topics of reporting procedures, investigation, enforcement and conviction. It is important employees know the correct processes for speaking up if they suspect fraud and how their complaints will be dealt with in a professional environment.

The Assessment

Learners are assessed with multiple-choice questions that cover all of the material presented in the What is Fraud, Types of Fraud, Detecting and Preventing Fraud and Reporting and Investigation modules.

They must answer 80% of the questions correctly to complete the course. Learners can also take the assessment again to improve their score.

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Fraud Awareness Training

Fraud is a very serious business, and with consequences ranging from fines to imprisonment it's more important than ever that employees understand and can comply with the law. All organisations have a responsibility to educate members of staff against committing fraud, and also how to spot others who may be committing an offence and what to do about it. In global organisations, it is important to be vigilant for fraud across all of the regions the organisation operates in.

Training makes sure everybody is on-guard against fraudulent practices and knows what to do should they occur.

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If you have any questions that are not covered here, please get in touch.

How can businesses protect against fraud?
Businesses have the responsibility to maintain an ethical business environment and the integrity of the workplace. Businesses can protect against fraud by committing to identify why and how potential fraud can occur. Fraud training for employees is also vital in raising awareness amongst the workforce and ensuring compliance with fraud regulations globally.
Which business sectors are at risk?
Fraud is an illegal activity with the main purpose of deceiving another individual or business in order to create a financial gain. Fraudulent activity is prevalent in business world and the sectors which experience the most fraudulent offences are insurance, finance or financial services, real estate or investment.
What are the red flags for detecting fraud?
A simple change in behaviour can often be suspicious and raise a red flag against fraud. For businesses, the common red flags include suspicious changes in accounts, missing documentation, unexplained purchases which are excessive, false invoicing and misrepresented inventories. For individuals, it could be changes to personal accounts, open accounts that you aren’t aware of and notifications of changes to accounts or transaction activity which you did not make.

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