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E-LEARNING COURSE CATALOG


Please find our catalog of E-Learning courses that are currently available for purchase below.

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Understanding & Investigating Management Fraud (Part 1)

8 CPE Credits
1.   Red Flags of Management Fraud
2.  The Psychology of Fraud I - Personality of the Management Fraudster
3.  The Psychology of Fraud II - Personality of the Management Fraudster
4.  Common Management Fraud Schemes:  Financial Statement Fraud to Corruption and Beyond

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Understanding & Investigating Management Fraud (Part II)

8 CPE Credits
1.  Interviewing the Management Fraudster - "The smartest guy in the room"
2.  Investigating Management Fraud - Understanding how to investigate these schemes
3.  Anti-money laundering and know your customer issues
4.  Case Studies in Management Fraud - Investigate along with us - real cases & real documents

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  1.  The Cyber Situation PRIOR to COVID-19
  2.  The Cyber Situation NOW
  3.  The six basic steps you can take to practice cyber-smartness

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1.  The "Cyber" Situation in 2020
2.  Understanding Some Key Concepts
3.  Taking "Cyber Smart" to the next level.

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THE ANATOMY OF AN INVESTIGATION

  Investigations are happening everywhere. They cover any topic; harassment in the work place, cyber-bullying, fraud, expense account abuse, conflict of interest, theft of product, irresponsible conduct. Everyone is becoming an investigator.  But, to be a good investigator, you need to know the fundamentals. The body of work required is always made of the same parts. If you examine the anatomy of an investigation, certain principles exist, certain steps are necessary, certain rules apply. This seminar studies that body of work.

How do you actually know when there is something to investigate? .. What kind of investigative team is appropriate? … How do you plan your investigation......What does the Company environment tell you? .....How do you collect evidence properly?.....How do you interview well? ..... Does a respondent have any rights?..... What does a good investigation report look like? ....-          What role do experts play?.....  How do you use the end product?

Lawyer Ross Dunsmore and a team of experienced investigators and counsel will answer these questions. If you take this anatomy course, you will be well on your way to understanding the components of a good investigation.   (As this is a live event there may be areas where attendees are asking questions the speakers try to repeat the questions but may not be in every case)

Planning The Investigation

The Team & Use of Experts (1 CPE)                                                                           For More Details

Solicitor-Client Privilege Explained (.50 CPE)                                                           For More Details

Surveillance In An Investigation (1 CPE)                                                                    For More Details

Making The Plan & Use of Documents (1CPE)                                                           For More Details

Interviewing

   

Interviewing Complainant  & Third Party (1CPE)                                                       For More Details

                                                                                        

Report Writing


Doing It Right (1 CPE)                                                                                                     For More Details

What Must Be Included & How to Use the Report (1CPE)                                            For More Details

Ethical Issues

Ethical Issues In An Investigation (1 CPE towards Ethics) Part 1 &  2                         For More Details

Respondent's Rights (1 CPE towards Ethics)                                                                 For More Details

Delivery on Purchase

  • Once you register and pay for a course, you will receive an email confirming your purchase.
  • Then, very shortly after (usually within one hour and no later than 12 hours) you will receive another email containing the links to the course materials and quiz.

Important Notes & Disclaimers

  • Throughout this challenging COVID-19 period, Introductory Pricing is provided to assist those wanting to learn more about fraud and financial crime prevention, and primarily to assist any Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) to obtain Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits at an affordable price.

  • All prices are in Canadian Dollars.

  • Prices may increase after July 15, 2020.

  • Any CFE, whether they belong to a local ACFE chapter or not, may use this e-Learning Catalogue to obtain their CPE credits.

  • ACFE-GTA Chapter Members must be LOGGED IN to the ACFE-GTA website to receive ACFE-GTA Chapter Member Pricing.

  • If you wish to become an ACFE-GTA Chapter Member, you should visit the “Join Us” link on our Home Page to first join the GTA Chapter BEFORE registering for a course. Price Adjustments are NOT available if you decide later to join the GTA Chapter. Annual Membership Subscription is CAD$75.00 (+ HST).

  • Once you register, you will receive one email confirming your purchase. A second email will then be sent providing the links to the course materials and the link to the quiz. This process is handled manually, and you will receive the email within one hour in most cases but could take up to 24 hrs.

  • All reasonable efforts have been made to ensure that the contents of this website and courses are accurate and free from error. However, it is possible that errors exist, both typographical and in the content, or reflect all jurisidictions. Therefore, the information provided herein should be used only as a guide and not as the sole source of reference.

  • The authors, advisors, and publishers shall have neither liability nor responsibility to any person or entity with respect to any loss, damage, or injury caused or alleged to be caused directly or indirectly by any information contained in or omitted from this website or the courses offered.

  • May of the sessions have been recorded during a live workshop and despite our best efforts, there may be instances where the audience is speaking and may be difficult to hear.  In many instances, the speakers repeat the question.  We apologize for any inconvenience.

  • There are NO Refunds on any courses for any reason.

  • Where a course or webinar discusses or mentions certain products or services, these are NOT recommendations/endorsements from the ACFE-GTA Chapter or an indication for you to purchase or subscribe to any of these products or services. Further, the ACFE-GTA Chapter receives NO remuneration, in any manner, from any mentioned products or services.

REFUND POLICY

  • No refunds on any courses can be issued.


 

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