Event details

Conducting Fraud Investigations - Online Classroom

Evidence suggests that organisations with an internal audit function are more likely to detect fraud. Undertaking investigations properly helps ensure that all evidence is found and preserved, that the evidence becomes admissible in a court of law and that the process is fair to all of those involved including the investigator. This course course covers the entire investigation process to help participants acquire the practical skills needed to conduct successful investigations.

  Topics Covered

  • The role of the investigator
  • Understanding fraud
  • Receiving, recording, and assessing the allegation
  • Initial reports
  • Planning the investigation
  • Conducting the investigation
  • Assessing the result
  • Reporting
  • Witness in court

Learning Outcomes

  • Describe the role of the investigator
  • Describe the fraud triangle
  • Define the attributes of a Fraud Control Strategy
  • Plan for and conduct an investigation process
  • Apply the rules of evidence
  • Detect information that people are trying to hide
  • Assess the investigation result and produce a report
  • Discuss the responsibilities of being a witness in course


Online Classroom:   This full one-day training program will be delivered in two 3 hour lessons (9:30am - 12:30pm AEST) on 18, 19 July   using Zoom.

Registrations will be strictly limited to 12 participants to allow maximum interaction in the online environment.

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Monday, 18 July 2022 to Tuesday, 19 July 2022
Online Classroom


Overseas Member (ex GST)
Overseas Non-Member (ex GST)

Duration and CPE
2 x 3 Hours, 6.00 hours
For more information please contact Kalpana Dhasan
+61 02 9267 9155