Highfield Introduction to Fraud and Fraud Prevention

£10.00

Fraud costs UK business up to £190 billion every year. Investing in prevention is cheaper than the consequences of being a victim of fraud. Learn the basics of fraud prevention with this online Short Course.

It’s estimated that the cost of fraud to UK businesses could be as high as £190 billion each year, with over 70 per cent of fraud occurring in the private sector and over 20 per cent in the public sector.

An increasing number of companies are experiencing fraud, or finding they need to invest more to prevent it. Ensuring your organisation understands the different types of fraud and how to prevent it is vital, and will help you protect your business and employees from the serious consequences fraud can result in.

The Highfield e-learning Introduction to Fraud and Fraud Prevention Short Course is designed to help your organisation understand the nature of fraud, how you may be vulnerable and its effects. It will give you the knowledge needed to reduce risk within your organisation and implement anti-fraud policies.

The course forms part of a suite of short e-learning course that focus on different types of economic crime, and is ideal for employees in busy workplaces who need to understand the issues around fraud.

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Learner details

Guided Learning Hours

Approximately 20 – 40 minutes are required for this course.

Form of Assessment

Learners are assessed at the end of the course by multiple-choice questions. Learners will receive a Highfield e-learning completion certificate, which is downloadable upon successfully finishing the course.

Syllabus

  • The definition of fraud
  • Different types of fraud
  • Legislation relevant to fraud
  • The consequences of fraud for individuals, businesses and organisations
  • The facts that explain how and why fraud occurs
  • Circumstances that increase the likelihood of fraud occurring
  • Fraud risk management
  • Creating a zero-tolerance culture
  • Anti-fraud policies
  • Preventing and detecting fraud
  • Fraud investigation