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Fraud & Corruption in the Workplace: Detection, Management & Control


Part of the reason why fraud can go undetected and unreported for lengths of time is the fact that it can occur in so many different forms. Usually, though, fraud will fall into three categories: asset misappropriation (stealing or misusing company resources and/or cash), financial statement fraud (misrepresenting information on company financial reports), and corruption (using one’s own or the company’s influence for personal benefit).

Everyone in the organization should be made aware of these different types of fraud and what the red flags are for each.

Effective fraud awareness training is critical when it comes to the prevention and detection of fraud in the workplace. Whilst it’s true that no-one likes to think their employees or colleagues can commit a fraud offense, ensuring that a proper anti-fraud training plan is put in place is far easier and more effective than trying to recover losses after fraud has taken place. Remember, prevention is key when it comes to corporate fraud and corruption.

Fraud awareness and corruption training educates members of staff about the threat of fraud and the ways in which it can damage organizations. We provide examples of different sorts of fraud (e.g. bribery, false accounting, insurance fraud, and so on) and discuss how to identify them and the specific warning signs and prevention methods for each. Since fraud and corruption awareness requires everyone in the organization to remain vigilant against fraudulent practices and is an ongoing process the course suggests sample in-house refresher training and reinforcement options.


  • What is fraud and corruption
  • What types of fraud and corruption risks can exist in your organization
  • Why tackling fraud and corruption is important
  • Fraud red flags – the early warning signs of potential fraud
  • The characteristics of typical fraud perpetrator and characteristics to watch
  • The role of effective internal controls in reducing fraud and corruption
  • Establish your organization’s commitment to effective fraud and corruption control
  • Improve people’s awareness of fraud and corruption risks and highlights the importance of internal controls
  • Improve the overall effectiveness of your fraud and corruption management framework


This course is for anyone who is responsible for fraud and corruption prevention, detection and response:

  • Prevention – pro-active measures designed to help reduce the risk of fraud and corruption occurring in the first place.
  • Detection – measures designed to uncover incidents of fraud and corruption as close as possible to the time when they occur, or before they occur by identifying attempts or acts in preparation.
  • Response – reactive measures designed to investigate, take any necessary corrective action, impose sanctions and remedy the harm caused by fraud or corruption.


This highly practical and results-oriented program is based on adult learning concept. Gain a wider perspective of time practice through breakout sessions, policy and procedure exercises and case applications to ensure maximum understanding, comprehension and retention of the skills and aptitudes presented. Participants will benefit from role plays covering potential fraud and corruption workplace challenges.


Hourly Schedule

Day 1

9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Fraud and Corruption Control Framework
Description: On Day One the course looks at preventing and minimizing fraud and corruption risks with a strong emphasis on continually improving staff awareness.

Day 2

9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Detecting Fraud and Corruption
Description: On Day Two we look at implementing measures to early detect fraudulent and corrupt activity.

Day 3

9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Responding to Fraud and Corruption
Description: On Day Three the course looks at putting key response strategies in place for dealing with detected fraudulent and corrupt activity

Day 4

9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Stopping Fraud and Corruption
Description: On Day Four the course looks at the best approaches for stopping fraud and corruption

Day 5

9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Internal Controls
Description: On Day Five the course looks at the most essential internal controls for deterring fraudulent and corrupt behaviour

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Jun 06 - 17 2024


8 Days
All Day

Courses Types

On Place,


Saudi Arabia - SA
Saudi Arabia - SA

City 2

Dubai - UAE
Dubai - UAE
Tags: Beginner
Mosook Training Co.


Mosook Training Co.
+966 55 659 3176

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