Auditing For Internal Fraud

Course Overview

In a perfect world, employees would not steal from their employees, so there would be no need for internal investigations. However, this isn’t a perfect world and employees do steal from their employers for a variety of reasons most of which revolve around need or greed. This topic is structured around the investigation of a fraud allegation from beginning to end.


At the completion of the workshop, participants should be able to:

  • Understand the fraud examination process.
  • Identify ways to strengthen organization internal control processes against malpractices.
  • Carry out a fraud investigation effectively.
  • Identify the causes of occupational fraud and abuse.
  • Detect any financial fraud by analyzing financial statements and accounting records.


 Introduction, Fraud Examination and New Audit Standards, Behavior – related to Fraud,

Fraudulent Financial Statements, Bribery and Corruption, Skimming, Cash Larceny and Other Assets. Fictitious Disbursements, Analyzing and Managing Data, and Fraud Prevention


Internal and external auditors, board of directors, management, accountants, investigators, and members of the public who have an interest in anti – fraud policies.


She has over 30 years working / lecturing in the areas of accounting, auditing, taxation – and law. She worked as a forensic accountant, white – color crime investigation – now a legal practitioner, consultant, and educator with the world Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) and a Certified Internal Control Auditor (CICA) with the world Institute for Internal Controls.(IIC).