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Forensic Accounting

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Forensic Accounting Certificate of achievement in Forensic Accounting Level 7. Additional CPD Accredited Certificate with 150 CPD points available with no extra study. Endorsed Forensic Accounting Course Certificate of Achievement. This premium-quality Forensic Accounting Course has been designed to provide newcomers with an essential overview of the profession, along with the primary duties and responsibilities of the forensic accountant. Learn how fraud has a detrimental impact on modern society, along with how to effectively detect and prevent various types of fraud. Study fraud case investigation, use of financial and non-financial evidence, risk factors which may affect the likelihood of fraud and so much more besides. Study Forensic Accounting Course at home for a fully-endorsed certificate from a recognised awarding body! Forensic Accounting – Course Benefits: This Forensic Accounting Course comes with the following benefits: Full Tutor Support Self paced, no fixed schedules Available to students anywhere in the world 24/7 Access to the LMS ( Learning Management System ) Easy to understand quality e-learning study materials Forensic Accounting – Course Material All Forensic Accounting Course materials are included in the course price. All your study material will be available on our learning management system for which you will get access once you are enrolled. The material can be downloaded and printed as well. Our distance learning Forensic Accounting Course materials are specially written for home study and contain a wealth of knowledge in easy to understand language. We use variety of media to help you learn. Your Forensic Accounting Course may use any of the following different media which you can use from home or where ever you choose to study: Online course materials Question papers Additional Supporting Material Useful Links Forensic Accounting – Course assessment You will be continually assessed throughout the Forensic Accounting Course. Your assignment will be marked by your tutor and independently moderated. The feedback on your assignment will then be sent to you. On receipt of this, you may wish to contact your tutor to discuss the feedback. Tutor Support When you enrol on a Forensic Accounting Course with Oxford Home Study College you are allocated your personal tutor. Tutor’s help and support will be available throughout your studies with the college. He/she will assess your work and will provide you with regular feedback on your progress.

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Forensic Accounting

Qualified forensic accountants enjoy the freedom to work almost anywhere in the world under their own terms. The skills and talents of capable forensic accountants have never been in greater demand, as businesses worldwide attempt to cope with the ever-intensifying threat of financial fraud. An entirely more dynamic and investigative profession than conventional accountancy, forensic accountancy is ideal for anyone with a flair for numbers and an inquisitive nature. If ready to get started, sign up for our exclusive Level 7 Forensic Accountancy Course today!

On this Forensic Accounting Course you will learn techniques for identifying, detecting and preventing fraud activities. The Forensic Accounting Course is an ideal way to take a start in this highly demanding and lucrative field. No previous knowledge in accounting or forensic accounting is essential to join the course.

Forensic Accounting – Course Syllabus:

This Forensic Accounting Course covers the following modules:

Unit 1 – Forensic and Investigative accounting – An Overview

This unit covers the following topics:

  • Introduction to Forensic Accounting
  • Brief History of Fraud and the Antifraud Profession
  • What Is Fraud?
  • Types of Investigation
  • Conducting an Investigation
  • Forensic Accountants, Fraud Auditors and Financial Auditors
  • Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities for Forensic Accountants
  • Plus more

Unit 2 – Economic trends and Crime

This unit covers the following topics:

  • Crime and Economy
  • Cost Reality
  • Financial Crimes
  • Mail-Order Procedures
  • Keys to Effective Fraud Investigation
  • Plus more

Unit 3 – Spotting a typical fraudster

This unit covers the following topics:

  • Psychology of Fraudsters
  • High-Level and Low-Level Thieves
  • Victims of Fraud
  • Plus more

Unit 4 – Effective Techniques for fraud detection

This unit covers the following topics:

  • Fraud Detection: Overview
  • Laying a Foundation for Detection
  • Assessing the Risk of Fraud
  • Fraud Risk Factors
  • Identifying and Evaluating Risk Factors
  • Information Gathering
  • Analytic Procedures
  • Analytic Techniques
  • Financial Statement Fraud: Detection Techniques
  • Specific Detection Methods
  • Billing Schemes
  • Payroll Schemes
  • Revenue Recognition Detection Techniques
  • Plus more

Unit 5 – Procedures for Investigation

This unit covers the following topics:

  • The Investigative Process
  • Plus more

Unit 6 – The Basics of Collecting Evidences

This unit covers the following topics:

  • Gathering Evidence
  • Evidence
  • Evidence Created by the Forensic Accounting Investigator
  • What Kind of Evidence should be Gathered?
  • Document Collection
  • Sources of Documents
  • Document Organization
  • Plus more

Unit 7 – Gaining & Assessing Non-Financial Evidence

This unit covers the following topics:

  • Obtaining and Evaluating Non-Financial Evidence
  • Interviews
  • Statement Analysis
  • Plus more

Unit 8 – Forensic Interviewing Techniques and Processes

This unit covers the following topics:

  • Interviewing Techniques
  • The Interview
  • Planning the Interview
  • The Interview Process
  • Plus more

Unit 9 – conducting a fraud risk assessment Successfully

This unit covers the following topics:

  • Fraud Risk Assessment
  • Risk Assessment Factors
  • Risk Assessment Best Practices
  • Plus more

Unit 10 – Strategies for Fraud Prevention

This unit covers the following topics:

  • Fraud Prevention
  • Plus more

Unit 11 – Cyber crime and its prevention

This unit covers the following topics:

  • What is Computer Forensics?
  • The Benefits of Computer Forensics and Data Analysis
  • Planning Computer Forensics Engagement
  • Objective of a Computer Forensic Engagement
  • Legal Parameters
  • Execution of the Computer Forensic Engagement
  • Data Analysis Versus Data Mining
  • Plus more

Unit 12 – Cyber Security Tools & Techniques

This unit covers the following topics:

  • Prevention and Defenses
  • Authentication
  • Encryption
  • Digital Signatures
  • Steganography
  • Generating Secure Password
  • Tips For Buying Online
  • Wireless Security
  • Safe Browsing Guidelines For Social Networking Sites
  • Posting Personal Details
  • Plus More

Unit 13 – Developing Cyber Security policies

This unit covers the following topics:

  • Policies and training can limit the risk
  • Cyber Security Policy
  • Security Policy Elements
  • Security-Related Roles and Responsibilities
  • Policy Implementation and Enforcement
  • Policy Exceptions
  • Personnel and Training
  • Security Awareness and Training
  • Access Privileges
  • Plus More

Unit 14 – Developing a Cyber Security and Risk Mitigation Plan

This unit covers the following topics:

  • Establishing a Risk Management Framework
  • Cyber Asset Identification and Classification
  • Identifying Critical Cyber Assets
  • Classifying Cyber Assets
  • Personally Identifying Information (PII)
  • Identifying the Electronic Security Perimeter (ESP) Protecting Cyber Assets
  • Conducting a Vulnerability Assessment
  • Assessing and Mitigating Risks
  • Plus More

Unit 15 – Forensic Team – working procedures

This unit covers the following topics:

  • Working in A Forensic Team
  • Teaming With Forensic Accounting Investigators
  • Internal Audit’s Position and Function
  • Objectives of All Interested Parties
  • Forensic Accounting Investigators’ Objectives
  • Confidentiality Requirements
  • Forming the Investigative Team
  • Plus more