Auditing Fraud and Corruption Control Framework – Online Classroom

8 Nov 2023
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Auditing Fraud and Corruption Control Framework – Online Classroom

November 8, 2023 @ 9:00 am - 4:30 pm AEDT

$563.64 - $760.00
This training course will explore effective, best practice techniques in fraud and corruption risk and control frameworks. It will investigate the components of a fraud control framework and provide you with the tools to detect and fight against fraud and corruption.
 
Topics Covered:
  • Key requirements of the Australian Standard on Fraud and Corruption Control
  • Profiling fraud and corruption fraud risk areas – identifying fraud and corruption types and indicators
  • Developing the structure that every organisation should have to deal with the risks of fraud and corruption
  • Methodologies to assess your organisations fraud controls.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Key requirements of the Australian Standard on Fraud and Corruption Control
  • Profiling fraud and corruption fraud risk areas – identifying fraud and corruption types and indicators
  • Developing the structure that every organisation should have to deal with the risks of fraud and corruption
  • Methodologies to assess your organisations fraud controls.

 

Online Classroom: This training program will be delivered full day on 8th November using Zoom.
Registrations will be strictly limited to 12 participants to allow maximum interaction in the online environment.
 
For Funds Transfer payments: Download the funds transfer registration form here and email the completed form to [email protected].
 
 

Our speakers

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    Photo of Stephen Horne  PFIIA, CGAP, CIA, CRMA.
    Name
    Stephen Horne PFIIA, CGAP, CIA, CRMA
    Biography
    Stephen’s career spanned 38 years in the NSW public sector and his executive roles included Assistant Auditor-General for NSW and Chief Executive of IAB, a Government Trading Enterprise undertaking internal audits and misconduct investigations for NSW State Government and Local Government bodies.

    In 2015 Stephen established himself as a professional Non-Executive Director, trainer and probity adviser. In that role Stephen has developed extensive experience serving on many Local and State Government Audit Risk & Improvement Committees. Stephen was Australian President of the Institute of Internal Auditors 2013-2015, Australia’s delegate on the IIA Global Board 2015-2019, and Global Chair of the IIA’s Public Sector Guidance Committee 2016-2019. He has also presented audit committee training for AusAid, The Pacific Organisation of Supreme Audit Institutions, The Global Fund and the United Nations.

    Stephen was a previous CEO of the NSWG Internal Audit Bureau and the NSW Assistant Auditor-General for performance auditing (now being undertaken across NSW Councils). He is a qualified Company Director, Company Secretary and Internal Auditor. He was also a recent President of IIA Australia, Australia’s delegate on the IIA Global Board, Chair of the IIA’s Global Public Sector Guidance Committee and recently co-authored an Australian 2020 best practice publication on “Effective Internal Auditing in the Public Sector.”
     

Details

8 November 2023
9:00 am - 4:30 pm AEDT

$563.64 - $760.00