• Self-Paced

    Take lessons at your own pace, and pick up where you left off in your last session

  • Fully Flexible

    Jump to any chapter or revisit and review information that's important to you

  • Test Your Knowledge

    Test your knowledge by taking the quizzes for a fully interactive learning experience

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

  • Will I receive a Certificate on completion of my course?

    Yes. A Certificate of Completion and (in some cases) a certified digital badge is available to all participants who complete all course modules, and obtain at least 80% in all knowledge quizzes. The badge can be included in ‘Licenses and Certification’ section of an individual’s LinkedIn profile.

  • Does my course comply with ACFID's Code of Conduct

    Yes. All our fraud and corruption prevention courses comply with ACFID's (the Australian Council for International Development's) Code of Conduct; a voluntary, self-regulatory industry code of good practice.

  • What is DEFAT Accreditation & does my course meet the requirements?

    The DEFAT (Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade) accreditation process is a rigorous risk-management and due diligence process for Australian NGOs seeking funding through the Australian NGO Cooperation Program. The course contents for our 'Fraud and Corruption Basics for NFP/NGOs and Charities' course aligns with DEFAT's current anti-fraud requirements contained in their accreditation process.

  • Are there any course entry requirements?

    No. There are no course entry requirements or prerequisites to enrol in any of our courses.

  • Can I learn at my own pace?

    Yes. As long as you have an Internet connection, you can study online anywhere, anytime. Our system automatically keeps track of your progress, so you don't have to remember where in the course you're up to.

  • How long is my enrolment for?

    Access to our courses last for sixty (60) days from date of enrolment. While extensions are available upon application, an administration fee may be charged.