Course Price

This course is charged in Australian Dollars. A$389 currently equates to approximately €245 or US$287

What you'll learn

The course features lessons on

  • Types of fraud & corruption

    Define fraud and corruption, understand its impacts, and recognise the different forms it can take.

  • How fraud & corruption takes place

    Learn the elements needed for fraud and corruption to take place, and recognise the warning signs that it may be present.

  • Steps to controlling fraud and corruption

    Explain the role controls play in countering fraud and corruption, and learn the basic steps needed to control it.

What Participants Are Saying

5 star rating

10/10 - This is the best Fraud and Corruption course I ha...

Ann Fishley

This is the best Fraud and Corruption course I have completed to date. The format was engaging, interactive and professional. The content was highly relevant...

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This is the best Fraud and Corruption course I have completed to date. The format was engaging, interactive and professional. The content was highly relevant, applicable and interesting. I enjoyed the end of module quizzes to test my learning as I progressed through the course and the Case Studies at the end of the course that provided real world examples of how fraud and corruption controls had been applied both effectively and ineffectively. The 10 Success Factors at the end, drawing together learnings from the previous modules, as well as an analysis of the common themes in the Case Studies, were brilliant. I would highly recommend this course for all managers, staff and Board members of international development NGOs wanting to improve their fraud and corruption practices- 10/10!

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5 star rating

A very informative course with a clear outline for action...

Jen Galama

I loved the course and it helped me better understand the types of fraud and corruption, the implications and what controls we can put in place to manage and...

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I loved the course and it helped me better understand the types of fraud and corruption, the implications and what controls we can put in place to manage and mitigate the risks. Highly recommend the course to gain a better understanding of the basics.

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5 star rating

Excellent Training

Geetha Yoga

I would recommend it to all partners and colleagues

I would recommend it to all partners and colleagues

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5 star rating

Highly recommended

Fidelis Sousa

Well worthwhile! The course was extremely interesting and engaging. 10/10, a real expert on the topic. I think the course should be mandatory for everyon...

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Well worthwhile! The course was extremely interesting and engaging. 10/10, a real expert on the topic. I think the course should be mandatory for everyone working in international development, as an understanding of the topic of corruption is crucial . Well done!

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5 star rating

Good course

Carol Mortensen

I think this is good for senior and middle management staff in developing countries

I think this is good for senior and middle management staff in developing countries

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5 star rating

I really enjoyed it

Aman Tawhedi

While an introductory course, it is extremely comprehensive in nature. It not only gives an overview of fraud and corruption in the world, its various types...

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While an introductory course, it is extremely comprehensive in nature. It not only gives an overview of fraud and corruption in the world, its various types, and the causes of it; but also provides the essential steps for controlling it. It also includes examples and case studies of fraud and corruption so that the learner understands the implications and effectiveness of fraud and corruption control steps, and how they can impact a situation. This course was extremely useful for me.

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5 star rating

A clear and excellent introduction to fraud and corruption

David Katzlinger

I found this introductory course on the topic really easy to understand. Every step was an example of well intended professional information. Well presented...

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I found this introductory course on the topic really easy to understand. Every step was an example of well intended professional information. Well presented, practical examples that reflected realities, with examples directly from the field helping put to put the theory into action.

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Thank you

Karin Isser

Thank you, this was very comprehensive and interesting. I only know now how important this topic is and how relevant it is to all co-workers in an organization.

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Thank you, this was very comprehensive and interesting. I only know now how important this topic is and how relevant it is to all co-workers in an organization.

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5 star rating

Great Course!

Luis Menezes

Course curriculum

  • 1

    Welcome to the course

  • 2

    Module 1 - What is Fraud and Corruption?

    • Introduction

    • Key Milestones in the 'History' Corruption

    • What is Fraud and Corruption

    • Types and Forms of Corruption

    • Module 1 - Summary

    • Scenario Challenge - Select the right response

    • Module 1 - Knowledge Quiz

  • 3

    Module 2 - The Cost of Fraud and Corruption

    • Introduction

    • Magnitude of Fraud and Corruption

    • Impacts of Corruption

    • Module 2 - Summary

    • Module 2 - Knowledge Quiz

  • 4

    Module 3 - NFP/NGO & Charity Corruption Risk

    • Introduction

    • External NGO/NFP Corruption Risks

    • Internal NFP/NGO Corruption Risks

    • Understanding an NFP/NGO's Fraud and Corruption Profile

    • Module 3 - Knowledge Quiz

  • 5

    Module 4 - How Fraud Happens

    • Introduction

    • Elements of Fraud - The 'Fraud Diamond'

    • Red Flags - What are they and why they are important

    • Module 4 - Summary

    • Module 4 - Knowledge Quiz

  • 6

    Module 5 - The Role of Controls

    • Introduction

    • 'Hard' vs. 'Soft' Controls

    • Controls and the 'Swiss Cheese Model' of Accident Causation

    • Types of Fraud and Corruption Controls

    • Module 5 - Summary

    • Module 5 - Knowledge Quiz

  • 7

    Module 6 - Basic Fraud and Corruption Control Steps

    • Introduction

    • Step 1 - Fraud and Corruption Risk Assessment

    • Step 2 - The Fraud and Corruption Control Strategy

    • Step 3 - Implement, Test and Review Controls

    • Step 4 - Report Fraud and Corruption

    • Step 5 - Investigate and Correct Fraud and Corruption

    • Module 6 - Summary

    • Module 6 -Knowledge Quiz

  • 8

    Module 7 - Case Study: 'Good' vs. 'Bad' Organisations

    • Case Study - Part 1

    • Case Study - Part 2

    • The 10 Success Factors

  • 9

    Next Steps...

    • Congratulations, you're almost there!

    • The Final Step ...

    • Additional Resources

Instructor Profile

Jeremy Sandbrook

As the CEO of Integritas360, Jeremy has worked with some of the world’s largest INGOs in strengthening their integrity systems, and provided corruption prevention and AML/CTF training and support to regulatory agencies including the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC), Saudi Arabia’s National Anti-Corruption Commission, and Jordan’s NPO Registry. Prior to his current role, Jeremy was Special Advisor on Anti-Corruption at SOS Children’s Villages International, where he led the INGOs global efforts to start tackling fraud and corruption across its 131 operating countries, and 35,000 staff.