What you'll learn

  • Types of fraud & corruption

    Define fraud and corruption, and understand the different forms that it can take

  • Understanding its magnitude & impact

    Understand the magnitude and impact fraud and corruption has on individuals, organisations and society as a whole

  • How fraud & corruption happens

    Learn the elements needed for fraud and corruption to take place and recognise the warning signs of its presence

Course curriculum

    1. Introduction

    2. Key Milestones in the 'History' Corruption

    3. What is Fraud and Corruption

    4. Types and Forms of Corruption

    5. Module 1 - Summary

    6. Scenario Challenge - Select the right response

    7. Module 1 - Knowledge Quiz

    1. Introduction

    2. Magnitude of Fraud and Corruption

    3. Impacts of Corruption

    4. Module 2 - Summary

    5. Module 2 - Knowledge Quiz

    1. Introduction

    2. External NFP/NGO Corruption Risks

    3. Internal NFP/NGO Corruption Risks

    4. Understanding an NFP/NGO's Fraud and Corruption Profile

    5. Module 3 - Knowledge Quiz

    1. Introduction

    2. Elements of Fraud - The 'Fraud Diamond'

    3. Red Flags - What are they and why they are important

    4. Module 4 - Summary

    5. Module 4 - Knowledge Quiz

    1. Congratulations, you're almost there!

    2. The Final Step ...

    3. Additional Resources

About this course

  • $207.90
  • 29 lessons
  • 1 hour of video content

Instructor Profile

Jeremy Sandbrook

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), the NSW ICAC, 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.