AML Investigation Program - 5 days
Face to Face
Dates: 22 - 26 July 2019
Registrations close on: 1 July 2019
Course cost: $2,500
Venue: University of Canberra
This Program is designed to introduce learners to a variety of financial crimes, the reasons why people commit them and how to investigate the crimes with a view to prosecution. The Program is aimed at Commonwealth Government Officers who require an understanding of Anti-Money Laundering legislation and investigative practices in the management and examination of serious financial crimes. The Program will include analysis of relevant provisions of the Anti-Money Laundering and Counter‑Terrorism Financing Act 2006.
This course covers 3 major areas:
Introduction to Financial Crime
The first day of the course provides an overview of financial crime, in particular fraud and money laundering and business structures. Business structures are relevant to, and used in the commission of financial crimes and predicate offences, which give rise to the proceeds of crime in the case of money laundering.
Applied Financial Crime Control
The learners are introduced to financial crime control processes including investigations.
Advanced Financial Crime Control
Emphasis is placed on proactive financial crime control processes.
This course includes the following nationally recognised units of competency:
PSPINV002 Conduct an investigation
PSPREG021 Coordinate investigation processes
PSPFRU003 Communicate fraud control awareness
Upon successful completion, these units can be credited towards the qualification of PSP50416 Diploma of Government Investigations.
ACFEC applies a risk-based approach to determine the risks of an assessment tool. Assessment tools include:
participation in a workplace simulated assessment activity
testing of underpinning knowledge through short answer questions, and
requests for learners to provide evidence of prior application of skills and pre-courses assignment (where required and requested by the client)