Professional Financial Crime Control Program - 5 days
- Face to Face
- June 2017
- August 2017
- October 2017
University of Canberra
Bruce, ACT 2617
ACFEC delivers training solutions for supporting and developing Financial Crime and Fraud control capacity within the public and private sectors. This program is suitable for those working within the public and private sectors, such as financial institutions and Commonwealth departments, irrespective of their disciplinary background, experience level and current role.
This course consists of the following tiered intensive courses (5 days in total), and one or more modules can be enrolled in based on yout needs:
Introduction to Financial Crime (1 day)
This workshop provides an overview of financial crime, in particular fraud and money laundering. It also reviews business structures as they 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 (2 days)
This workshop builds upon the Introduction to Financial Crime workshop. It introduces learners to financial crime control processes including investigations. It also covers the following two units of competency from the qualification PSP50416 Diploma of Government Investigations (assessment optional):
- PSPINV002 Conduct an investigation; and
- PSPREG021 Coordinate investigation processes.
Advanced Financial Crime Control (2 days)
This workshop builds upon both the Introduction to Financial Crime and Applied Financial Crime
Control workshops. Its emphasis is on proactive financial crime control processes. The course
also covers the following two units of competency from the qualification PSP50416 Diploma of
Government Investigations (assessment optional):
- PSPFRU003 Communicate fraud control awareness; and
- PSPFRU004 Anticipate and detect possible fraud activity
These professional development courses are also linked to units from the qualification PSP50416 Diploma of Government Investigations with assessment optional.
ACFEC applies a risk-based approach to determine the risks of an assessment tool. Assessment tools include:
- practical exercises
- 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)