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Self-Study CPE Courses
Expand your anti-fraud knowledge with our comprehensive NASBA compliant self-study CPE courses covering fraud basics and advanced topics written by the ACFE Research Team and other anti-fraud experts.
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A comprehensive list of available online self study courses.
 
Understanding the Basics of Mortgage Fraud

This course will explore the history of the mortgage industry, the life cycle of a mortgage loan and techniques to identify red flags of mortgage fraud schemes.

Internal Controls for Data Security (Online Self-Study)

This course examines the multifarious threats to data security, and provides context for the environments in which they flourish, as well as strategies for their mitigation.

Internal Investigations in Canada: Interviewing and Reporting

This course addresses issues unique to fraud examinations in Canada, exploring the strategies necessary to conduct a successful interview.

Adopting a Proactive Strategy When Developing and Managing a Compliance Program

This course provides guidance on how to develop a strategic approach to operating an effective and efficient compliance program.

Common Ethical Lapses by CFEs (Online Self-Study)

This course is designed to educate you about common circumstances that lead to ethical lapses in judgment and help you gain insights regarding the potential consequences of your actions.

Textual Analytics (Online Self-Study)

Text mining and other textual analysis techniques are discussed in this course, and examples are provided on how they can be used during an investigation or as a proactive anti-fraud measure.

Bring Your Own Device: Keeping Your Investigation from Becoming DOA (Webinar CD)

This presentation will discuss the technical challenges of collecting electronically stored information (ESI) in a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) environment.

Why Good People Do Bad Things: The Psychology of Workplace Deviance

This course focuses on the psychology of workplace deviance and fraud to help you recognize that good people sometimes do bad things for what they believe are good reasons.

Predictive Analytics to Prioritize Investigations and Audits of Contract Fraud, Waste and Abuse

You will learn how the USPS OIG believes that predictive analytics will aid auditing, postal business operations and other governmental agencies looking to reduce and minimize fraud, waste and abuse.

How to Build an Effective Ethics Program (Workbook)

This course discusses ethics in general, how it relates to business and provides instruction on how to assess the ethical climate of your organization to determine what changes need to be made.