Gain important fraud-fighting knowledge and learn best-practices from your own office or home computer by participating in our newest learning opportunity for anti-fraud professionals: ACFE Online Learning. ACFE Online Learning courses offer you a convenient way to enhance your anti-fraud skills!


Earn CPE credit for your designation by participating in one of our live webinars, accessing the archived version of a previously held webinar or purchasing a CD-ROM for your professional library.


CPE credits for the online recording are eligible for ACFE CPE but are not NASBA compliant; your licensing body, however, may still grant CPE credit. Please contact the organization from which you plan to claim CPE credit to determine if it grants CPE hours for completion of this course via the online recording.


Upcoming Webinars

Managing Client Emotions: The Softer Side of Fraud Examinations

Date: March 31, 2016 at 2 p.m. EST

Description: Conducting fraud engagements is not limited to reviewing documents and computer files, or securing evidence to support or negate allegations of potential wrongdoing. If the investigation is properly performed, human interactions with clients, supervisors, co-workers, victims, witnesses and other professionals will be unavoidable. Depending on the nature of the engagement, emotions can run high, ranging from anger and frustration to denial and depression. Experienced practitioners recognize that emotions come with the territory. The more prepared you are to identify, address and manage the emotional issues during the engagement, the more you will prove invaluable to the team. This will then lead towards the successful resolution to the matter.


Archived Webinars

Potholes on the Ethical Road from Investigation to Prosecution

Navigating the Evolving Challenges of Business Corruption, Fraud and FCPA Issues in China's New Normal

The ABCs of Bankruptcy Fraud

Putting a Case Together: $1.4 Million Expense Reimbursement Fraud, a Forensic Accountant and the FBI

Ethics and Compliance Through the Eyes of an Independent Monitor

Using Tax Returns in Fraud Examinations

Why Audits Fail to Find Fraud

Fraud in Capital Projects and the Construction Process

Anti-Money Laundering in the Digital Currency Environment

Using Readily Available Information Technology Resources to Assist with Auditing for Fraud

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

The Anatomy of a Bribe

Lehman's Collapse - Repo 105/108 Transactions: The Anatomy of Accounting Deception

Bring Your Own Device: Keeping Your Investigation from Becoming DOA

Proactive Strategies for Developing and Managing Compliance Programs

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

Fraud Related Interviewing

Ethics in an Unethical World

Construction Fraud: Detecting, Controlling & Auditing

Positioning for the Future: Creating and Promoting Your Professional Brand in an Evolving Job Market

Integrating Advanced Data Analytics to Identify Rogue Employee Behavior

Neglected: Saving the Small Business from Occupational Fraud

Business Corruption and FCPA Issues in China

Corporate Probation: The Use of Independent Monitors to Improve Compliance and Prevent Fraud

The Landscape of Whistleblowing: A Personal and Professional Perspective

Why We Take the Road to the Ethical Dark Side

Hotlines for Heroes: Creating an Approachable Fraud Reporting Hotline

Business Ethics: Helping Businesses Succeed by Addressing Waste and Abuse

Who's Lying? How to Identify and Document Untruthfulness in Fraud Investigations

So You Want to Be a Fraud Examiner?

Inside Drug Cartels and the Dirty Banks That Serve Them

AML/OFAC Risk Assessment - The Cornerstone of an Effective Compliance Shop

Health Care Reform – A Potential Playground for Fraud

Organized Retail Crime

Financial Statement Fraud in NonProfit Organizations