Fraud-Related Internal Controls


FRIC  CPE Credit: 16
Course Level: Intermediate
Prerequisite: Basic knowledge of financial transactions and accounting systems




Much of occupational fraud can be prevented by implementing key internal controls. Additionally, internal controls for fraud prevention are a key component of compliance with regulatory and legislative requirements.

This course is perfect for auditors, chief financial officers and those who need to know the details of an effective fraud deterrence initiative. Get an in-depth look at the four fraud schemes most relevant to internal control: asset misappropriation, disbursement fraud, check tampering and corruption.

You Will Learn How To:

Identify various types of preventive, detective and corrective controls

Ascertain the structure of the COSO Internal Control Framework and recognize its various elements

Identify the various types of computer-based general and application controls, and determine how they can be applied to prevent and detect fraud

Recognize fraud schemes related to asset misappropriation, corruption and financial statement fraud

Determine red flags of fraud schemes and internal controls that can be used to prevent and detect each scheme


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Field of Study: Auditing
Last updated: October 2017


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