Organizations have compliance and ethics programs in place to deter and detect fraud, illegality and employee misconduct so the company can protect its legal and financial health. For the programs to be effective, employees must understand its requirements, how to comply and where to find help.
In this course, you will learn about the elements of an effective compliance and ethics training program which include legal compliance, ethical decision-making skills, anti-fraud education and best practices. Additionally, you will learn how to create and assess a compliance and ethics training program.
- Methods of assessing your organization’s compliance and ethics risks
- Benefits and challenges of compliance and ethics training
- Best practices for planning and administering the training program
- Methods of effectively assessing your compliance and ethics training program
- Best practices for developing the training content
This course fulfills the annual ethics CPE requirement for CFEs. To learn more about the ethics CPE requirement for CFEs, please visit ACFE.com/EthicsCPE
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You Will Learn How To:
- Recognize basic concepts related to compliance and ethics, including best practices for making ethical decisions
- Identify best practices for creating an effective compliance and ethics program, including the U.S. Federal Sentencing Guidelines for Organizations
- Recall the benefits and challenges of compliance and ethics training
- Identify best practices for planning a compliance and ethics training program, developing the training content and administering the training
- Recognize common methods of assessing the effectiveness of a compliance and training program
ADVANCED PREPARATION: NONE
FIELD OF STUDY: BEHAVIORAL ETHICS
LAST UPDATED: MAY 2019
DELIVERY METHOD: QAS SELF-STUDY
Table of Contents:
- Lesson 1: Introduction to Compliance and Ethics
- Lesson 2: Conducting a Compliance and Ethics Risk Assessment
- Lesson 3: Creating a Compliance and Ethics Program
- Lesson 4: The Benefits and Challenges of Compliance and Ethics Training
- Lesson 5: Planning the Training Program
- Lesson 6: Developing the Training Content
- Lesson 7: Administering the Training
- Lesson 8: Assessing the Training Program
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