Building and Maturing Your Internal Investigations Program
From a tiny startup to a multinational corporation employing thousands, all organizations benefit greatly from a robust internal investigations program. With fraud posing imminent risk to every industry, geographical region, and even every individual, organizations must invest the time and resources necessary to build effective and efficient internal investigations departments from the ground up.
Throughout the duration of this course, you will be called upon to thoughtfully examine each building block of an internal investigations program. Join fraud expert Leah Lane, CFE as she carefully dissects all the moving parts required to make internal investigations successful, including developing a Standard Operating Procedure, tips on triaging cases and how to stay up to date with the latest in fraud trends and training.
You Will Learn How To:
Recognize the key components necessary to build a successful internal investigations program
Identify the benefits and risks associated with conducting investigations internally
Apply the essential elements of developing an investigations program to daily organizational operations
Table of Contents
|Unit 1||Take Your Investigations to the Next Level (Video length - 12:20 minutes)|
|Unit 2||Let SOP Be Your Guide (Video length - 12:28 minutes)|
|Unit 3||No Small Frauds (Video length - 14:36 minutes)|
|Unit 4||Keep Training on Track (Video length - 13:40 minutes)|
|Unit 5||Benefits of Metrics: Value, Action, Results (Video length - 14:34 minutes)|
|Unit 6||Maturing the Process (Video length - 12:31 minutes)|
|Postscript||Insight into the Expert (Video length - 4:50 minutes)|
|NASBA Information:||Specialized Knowledge|
|Last Updated:||January 2023|
|Delivery Method:||QAS Self-Study|
About the Expert
Leah Lane, CFE - Expert
Lane is a former director of global investigations at Texas Instruments, audit manager at JCPenney, and security manager at Hewlett-Packard. As a passionate investigator, she also spent seven years working as a special agent with the United States Customs Service. Her wealth of experience is abundantly apparent in this course and provides a strong framework for launching an internal investigation program to guide any organization to success at fighting fraud.
Please note: To be eligible for CPE credit, you must complete the final exam within one year of purchase date. You may only claim CPE credit for a course once.
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