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As fraud rises up the agenda for Boards globally, one of the key challenges is how to effectively influence a change in the attitudes and behaviors of their executives and staff.
The KPMG Fraud Awareness Training e-learning course, prepared by top experts within KPMG, can be used stand-alone or as part of an overall blended training package which aims to influence the behaviour of the workforce and create a real anti-fraud culture that is not simply process-driven but a mindset lived by the people who use these processes every day.
This course provides high quality interactive multimedia content and a ready-to-use and easy to implement training solution that can be done anytime, anywhere.
We start by examining what fraud is and what it means to different people and businesses.
KPMG splits fraud into three main categories and we discover each of these in turn.
The consequences of fraud can be far reaching. Damage to an organization’s reputation can include loss of revenue, destruction of shareholder value and can impact severely on corporate trust
Why people commit fraud is a very important piece of the training as it provides organizations with practical tips on what to watch for and what they can do to prevent fraud
We want you to get the most out of your learning experience. For this reason we have chosen to present the content as concisely as possible with attractive graphics and that can make learning fun and enjoyable.
The training is reinforced by a series of interactive exercises placed throughout the course, as well as a final assessment at the end of the training.
KPMG Fraud Awareness e-Learning: Cutting through complexity
This video sets out the key elements of the Fraud Awareness E-learning Module. For more information please contact Laura Davies or Sam Humphries
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