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Fighting fraud in NGOs
- What is fraud and why do people do it?
- Designing out fraud risk and developing controls
- Ways to detect fraud in case it should occur, including a speaking up hotline
- Equipping managers to ably handle fraud or alleged fraud, to take actions which are fair and firm.
Course code: ST6
This 2-day course builds the skills and confidence of NGO managers and staff to prevent, detect and respond to fraud, making sure funds get to where they are most needed.
|Course costs||Early booking|
|Individuals, and non-profit organisations with less than £1m income||360||450|
|Non-profit organisations more than £1m income||450||560|
Who should attend
This course is designed specifically for NGO programme, operations and finance staff, who need to proactively manage the risk of fraud. The course is primarily aimed at:
- Senior Managers of national NGOs, such as Programme and Finance Managers and
- International NGO staff who manage partner relationships, such as Desk Officers or Project Officers
The course is most likely to be relevant to organisations with more than 12-15 staff or an annual budget of greater than £250,000. It would also be of interest to NGO internal auditors.
We recommend that you read this course outline carefully to make sure the content is relevant and meets your learning requirements. If you are not sure if this course is for you, please contact us.
|Deterrence – strategies to reduce fraud incidents||
|Prevention – protecting and safeguarding assets||
|Response – handling it well||
|Culture – creating an environment where fraud cannot thrive||
|Summary and close||
At the end of the course, participants will be able to:
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