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Forensic Auditing and Anticorruption



This training program provides comprehensive training on detecting, investigating, and preventing corruption through forensic auditing practices. It  empowers participants to contribute to the integrity and transparency of organizations by combating corruption and fraud effectively.

Program Objectives:

At the end of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the principles and best practices of forensic auditing and anticorruption.

  • Conduct corruption risk assessments and implement risk management strategies.

  • Utilize forensic audit techniques to detect and investigate corruption.

  • Develop and implement anticorruption policies, procedures, and training programs.

  • Conduct effective corruption investigations and report findings accurately.

Targeted Audience:

  • Forensic auditors and fraud investigators.

  • Compliance officers and anticorruption professionals.

  • Risk management professionals specializing in corruption prevention.

  • Legal and regulatory compliance professionals.

  • Law enforcement officers and investigators involved in corruption cases.

Program Outlines:

Unit 1:

Introduction to Forensic Auditing and Anticorruption:

  • Overview of forensic auditing and its role in detecting and preventing corruption.

  • Understanding the significance of anticorruption measures in organizational integrity.

  • Key concepts and principles of forensic auditing and anticorruption.

  • Relationship between forensic auditing, compliance, and risk management.

  • Importance of ethical conduct and professionalism in forensic auditing.

Unit 2:

Legal and Regulatory Framework:

  • Understanding relevant laws, regulations, and international standards related to corruption prevention.

  • Analyzing legal frameworks such as the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and the UK Bribery Act.

  • Exploring regulatory requirements and guidelines governing forensic auditing and anticorruption practices.

  • Understanding the role of enforcement agencies and regulatory bodies in combating corruption.

  • Ensuring compliance with legal and regulatory obligations in forensic auditing activities.

Unit 3:

Forensic Audit Techniques:

  • Techniques for conducting forensic audits to detect and investigate corruption.

  • Utilizing data analytics and digital forensics tools for fraud detection.

  • Conducting interviews and interrogations to gather evidence.

  • Applying forensic accounting techniques to uncover financial irregularities.

  • Documenting findings and maintaining audit trails for evidentiary purposes.

Unit 4:

Corruption Risk Assessment and Management:

  • Conducting corruption risk assessments to identify vulnerabilities and exposure.

  • Developing corruption risk management strategies and controls.

  • Implementing due diligence procedures for third-party risk management.

  • Designing and implementing anticorruption policies, procedures, and training programs.

  • Establishing whistleblowing mechanisms and channels for reporting corruption.

Unit 5:

Investigating and Reporting Corruption:

  • Strategies for conducting effective corruption investigations.

  • Preserving evidence and maintaining chain of custody.

  • Conducting interviews with suspects and witnesses.

  • Drafting clear and comprehensive investigation reports.

  • Presenting findings to management, stakeholders, and law enforcement authorities.

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