Regardless of whether (or when) professional standards change, a new specialization in forensic audit has grown, fuled in part by The Sarbanes-Oxley Act's focus on internal control, certification of financial statements and increased criminal penalities for securities fraud. Organizations are increasingly turning to forensic auditors to investigate identified or suspected fraud; provide evidence of how it was perpetrated and by whom, and assist in quantifying damages for insurance recovery or litigation. Organizations are also using forensic audit services proactively, to supplement their primary auditor by providing a "fresh look".
One of the methodologies used in this training is role-play, where participants are free to come up with program completx cases, and using the methodologies acquired in the training, they will be able to simulate what happens in the field. Forensic audit field experts shall also facilitate and give an opportunity to participants to hear real life scenarios, and be able to come up with strategic decisions on the way forward. More interesting you will learn all about managing forensic investigations.
By the end of this course, participants will be able to:
- Understand the basic concepts and theories in Forensic Audting
- Apply these concepts in more complex real life scenarios
- Apply Forensic tools and technologies for Electronic Data
- Profile people in Forensic Investigations
Accountants, Financial officers, Financial controllers, Internal auditors, Fund Managers, Financial Economic planners, Budgeting Officers, Financial Analysts and other professionals who make financial decisions in public/private sectors