THIS COURSE IS A SELF-STUDY, SELF-PACED COURSE.
PRESENTED BY: FRAUD DOCTOR AND ILEAA
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Organizations need to prevent, detect, and respond to fraud and similar risks from control failures. They must also learn from their own as well as others’ events to prevent future, unnecessary risks and repetition of avoidable losses and subsequent harms. Systemic root cause analysis is a problem-solving approach that seeks to move past the evaluation of immediate symptoms to instead identify latent and more problematic causes which lie behind events. This online, self-paced course will center around actual events to familiarize and educate participants in how their organizations can effectively identify control breakdowns causes. In addition, they will learn how to diagnose and isolate systemic risks that all too often lead to unnecessary losses and their impacts.
Detailed Course Description
During this course, students will receive instructor-delivered content, self-study, and perform hands-on exercises in the use of tools and techniques found in systemic root cause analysis.
The course allows students to:
·develop understandings of the value and challenges of systemic root cause analysis;
·become familiar with the sentinel event review approach and broader concepts of root cause analysis;
·deepen understanding of concepts of critical thinking, and then apply them to professional judgment in auditing, accounting, and governance scenarios;
·analyze common symptoms and characteristics of fraud;
·develop considerations for implementation, linkage to existing risk management, and auditing activities;
·understand accountability for managers, finance, and audit professionals.
Who the Course is For:
Those pursuing CPE credits, this course offers 10 credit hours and is at a basic or introductory level.
About the Instructor:
Paul Dunlop, MPS joined Fraud Doctor in 2018. He is a high performing executive with 30-years of diverse experience across the financial crimes domain acquired during progressive roles in Europe and North America with impactful accomplishments in both the financial services industry and law enforcement field. He specializes in making fraud, cyber & financial crimes programs a business competitive advantage, synthesizing complex regulatory requirements and frameworks into integrated value-add strategies, programs, and technology solutions.
Dunlop’s private industry experience has seen him cycle between both strategic and operational leadership roles, including the redesign of Citi’s global fraud management efforts, with associated responsibility for the company’s Identity Theft FACTA Program. He has held progressive leadership roles across corporate security, investigations, and risk management with his early financial services career focused on designing AML, enhanced due diligence, employment background screening, intelligence & analytics, and leading operations & technology programs in corporate security. He has also conducted major corporate investigations (e.g. “Panama Papers”) and led transformative initiatives as diverse as fraud risk assessment, enterprise case management, cross-border privacy, and the adaptation of systemic root cause methodologies for fraud and operational risk.
Dunlop also established the medical and legal provider fraud programs at Travelers Insurance. Prior to immigrating to the US, he served in the Metropolitan Police in London, UK. Dunlop serves on advisory boards at the University of South Florida’s College of Education and MUMA School of Business in the design of cyber education for executives and practitioners. In addition, he is an appointed board member for the LexisNexis Fraud Defense Network Advisory Board and an advisor to the Identity Theft Resource Center data breach committee. He is a graduate of Middlesex University, UK with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Work-Based Studies (Law Enforcement & Crime Management) and obtained his Master of Professional Studies degree in Cyber Policy and Risk Analysis at Utica College, NY.
What Participants Will Learn:
– will have an understanding of the challenges of systemic root cause analysis
– will become familiar with the sentinel event review approach and other concepts
-will have an understanding of critical thinking concepts and be able to utilize them in an audit.
-will know common sense in relation to fraud.
– will participate in hands-on activities, learning the systemic root cause analysis.
– will be able to recognize risk management and be able to link existing circumstances to it.
– will be able to implement solid accountability to managers, finance, and auditing professionals.
Other Benefits of the Course:
-24/7 access to course-take it when you have time!
-Qualified Assessment quiz after each lesson to gauge your progress.
-Printable CPE certificate
Additional information about the course including requirements:
This course uses the following applications:
•spreadsheets such as MS Excel or Google Sheets;
•word processor such as MS Word or Google Docs; and
•PDF reader such as Adobe Acrobat.
•Students will be required to use the software of their choosing during the exercise portion of the lesson. Therefore, prior to starting the course, students will need to be able to access the software during certain lessons in order to be able to complete the course.
Note: Students must earn 80% or higher on the exam in order to pass the course.
Other Fields of Study:
This course may be submitted for consideration for continuing professional education (CPE) credit under the following fields of study:
•ACFE (Association of Certified Fraud Examiners) – Specialized Knowledge and Applications;
•AICPA (American Institute of Certified Public Accountants) – Specialized Knowledge and Applications; non-registered sponsor
•NASBA (National Association of State Boards of Accountancy) – Specialized Knowledge and Applications; non-registered sponsor