Delivered in five, two-hour webcasts, each module conveys examples from real-life fraud cases to reinforce the relevancy and frequency fraud has in today's businesses. Dr. Kelly Richmond Pope leads the learner through common fraud concepts and scenarios delivered via lecture, animated videos, interviews, podcasts, and games. Each module is designed to be engaging and informative and will enhance one's understanding of fraud.
Module 1: Fraud 101: Understanding Basic Fraud Schemes (FC01)
Addresses common fraud schemes found in business transactions and concludes with a conversation with Nathan Mueller, a reformed white-collar offender who committed financial statement fraud from a large financial institution.
Module 2: How Can I Spot Fraud? A Review of Fraud Detection and Prevention Techniques (FC02)
Discusses ways to detect and prevent fraud within an organization, reviewing various fraud cases. It concludes with a conversation with Jason Chez, a reformed white-collar offender who committed a large embezzlement scheme in a sizeable healthcare organization.
Module 3: Why Do They Do It? The Psychology of Fraud (FC03)
Covers the psychology behind white-collar crime, including the concepts of fraud triangle, truth default theory, the concept of cognitive dissonance, confirmation bias, and availability.
Module 4: Lessons Learned: What a $53 Million Fraud Can Teach Us (FC04)
Takes an in-depth look at the largest municipal fraud in U.S. history and discusses red flags auditors missed. It concludes with a conversation with former U.S. Marshal Jason Wojdylo, who was an integral part of this case.
Module 5: The Role of the Whistle-blower (FC05)
Reviews historical financial whistle-blowers and the role they play in organizations. It also addresses applicable laws and concludes with a conversation with a real-life military whistle-blower.