The purpose of the Identifying Fraudulent Transactions course is to provide participants with an overview of their role in identifying fraudulent transactions and the “red flags” to look for that are common in higher education.

Program Level: Basic

Prerequisites: None

Advanced Preparation: N/A

Instructional Method: Group-Live

Instructor: Kevin Sisemore

Recommended CPE Credit: 1.0  Hours

Field of Study: Behavioral Ethics

Course Objectives:

At the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  • List the common indicators of fraud in public sector transactions;
  • Describe their role as it applies to public sector organizations; and,
  • Define appropriate and inappropriate responses when fraud is suspected.

Course Materials:

  • Identifying Fraudulent Transactions Slides

Program Policies

NASBA Statement:

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