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    Fraud Investigation
    Financial Fraud Accounting
    Forensic Audit and Accounting
    Transaction Audit
    Cell Phone Forensics
    Crime Science Investigation
    Cyber Forensics
    Cyber Forensics, Cyber Crimes, Cyber Security & Cyber Law
    Cyber Law
    Disk Imaging and eDiscovery
    Document and Fingerprint Examination
    Drone Technician Cum Operator
    Fingerprint Expert
    Fire and Arson Investigation
    Forensic Accounting and Fraud Examiner
    Forensic Audio and Video Analysis
    Forensic Biotechnology and DNA Fingerprinting
    Forensic Detective
    Forensic Engineering
    Forensic Entomology
    Forensic Medicine and Toxicology
    Forensic Odontology
    Forensic Psychology and Criminal Profiling
    Forensic Science and Criminology
    Forensic Science and Cyber Forensics
    Forensic Science and DNA Fingerprinting
    Forensic Science and Document Examination
    Forensic Science and Fingerprint
    Forensic Science and Forensic Graphology
    Forensic Science and Forensic Photography

​​​​This R&A's Fraud & Forensic Auditing workshop / course is designed for those who wish to get an idea how forensic accounting or an investigation works and possible fraud areas in a corporate. Our speakers/trainers uses a combination of traditional lecture, case study and collaborative discussion for course delivery. The instructor’s preference is that much of your learning comes from other participants through guided discussion. An interactive classroom makes the course more interesting.

Forensic Accounting and Fraud Detection specialization is in increasing demand considering increasing incidents of cyber-crimes and frauds Detection. It is the practice of utilizing accounting, auditing, CAATs/ Data Mining Tools, and investigative skills to detect fraud/ mistakes.

Learning Outcomes of this course: 

  • Assessment of the damages
  • Fact finding to see whether fraud/embezzlement has taken place
  • Collection of evidence
  • Investigating and analyzing financial evidences 

You would be glad to know that Certificate Course on Forensic Accounting and Fraud Detection will provide every possible support and guidance to participants to augment their knowledge base in the field of Forensic Accounting and Auditing. 


The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners produce an annual “Report to the Nations” on the pervasiveness of fraud around the globe, therefore, all employees are at risk of seeing fraud in the workplace. Our workshop course on Fraud and Forensic Auditing creates the following organizational impacts:

  • Creates a new awareness of fraud to employees
  • Identifies traits that employees can observe that may suggest fraud has or is taking place
  • Guides employees to new ways of considering internal controls and segregation of duties
  • Instills in employees ways in which they can protect themselves and their organizations from fraud
  • Utilizes real business cases to demonstrate how fraud happens and the ways in which it can impact a company


Very useful to individuals even in their person capacity

  • Guides participants, through self-discovery, to realize past times where fraud may have been present in their lives
  • Gives a competitive edge over the others in an organization
  • Asserts a new level of awareness around fraud, insomuch as it instills knowledge of how fraud works, how it happens, etc.
  • Very useful for Financial Controllers and other Individuals in an organization.
  • Encourages participants to acknowledge fraudulent company’s failures and learn from their mistakes
  • Understanding nature of fraud and fraudster
  • Purpose of Investigation
  • How to Detect Large Value Frauds
  • Forensic Auditing Techniques
  • Computer-based Forensics
  • Data Analytics for Fraud Detection and Investigation
  • Evidence Presentation
  • Report Writing and Articulation


All people, all ages, all places with any background whether in a Corporate Level, Any Controller Position, Finance or Compliance  Team, CFO/CEO's, Even Law Students and Chartered Accountants or Company Secretaries in any organization. All Business or Professions around the globe and at all levels within an organization can benefit from fraud training. Fraudulent behavior favors no single type or size of organization and as such, fraud a topic important to anyone with an association to a business, not-for-profit or organization that has assets. 

  • CXO's 
  • Middle-level and Upper Management within small, medium and large companies
  • Internal Auditors
  • Compliance / Security Officers & Staff
  • Front-line Staff at any organization
  • ​Chief Internal Auditors
  • Heads of Internal Audit
  • Chief security officers
  • Heads of Risk Management | Heads of Legal Department |  Heads of Regulatory Compliance
  • Heads of Legal | In-house Legal Counsel
  • Accountants
  • Internal, External Auditors



Basis of Fraud : ​Understanding the Nature of Fraud, Reflecting on Why People Commit Fraud, Studying the Fraud Triangle, Reviewing the Financial and Personal Vices often leading to Fraudulent Behavior, Profiling a Fraudster

Use of Excel in Forensic Audit : -Text To Column – Conversion of various types of files in
Excel format for use, 
-Flash Fill, - Filtering of data, - Use of IF function in data extraction, - Various functions (COUNT, COUNTIF, SUMIF, COUNTBLANK, SUMIFS, COUNTIFS, Trim), - Search of Similar data (S-S-S and S-S-S-D), using Concatenate Function & Conditional Formatting, Using AND/OR function, - Formula Auditing, - Use of Lookup function in data extraction from various, sources including bank statements
- Fuzzy LookupFuzzy, - PivotTable, - Discussion and Demo on –, - Power Pivot, Multiple file consolidation, Beneish Model, Benford Law, Relative Size Factor


​File Import & Export : - Importing different types of files formats, - File management, - Problems during file import
- Exporting files.

Financial fraud, interviewing and field investigations : 

  1. Course Introduction, Business Fraud, scenario, and fraudster profile
  2. ​Discussion on types of red flags, types of fraud situations.
  3. ​Discussion on types of red flags, types of fraud situations.
  4. ​Red and Green Flags, Case Studies Types of Frauds


​Key Fraud Examination (Measures in Corporate Fraud Environment)

  1. Planning & Conducting Fraud Examination
  2. ​From Obtaining Evidence to developing of Fraud Response Plan
  3. ​Analyzing Documents
  4. ​Interview Theory & Application
  5. ​Interviewing Suspects and obtaining signed statements​.


Financial Statement Transaction and Fraud Concepts

  1. Accounting Concepts
  2. Financial Statement Fraud
  3. Asset Misappropriation: Cash Receipts, Fraudulent Disbursements, Inventory & Other Assets,
  4. Bribery & Corruption
  5. Theft of Data & Intellectual Property
  6. Financial Institution Fraud/ Payment Fraud/ Insurance Fraud/ Healthcare Fraud / Consumer Fraud/ Computer & Internet Fraud / Contract & Procurement Fraud 

Real Life Case Studies of Fraud Identified in Corporate Environment, Report Writing and Communicating to the senior Management.

Covert Examinations

  1. Sources of Examination
  2. Data Analysis & Reporting Tools
  3. Tracing Illicit Transactions
  4. Report Writing
  5. Fraud Examination Checklist – Discussion
  6. Understanding Criminal Behavior
  7. White Collar Crime
  8. Management Fraud Related Responsibilities
  9. Auditor Fraud Related Responsibilities
  10. Fraud Risk Assessment
  11. Fraud Risk Prevention ​


Bank Forensics How to be Financially Aware 

Digital Forensics :
- Network Forensics
- USB Forensics
- Email Forensics
- Digital Footprints
- Cloud Forensics

Contact : R&A Forensics Email us at forensic@rajvanshica.com 

​​This R&A's Fraud & Forensic Auditing workshop / course is designed for those who wish to learn about the most common white collar crime in business – fraud. Fraud is a phenomenon encompassing the fraud triangle – opportunity, rationalization and pressure – which includes many human psychological components. This training course is designed to dive deep into the why, the how and the who, as we discuss what the typical fraudster ‘looks like’ and why they decide to perpetuate a crime against a company. The course also givens insights of how to identify the "redflags" and the course of action. 

Upon studying the various ways in which white collar perpetrators do their work, the course reviews, with real examples, the ways in which companies combat fraud, in both preventive and detective ways. Further, we explore some of the more common types of fraud discovery, including the use of big data and analytics tools, through case study. Finally, we look at ways in which internal controls can help or hinder fraud prevention via the use of hands on exercises where YOU design the fraud control. Come learn about how to protect your company’s assets against white collar crime. The course has been designed from ACFE Course

This workshop includes :

  • The Psychology of Types Fraud in the Workplace
  • Key Triggers that may suggest Fraud is or could take place
  • Internal Controls Department, role of Controllers 
  • Preventive and Detective Controls 
  • Providing our members with adequate study material to identify fraud cases.
  • Case Studies of Companies who experienced Fraud

* Plus Applicable Taxes

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