At a glance
15-45 minutes online
Criminal Code Act 1995 (Australia)
Crimes Act 1961 (New Zealand)
Available in Australian, New Zealand, and Region-neutral content format
Structured LearningiDesigned for learners with little prior knowledge, this course type takes the learner through the course subject sequentially – one step at a time., Accelerated LearningiCreated for learners with prior knowledge, this course type allows learners to control how they engage with the full course content. It delivers scenario-based learning with questions embedded in the teachings and a ‘Learn More’ option, giving learners the option of how they consume/engage the information., and Accelerated Multi-Device LearningiThis course type is designed for learners with prior knowledge, giving learners more ability to self-direct how they engage with the full course content. Using scenarios with voice-overs, tests within the course, and a ‘Learn More’ option, learners can engage the course on any smartphone, tablet, or PC..
About this course
Fraud is a deliberate act that involves using deception to gain advantage from a position of trust or authority. While laws may differ between jurisdictions, the principles remain similar.
It can affect any organisation, regardless of size or type of business, and poses a major risk not only to the financial bottom-line but also to reputation.
On completing this course, learners should be able to:
- understand what fraud is;
- be able to identify different types of fraud; and
- know how fraud is addressed in their business.
- Fraud Definitions
- What is fraud?
- Financial cost of fraud
- Indirect cost of fraud
- Types of fraud
- Misappropriation & examples
- Falsifying company records
- Intellectual & company property
- Awareness & management of fraud
This Safetrac course is built in conjunction with: