Fraud and corruption have become a major concern throughout the world, professionals at all levels of management in all organisations, industries as well as government departments must be vigilant. Managing the risk of fraud and corruption, however, requires the commitment of all units within the organisation.

Enterprises University of Pretoria (Enterprises UP) recently presented a short course in Fraud Risk Management to delegates working in library services from education institutions. The objective of the course was to provided delegates with a sound understanding of fraud and corruption activities prevalent in their line of work, allowing them to better support their organisations in the implementation of fraud risk management strategies.

Adv. Hannes Bezuidenhout from the Department of Auditing at the University of Pretoria presented the course which covered several topics such as, the risk factors that can lead to fraud being committed or that might be an indication that it is taking place and the investigative techniques that are applied when the possibility of fraud is identified. The short course provided delegates with full awareness of fraud and corruption malpractice in support of developing fraud risk management strategies.

Should you wish for us to provide you with further information on our wide range of training programmes and short courses and research and advisory services contact our management team for assistance.

Stakeholder Relations

Irvin Bogopa – Executive Manager

E: irvin.bogopa@enterprises.up.ac.za

T: +27 (0)12 424 2554

Stakeholder Relations

Elanie Bell

E: elanie.bell@enterprises.up.ac.za

T: +27 (0)12 424 2234