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Course in the Prevention and Detection of Corruption and Procurement Fraud
Course in the Prevention and Detection of Corruption and Procurement Fraud
Date:
31 Aug 2020
Price:
R 9000.00
Brief Description
The Prevention and Detection of Procurement and Contract Fraud short course provides you with the requisite knowledge and skills to identify fraud and corruption, and to put mechanisms in place to prevent it from occurring, in the procurement and contracting of goods and services. The course aims to provide you with insights to procurement and contract fraud in a range of industries and the varying levels at which it occurs. You will also be able to familiarise yourself with the various applicable legal principles and definitions, while knowing which proactive preventive measures to implement when the red flags are raised.This credit-bearing course* provides you with an entry point to formal degree programmes exclusively presented by the University of Pretoria with credits afforded towards the specified degree modules FRA709 (20 credits).
Learning Outcomes
After successfully completing this course, you will
  • Have a clear understanding of the various fraud schemes that can be perpetrated in procurement and contracting processes
  • Identify and clarify the various common and statutory law principles and definitions that are relevant to procurement and contracting
  • Identify the fraud risks in procurement and contracting processes
  • Detect red flags that might be indicative of fraud and corruption in procurement and contracting processes, and
  • Advise on effective proactive preventive measures aimed at limiting fraud and related offences
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* Successful completion of credit-bearing short courses entails that a candidate who otherwise complies with all the admission requirements for corresponding formal degree programmes as published annually in the respective year faculty year books of the University of Pretoria, may upon registering for the formal programme obtain credits for the corresponding degree modules.
Normal application processes for admission to formal programmes at the University of Pretoria must be followed. Certificates of successful completion of credit-bearing short courses issued by Enterprises University of Pretoria must be submitted during the application for recognition of allocated credits.
Course Content
  • Various fraud schemes that can be perpetrated in procurement and contracting processes
  • Common and statutory law principles and definitions that are relevant to procurement and contracting
  • Fraud risks in procurement and contracting processes
  • Detection of red flags that might be indicative of fraud and corruption in procurement and contracting processes
  • Effective proactive preventive measures aimed at limiting fraud and related offences
Entry Requirements
Prospective delegates should at least have a three-year post-matric qualification and/or relevant work experience.
Course Number:
P000352
Catalogue and Category:
Financial Management and Taxation
Who Should attend:
This course is ideal for you if you are a procurement officials, as well as official who has regular interaction with procurement, such as a persons in finance, legal service, contract administration, support service and internal audit, and fraud examiner.
Delivery Mode:
Contact Sessions
Contact Days:
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