End Point Assessment – Counter Fraud Investigator

The cross over between effective use of intelligence within the investigative process has allowed us to build closing relationships with many of the UKs leading investigative agencies. From National Government to local authority, insurance fraud to insider threat, we have investigative and training experience across the range of  sectors and associated roles, understanding the differences in focus and process within investigations.

End Point Assessment for the role of Counter Fraud Investigation consists of two elements:

Professional Discussion Underpinned by Portfolio:

A structured professional discussion with a minimum of 8 questions focused on the submitted portfolio evidence. Its is required that the portfolio evidence demonstrates understanding of and engagement with the below topics:

  • Legislation and policy
  • Case Initiation
  • Evidence Gathering
  • Interviewing
  • Case Progression
  • Parallel Approach
  • Stakeholder Engagement
  • Sanctions, Redress and Punishment

Between 10 and 15 pieces of evidence must be submitted to cover the range of planned knowledge, skills and behaviours mapped to the assessment plan.

Investigative Report, Presentation and Questioning:

The submission of a 2,000-2,500 word investigative report covering the four primary elements of an investigation. This will be supported by a presentation with questions from the End Point Assessor.

The report will focus on:

  • Legislation
  • Evidence Gathering Duties
  • Interviewing
  • Case Progression

Whilst the presentation and questions will cover:

  • A report summary
  • Explanation of how and why specific methods were used
  • Critical review of the investigation
  • Learning points from the investigation

The full End Point Assessment Strategy can be found here.