Fraud and Policing

Counter Fraud is increasingly a priority for all organisations as they seek to mitigate both internal and external threats.  At Intqual-pro, we believe in taking opportunities to professionally develop individuals in specialist areas. Following 5 years of successful qualification delivery to those operating in fraud and surveillance roles with our existing programmes we are delighted to be one of the first providers of the new regulated Fraud qualifications, allowing those working within Fraud Investigation and Fraud Prevention to achieve relevant qualifications which recognise their specialised skill set. The newly developed programmes, the first regulated qualifications of their type in this specialisation, ensures that training and assessment in two crucial areas are structured, standardised and provides cross sector recognised benchmarks for those working in fraud.

Both qualifications achieve criteria by using a combination of knowledge and practical-based training to provide proof that the learners understand underpinning theory to effectively apply associated skills essential in a Counter Fraud role.

Fraud Investigation

Fraud Investigation covers the key components of an investigation.  Key is understanding current legislation, gathering suitable information and intelligence, being able plan and effectively interview victims, witnesses and possible perpetrators ensuring the Disclosure test is applied. All these areas are fundamental when working in fraud investigations. The programme focuses on the following areas:

  • Understanding Fraud and Fraudsters
  • The Role of the Fraud Investigator
  • Understanding Legislation and Regulations relating Fraud Investigation
  • Understanding Intelligence Gathering
  • Principles of Fraud Investigation
  • Working with Partner Organisations in Fraud Investigations
  • Undertaking Interviews in Fraud Investigations
  • Fraud Investigation Planning and Process
  • Fraud Investigation Reporting and Closure

Fraud Prevention

Fraud Prevention enables delegates to understand and assess risk of fraud that their organisation could face.  Delegates will understand, develop, and communicate fraud prevention strategies that cover fraud prevention campaigns and effective use of technology.  The programme focuses on 6 key areas:

  • Understanding Fraud and Fraudsters
  • Deterring Fraud in Organisations
  • Protecting Individuals from Fraud
  • Fraud Prevention Campaigns
  • Use of Technology to Prevent Fraud

Within both programmes, there is an underpinning focus of understanding what Fraud is and the impact it can have on your organisation.