DFI provides training not only to assist our clients in recognizing the “red flags” of fraud but in deciding when a set of circumstances rises to the “reporting” level.
We, at DFI, know that Fraud isn’t just an operational or financial risk. It’s a human risk meaning that it often crosscuts numerous functions and departments within NGOs and non-profit organizations. To combat this risk, DFI highlights the need for Anti-Fraud Training for both managers (tone from the top) and employees.
Research conducted by the Association of Certified Examiners (ACFE) shows that organizations with anti-fraud training experience lower losses and frauds of shorter duration than those without. Fraud awareness throughout your organization can be the single most effective fraud deterrent and vehicle for detection.
DFI is there to assist with those training needs. We provide the following fraud awareness training:
1) “Red Flags” of Fraud in the NGO and non-profit community
2) Basic Fraud Investigation Training for NGOs and non-profits
3) How Do You Know it’s a Fraud?
4) Fraud Scenario Training
We can help set your fraud training goals and work together to provide your organization with a training program that fits your size, budget and experience.