Forensic accountants are required to work with many different types of evidence, along with their respective sources. However, not all evidence collected in the investigative process is financial in nature. In many instances, it’s the non-financial evidence that holds the most value and significance. Most fraud investigation processes begin with the identification of financial discrepancies. What happens next requires a combination of both data analysis and the collection of evidence, financial and non-financial alike. Success as a working forensic accountant means knowing how to collect, analyse and work with all available evidence – not just the documented facts and figure.
This exclusive tutorial is ideally-suited to newcomers to the forensic accountancy profession. Explore the fraud investigation interview process, along with how to pick up on eye movements, facial expressions, physical gestures and body language in general. Study statement analysis, how to read between the lines and what can be learned from interviewees, without them having to say a word out loud..
No prior knowledge is required to take this unit.
|Course Duration||10 Hours|
|Start Date||on going|
|Pay in Instalment||Full Fee £ 120, Deposite £ , ( £ 0/month )|