b'COUNTERING AND AUDIT OF FRAUD AND CORRUPTION /The risks from fraud, bribery, corruption, nancial and economicCOURSE OBJECTIVES:On completion, you will be able to: crime are extremely serious, complex and more likely to materialise Understand and assess the current and changing nature ofwith signicant detrimental impacts for countries, societies, fraud and corruption risks, and global mitigation strategies administrations and organisations of all types. This threat needs to Design effective counter fraud and corruption mitigationbe countered in a strategic, systematic, integrated and professional and control manner to global good practice standards and governance Describe an effective counter fraud and corruption culture expectations. This is critical for organisational sustainability and Audit and assure counter fraud and corruption arrangements success, protection of stakeholder value and public condence. KEY TOPICS The best counter fraud strategy is based on deterrence, and where The nature of fraud, bribery, corruption, nancial andpossible prevention, and requires good governance, risk economic crime management and robust control, all operating within a conducive Roles, responsibilities and accountabilities for governance andculture of integrity and transparency. This needs to be rigorously management of fraud and corruption risk audited and assured. Having a robust and committed counter fraud Fraud and corruption risk mitigation and control strategiesand corruption strategy in place, with the resourced capacity and and techniques competency to enforce it, will signicantly deter and prevent fraud Counter fraud and corruption culture and corruption, and is also an essential prerequisite for successful Auditing and assuring counter fraud arrangementsdetection, investigation and prosecution when it occurs. DURATION FEE DATE VENUEThis interactive course provides valuable insights into current international good practice techniques and aids delegates to05 DAYS2,49526 - 30 April 2021 London evaluate, develop and improve fraud risk management.08 - 12 November 2021Singapore It will benet everyone with a role in managing, auditing or oversight of fraud and corruption risk, i.e. all three lines of defence.ICT STRATEGY, GOVERNANCE AND 20% OFFPROJECT MANAGEMENT / JAN-MAR COURSESTransformational change often means taking on increasingly largeKEY TOPICS and complex ICT projects - and equally increasing concerns around Aligning the ICT strategy with the organisational strategy the risk of project failure. Importance of good ICT governanceTechnology choices, acquisition and risk This course examines the rationale for ICT strategy and the reasons Managing and leading change and projects why an organisation might need a governance framework. Key Project methodologies, resources and assurance areas explored include: market trends that could enable or disrupt ICT stakeholders, communications, risk and issuean organisations services; the impact of technology changes on management human capital; and key risks, constraints and cost implications Realising benets and dealing with poorly performing projectsassociated with technology choices. DURATION FEE DATE VENUEIt also examines factors that are critical to the successfulimplementation of large public ICT projects and considers the10 DAYS4,195 01 - 12 March 2021 London methods, tools, techniques and skills needed to be able to01 - 12 November 2021 Londonpositively inuence a projects success.COURSE OBJECTIVES:On completion, you will be able to:Develop ICT strategy aligned to organisational strategyDescribe different types of ICT governance frameworks and the support they provideIdentify risks and create a risk management plan related to technology acquisition and ICT projectsManage key stakeholders, provide project assurance and maintain project controlDescribe remedies for a poorly performing project40e: trainingbookings@crownagents.co.uklt: +44 (0)20 3940 4300'