Procurement Fraud: Risk, Control and Response

Procurement Fraud: Risk, Control and Response

From kick backs and 'quid pro quos' to fictitious suppliers, procurement fraud is a threat to stakeholder trust, company reputation and organisational finances - so prevention and detection is crucial before it takes hold. This course gives you the tools and knowledge to combat the threat.

Module details

You’ll learn how to take a strategic approach to countering procurement fraud: understanding and identifying the risks and indicators, and the controls to mitigate them. You’ll develop a strategy to counter procurement fraud in your organisation, put together a tool kit, and plan an effective response. Your learning will be based on an interactive case study, providing you with hands on experience as well as a range of tools and templates to take away with you. 

On completion of the course you will be able to:

  • Develop a counter fraud procurement strategy
  • Undertake effective risk assessments
  • Create a counter procurement fraud tool kit
  • Identify controls and know how to mitigate the risk
  • Identify indicators and develop a response plan

If you have an interest in, or responsibility for, preventing procurement fraud in your organisation, then this course is for you.

Entry requirements

No prior experience necessary.

Schedule & Teaching

One day

Classroom-based at our COVID-secure offices in Euston.