According to the “Cross-Government Fraud Landscape Bulletin 2019-20”, the estimated fraud cost to the government outside of the tax and welfare system is £2.5- £25bn per year. This increases to £29.3bn-£52bn when fraud against the tax and welfare system is included.
With fraud increasing due to Covid-19 and fraudsters getting more sophisticated, now is the time to develop more effective strategies to counteract fraud.
This virtual Counter-Fraud Training for the Public Sector course has been specifically designed for public sector organisations to gain the necessary tools and techniques to identify, prevent and tackle cases of fraud.
Attend this interactive course to assess the current fraud landscape; gain more effective counter-fraud techniques; utilise data and technology to detect fraud, and work with the trainer to develop counter-fraud strategies.
Unlocking the Power of Virtual
Our virtual courses have been designed with you in mind. From group exercises in breakout rooms to live chat, whiteboards and interactive polls, we use a range of tools and techniques to ensure that you can connect with your trainer; network and share best practice with your peers and leave the day with the skills you need.
Our courses provide you with an interactive and engaging learning environment that can be accessed from any location, helping you to continue to connect, learn and grow. Click here to discover more!
Please note we will use Zoom to virtually deliver this course.
Peter Tickner spent nearly 40 years as an auditor in the NHS, central government and the Police. After a five year spell as an audit lecturer at the Civil Service College in the 1980s Peter became Head of Internal Audit of Her Majesty’s Treasury in 1988. In 1995 Peter left HM Treasury to become Director of Internal Audit for London’s Metropolitan Police, a post he held until early retirement in 2009, when he set up his own consultancy and fraud investigation business.
While at the Metropolitan Police Peter set up a highly successful internal fraud investigation unit looking at ...