Accredited Counter Fraud Technician (ACFTech) Training – Available February 2016
Recognised industry wide as the qualification for desktop claims professionals in the counter fraud and investigation sector.
As the leading provider of integrated risk-reduction solutions, we are delighted to announce the addition to our training portfolio of the ACFTech qualification.
Delivered by our Accredited Counter Fraud Trainers the course is accredited by the University of Portsmouth and the Counter Fraud Professional Accreditation Board (CFPAB) who oversee the delivery of the training course taking into account the quality and effectiveness.
The course has been designed to provide delegates with an overview of the fraud problem in the UK, the precautions and measures for its control and management, a foundation in both civil and criminal legislation and practical tips in investigation techniques and procedures
The ACFTech training is recognised industry wide and is specifically designed for individuals or groups who deal with fraud i.e. claims handlers, desktop ‹investigators & who would benefit from an understanding of legislation, case law, investigatory best practice and interview techniques which will help you in your respective roles.
The course is classroom based employing a variety of training methods to meet each individual preferred learning style, including: classroom-based teaching, group work, practical exercises and case studies.
The Course is designed to offer delegates a deeper understanding of fraud within the UK, coupled with a working knowledge of how to manage and develop an investigation.
You will be provided with detailed information on both civil and criminal legislation, enabling the ability to make best use of fraud investigation enquires, and develop best practice when dealing with exhibits, information and evidence handling.
- Fraud in context and the Civil and Criminal Justice systems
- Fraud Act
- False instruments
- Theft Act
- False accounting
- Police and Criminal Evidence Act
- Statement writing
- Human Rights Act and ECHR
- Criminal Procedure and Investigations Act
- Exhibits and handling of evidence
- Data Protection Act
- Communication skills
The ACFTech training and qualification can either be held at our bespoke training facility or at client sites. Upon successful completion, the delegate receives a certificate of achievement which confirms eligibility for 20 credits towards the University of Portsmouths BSc (Hons) degree in Counter Fraud and Criminal Justice Studies.
For enquires or to register please contact Andy McGeown, Digilog Director of Training Andy.McGeown@digiloguk.com