IPA Ethics and Fraud Short Course

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IPA Ethics and Fraud Short Course

In Ethics and Fraud, you will gain an understanding of ethics and of ethical decision-making, as well as consider its importance in preventing and addressing such unethical practices as fraud.


Topics Covered:

Module 1 – Ethics in the Corporate Environment

  • Ethics, Professional Standards and Law
  • Conflicts of Interest and Ethical Decision Making
  • The Nature of Fraud
  • Fraud Prevention and Detection

Module 2:  - Case Studies

  • Two Conflict of Interest Scenarios
  • Case Study: Student Health Services Fraud
  • Analysis: Student Health Services Fraud

Module 3 – Assessment


Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:

  • Relate the requirements of ethical professional practice to preventing and addressing such unethical practices as fraud.
  • Consider the components of the fraud triangle and how fraud risk components might be managed within an organisational setting.
  • Explain the role of effective reporting mechanisms for managing ethical breaches such as fraud.
  • Reflect on ethical professional practice and fraud detection, prevention and management and apply to relevant case studies.

Enrolment Information:

Enrolments will be processed within 1 working day of purchase.

Please note: IPA Short Courses are held via the OpenLearning portal. Students are required to create a learning account that is separate from IPA Membership portal. Students will have 6 months to access and complete the course. Those who do not complete the course within this timeframe will not receive the allocated CPD hours will not be entitled to a refund.


IPA Ethics and Fraud Short Course

  • M (R:$80.00)
  • NM (R:$120.00)
  • S (R:$80.00)

* Price flags: R=Regular, E=Early, NM=Non Member, M=Member, S=Student

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