The short course aims to equip participants with fundamental knowledge and skills in commercial forensic accountancy necessary to effectively participate in the prevention and combating of commercial crime and related irregularities.
The course will enable participants to have detailed knowledge of accounting principles and transactional cycles, the analysis of financial statements and accounting records as well as the manipulation thereof to execute commercial forensic investigations.
The successful completion of a senior certificate (grade 12) plus two years’ experience relevant to the field of commercial forensic investigations or a tertiary qualification relevant to the field of commercial forensic practice.
Learning assumed to be in place
The ability to study and communicate in English on an acceptable academic level as well as basic skills to independently navigate in an e-learning learning environment.
Course outcomes and the associated assessment criteria
|After completion of this course, the participant should be able to demonstrate:
|The participant will reach the CED Offering outcomes if he/she is able to:
Formative assessment: two written assignments and/or cases Summative assessment: 3 hours, 100 marks examination
Method of assessment
Participants will have to submit two written assignments and/or cases studies (formative assessment), and complete a three-hour examination (summative assessment). The elements stated in the learning outcomes and assessment criteria will form the basis of the assessment.
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Aspiring commercial forensic practitioners, specifically those who intend to become members of the Institute of Commercial Forensic Practitioners.
Contact person name
Mr Albert van Zyl
Contact person e-mail
Contact person telephone number