After completing this course, the learner should be able to:
- Identify the common types of fraud in a non-profit or governmental environment.
- Recall the best practices for mitigating the risk of fraud and abuse.
- Recognize the independent auditor's responsibility for identifying and communicating fraud and abuse in a financial statement or compliance audit.
Jennifer F. Louis, CPA, has over 25 years of experience in designing and instructing high quality training programs in a wide variety of technical and “soft skills” topics needed for professional and organization success. In 2003, she founded Emergent Solutions Group, LLC, where she focuses her energy on designing and delivering practical and engaging accounting and auditing training. She was most recently Director of Audit Product Development at Surgent Professional Education, and prior to that served as Executive Vice President/Director of Training Services at AuditWatch, Inc. Jennifer started her career in Audit for Deloitte & Touche LLP. Jennifer graduated summa cum laude from Marymount University with a B.B.A.-Accounting.
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