EFFECTIVE 9 STEPS IN FORENSIC AUDITING WORKSHOP FROM 12TH TO 14TH FEBRUARY 2019 AT THE KENYA INSTITUTE OF CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT (KICD) NAIROBI KENYA

This workshop is organized by the OSullivan Associates International. OSullivan Associates International is registered with NITA in Kenya.

 TIMETOPICS/CONTENT
 

 

12/02/2019

08:30 am– 09:00 amArrival and Registration of participants
09:00am –  10:00 am PRELIMINARY REVIEW

  • Introduction
  • what is preliminary investigation?
  • when is preliminary investigation required?
  • Considerations When Accepting The Engagement
  • accepting the investigation
  • How To Prepare And Conduct A Preliminary Review
  • Interview With The Witness(S)
10:00– 10.30 amTea break
10.30am – 01:00pm ENGAGEMENT CONTRACT

  • Introduction
  • What is an Engagement Letter/Contract?
  • What is an Engagement Contract?
  • Engagement Letter Basics
  • Types of Forensic Audit Engagements
  • The Engagement Scope and the Acceptance Considerations
01:00pm – 02:00pmLunch Break
02.00pm – 04.30pmPLANNING AND RESOURCE ALLOCATION

Planning Information

  • Use of Planning Information
  • Objectives
  • Planning the investigation
  • Establishing a Crime Scene
  • The Location
  • Storyline
  • Suspects
  • Alibis
  • Suspect Files
  • Evidence
  • Collecting and Storing Evidence
  • Sketches and Investigative Notes
4:30pmTea Break 
 

 

 

 

13/02/2019

08:30am-10:30amPREPARATION OF WITNESSES AND SUSPECTS ROUGH LIST

  • Introduction
  • Characteristics of an Effective Interview
10:30am – 11:00am Tea break
11:00am – 01:00amDOCUMENTARY EVIDENCE GATHERING AND EXAMINATION

  • Introduction
  • Investigative Fieldwork
  • Documentary techniques
  • Documentary Evidence
  • Gathering evidence
  • Submission of Documentary Evidence
  • Latent Fingerprint Examinations
  • Documents Examination
  • Chain of Custody
  • Securing the chain of custody in a digital forensics investigation.
01:00pm – 02:00pmLunch break
02:00pm – 04:30pmINTERVIEWING WITNESSES

  • Introduction
  • Purpose of interviewing the witness.
  • The Importance of planning an interview
  • Preparing the Witness for an Interview
  • Typical Interview Structure
  • The 10 commandments of interviewing.
  • Interrogation versus an Interview
  • Child Witnesses
  • Witnesses with a Mental Disorder
 04:30pmTea Break
 

 

 

14/02/2019

08:30am – 10:30am INTERVIEWING SUSPECTS

  • Introduction
  • Detecting Deception

Examples of the verbal clues of deception include

  • Getting an Admission
  • Admissions Seeking Questions
  • Documenting an Interview
  • Safety Concerns
10:30am – 11:00amTea Break
11:00am – 01:00pmFORENSIC EXTERNAL INDEPENDENT CONFIRMATIONS

  • Introduction
  • Differences between Forensic External Confirmations and Audit external confirmations
  • Sources of External Evidence
  • Application of the Independent Confirmations evidence gathering technique
  • The role of management
  • The process of Independent Confirmations
  • Advantages of External Confirmations
  • Evaluating the Results of the Confirmation Process
  • How to investigate educational and professional credentials
01:00pm – 02:00pmLunch Break
02:00pm – 03:00pmREPORT PREPARATION & WRITING

  • Introduction
  • Characteristics of a good report
  • Stakeholder needs
  • Features of a good report
  • Making use of Professional Report Writers
  • Report writing techniques
  • Planning
  • Developing the report structure and contents
  • Report writing hints
  • Quality control and the review processes
  • Editing the Report
  • Use of Professional Editor
  • Conclusion
03:00pm –

04:30pm

 

Tea Break/ Closing Remarks and Certification

  

Investment: USD ($) 1,250 to cater for the

  1. Training fee,
  2. Training Facilities during the training,
  3. Certificates including CFIAP Professional Certificate from the IICFIP (www.iicfip.org)
  4. Reference Book and writing materials
  5. Buffet Lunch, 10:00am Tea Breaks and 4:00 pm Tea breaks for 3 days of the workshop.

BENEFITS OF ATTENDING

1. Will be given the 9 STEPS OF FORENSIC INVESTIGATION BOOK  for future references.

2. Award of  participation certificates and 24 CFE/CPD hours or points.

3. Networking contacts with fellow professionals from Kenya and outside.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

  1. Please send your detailed CV that must show that you are working in auditing department or an auditing firm.
  2. A letter of recommendation or nomination from your organization.
  3. We will then send you a form to fill, invoice and invitation letter.

CONTACT

info@iicfip.org

info@osullivan-associate.com


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