ABOUT THE COURSE
Anti-fraud and fraud examination (investigation) professionals around the world earn their Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) credential by taking and passing the CFE exam. CFEs have a unique set of skills that are not found in any other career field or discipline; they combine knowledge of complex financial transactions with an understanding of methods, law, and how to resolve allegations of fraud. Fraud examiners are also trained to understand not only how fraud occurs, but why. For more details and background to the CFE credential please visit the global ACFE website.
Master the skills and knowledge you need to pass the CFE exam by attending this CFE Exam Review Course. This instructor-led course will help you clearly understand the concepts tested on the CFE exam – investigation, law, financial transactions, and fraud schemes, and fraud prevention and deterrence. This course, in combination with the CFE Exam Prep Course software, will provide you with the best combination for passing the exam.
2023 REGISTRATION PACKAGES
Package A: I have not previously purchased the CFE Exam Prep Course
AU $3,100.00 excluding 10% Australian Goods and Services Tax
Package B: I have previously purchased the CFE Exam Prep Course
AU $2,800.00 excluding 10% Australian Goods and Services Tax
Your package includes:
- Four full days of face to face virtual training facilitated by Authorised CFE Exam Review Course trainers
- All ACFE training materials including the:
- Fraud Examiners Manual (PDF version and online version)
- Virtual Review Course Workbook
- Virtual Review Course Slidebook
- Exclusive access to the CFE Exam Prep Flashcard App
- One year of Membership with the ACFE
- One year of the CFE Exam Prep Course International Edition
- The CFE Exam application fee
- Reduced retake fee
CFE EXAMINATION PLATFORM
The ACFE upgraded to a new exam platform, Prometric, which involves video recording / live proctoring of exam taking. After you have registered for this course, the ACFE will contact you via email to explain the exam application process.
Computer System Requirements*
- Computer capable of installing a lightweight app
- Web camera capable of a 360-degree environmental check*
- Stable internet connection
- Private location
*The web camera can be external or built into a laptop, but you must be able to move it around to show a full room scan.
Additional remote proctoring technical requirements include:
- Screen resolution: 1024 X 768
- Operating system: Windows 8 or above/MacOS
- Web browser: Latest version of Google Chrome
- Web camera resolution: 640 X 480p
- Microphone: Enabled
- Download Speed: 0.5 mbps
- A government-issued photo ID
If your computer does not have a web camera, you can purchase an external one online or anywhere where web cameras are sold.
YOUR LEAD TRAINERS
Roger Darvall-Stevens is the National Head of Fraud & Forensic Services, Australia, at RSM and has over 30 years’ experience in forensic investigations and forensic accounting, fraud, bribery and corruption control, and corporate security. Roger is a licensed investigator in multiple locations, and his qualifications include a MBA and MA (Criminology). He initially commenced his career in the police force leaving as a detective after 12 years, and has experience since in the private sector and professional services as a forensics partner in a ‘Big 4’ firm, EY, for 13 years. He is a regular presenter at international and local conferences and seminars, and has authored a number of articles and publications. Roger is a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), a former President of the ACFE Melbourne Chapter and a Regent Emeritus. He served on the global ACFE Board from 2012 to 2013.
Milind Sheth has over 13 years of experience in forensic accounting, fraud investigations of a range of matters including misconduct, bribery and corruption, fraud prevention and training, and forensic due diligence. Milind provides practical and expert advice to clients across multiple industries as a Senior Manager of Fraud & Forensic Services within the Risk Advisory Services division at RSM. Milind started his career as a forensic accountant providing expert accounting services in commercial and intellectual property disputes before working with a ‘Big 4’ where he spent time as a Manager in their Forensic and Risk Services division. Prior to joining RSM, Milind was a manager in a newly created integrity services division of a national practice at a mid-tier accounting firm where he was responsible for delivering high-quality solutions for clients. Milind is also a Chartered Accountant, Certified Fraud Examiner, licensed investigator and current Treasurer of the ACFE Melbourne Chapter.
Chris Scott is a Senior Consultant in RSM’s national Fraud & Forensic Services team with 6 years’ professional services experience. He has an extensive understanding of financial statements and accounting standards, financial transactions and audit trails, an understanding of business and fraud-related risks and problem-solving & analysis. He is experienced in delivering a range of fraud and forensic services to RSM clients. Chris’ experience prior to joining RSM includes external audit, accounting, bookkeeping and business advisory at another mid-tier accounting firm. He has worked on a range of entities operating in the asset management, retail, manufacturing, not-for-profit, meat processing and construction & real estate industries. His work in both an external audit and business advisory environment provides an added layer of professional experience to his Fraud & Forensic Services work.
GET IN TOUCH
For more information contact us:
Milind Sheth | Senior Manager, Fraud & Forensic Services, RSM Australia
T 03 9286 8153 - within Australia | T +61 3 9286 8153 - international
E [email protected]
RSM reserves the right to cancel or change a CFE Exam Review Course at any time, including but not limited to, lack of registrations, classroom, equipment or trainer availability. In the unlikely event of this occurring, participants will have the option of attending another course or having their fee refunded in full if already paid with the exception of any CFE Exam Preparation Course material if already provided as part of the registration.
Our cancellation/withdrawal / non-attendance policy is intended to keep costs low for course attendees. Please contact us in the first instance to discuss. Due to financial obligations incurred by RSM Australia, cancellations/withdrawals received more than 21 calendar days prior to a course start date are subject to a $750 administrative fee. No refunds or credits will be given for cancellations/withdrawals received within 21 calendar days prior to the course start date. Those who do not cancel and do not attend are responsible for the full registration fee. Please note that registrations are non-transferable.
To ensure that you are able to qualify as a candidate for the CFE credential after the Course and passing the 4 exams, each candidate must have a minimum of two years of fraud-related experience to qualify for the CFE credential. Please view the links below before paying your invoice to ensure that you will be eligible:
RSM has also conducted private courses for organisations with ten or more participants. If your organisation is interested in a private CFE Exam Review Course please direct inquiries to [email protected].