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Course objective: Know electronic discovery, foot printing, intelligence, digital forensic tools and approaches and everything in between. To be a great lawyer you must understand technology and how forensic investigators collect forensic or digital evidence. By the end of this training, you will know about the computer and all the details you need to present your clients very well and position your practice as a top range.

• An introduction to fraud and corruption
• Top financial statement fraud red flags.
• Antifraud policies, practices and education for all players in the financial reporting process
• Fraud and the laws of Uganda
• Asset misappropriation fraud
• Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) Report to the Nations 2012, and lessons for your business
• Introduction to International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), and how financial statement fraud occurs
• Forensic Auditing for fraud – where to look, how and which tools to use
• A case study of how financial statement fraud takes place
• Developing a Financial Statement Fraud Audit program
• Financial statement fraud audit reporting
• Responsibilities of management and auditors

Target group: Internal auditors, external auditors, lawyers, audit committee members, magistrates, accountants, managers, Police officers, Business/ Accounting University students, procurement professionals, corporate secretaries and Business consultants.

Duration: 10 hours of full time contact. Small classes and everything is practical and flexible. Participants must be conversant with Ms. Excel and Word as a minimum.

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  • 05 May 2015 - 29 May 2015
  • 75 Tollgate
  • Institute of forensics & ICT Security ethical hacking and forensics training lab; 3rd Floor Right, Singapore Biz Centre, opp. Daks Courier, Plot 5, Katego Road Kamwokya, Opp. British High Commission, Kamwokya.

Course objective: To understand how to undertake a forensic investigation assignment successfully from start to finish. The fact that the objective of a forensic investigation is to affix blame, there are critical procedures you must observe to ensure that you collect court admissible evidence and your report be able to withstand detailed scrutiny in the courts of law by an opposing council or party.

By the end of this course, you will know more about undertaking successful forensic investigations in one week, than an average person gets to know in a year of study.

• Difference between forensic investigation and auditing
• Objectives of a forensic investigation
• Planning a forensic investigation assignment
• Documentation requirements in a forensic investigation
• Minimum skills and qualifications of a forensic investigation team leader
• Introduction to digital forensics
• Forensic investigation step by step process
• Undertaking successful interviewing of suspects
• Note taking and collecting evidence in forensic investigations
• Dealing with law enforcement in forensic investigations –search warrants and court orders
• Introduction to the rules of evidence and rules of civil procedure
• Introduction to forensic investigation reports


Duration: 20 hours of full contact time. You have option for two weeks (evenings) or 1 week (day classes). Classes are flexible. Register today. Fee: Ugx. 600,000.

Duration: 20 hours of full time contact. Small classes and everything is practical and flexible. Participants must be conversant with Ms. Excel and Word as a minimum.
Dates: on-going classes. Register and be booked into a class ideal for your schedules.

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  • 20 February 2015 - 18 March 2015
  • Institute of forensics & ICT Security ethical hacking and forensics training lab; 3rd Floor Right, Singapore Biz Centre, opp. Daks Courier, Plot 5, Katego Road Kamwokya, Opp. British High Commission, Kamwokya.

This is a must attend for all. You will learn about the special consideration on investigation report writing. Rules of evidence, and how to collect, preserve and present evident. This is a technical presentation with a bias on digital forensic evidence. Presented by an expert and a Certified Ethical Hacker and Certified Forensic Accountant, you will get a template report which you can always customize to write your own reports.

If you are interested in taking your career to the next level, this is a must attend short course. It will improve your career and position you top, than an average person who lacks report writing skills. Majority of fraud investigation cases are lost due to the poor quality of investigation reports. As you know, investigation reports are discoverable in courts of law, this training will give you insights and skills to write a professional report, well referenced which will make your investigation/ case file standout.

Duration: 5 hours of full time contact. Small classes and everything is practical and flexible. Participants must be conversant with Ms. Excel and Word as a minimum.
Dates: on-going classes. Register and be booked into a class ideal for your schedules.

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  • 12 February 2015 - 26 March 2015
  • Institute of forensics & ICT Security ethical hacking and forensics training lab; 3rd Floor Right, Singapore Biz Centre, opp. Daks Courier, Plot 5, Katego Road Kamwokya, Opp. British High Commission, Kamwokya.

Contract and Procurement fraud – prevention and investigation approach – IFT/002

Contract and Procurement fraud is one of the biggest type of fraud in Uganda. Lots of money is lost at contract and procurement stage. You will learn about strategies to know the different schemes used in contract and procurement fraud, the red flags and how to prevent the same. Given the pervasive nature of fraud, some fraud will be committed. You will gain skills to investigate and prevent fraud. You are encouraged to attend this course after the Introduction to Fraud Course, IFT/001.

Objective: To understand the contract and procurement processes in Uganda, as provided in the PPDA Act, weaknesses in the process, fraud schemes and how to prevent the same. You will learn about the contract and procurement red flags. Get the knowledge and skills to identify, prevent, detect and deter.

This course covers:
• Introduction to procurement
• The PPDA Act contract and procurement process
• How fraudsters override the PPDA act contract and procurement process – a case study
• Procurement practices by private business and organizations
• People usually involved in the procurement process
• Construction procurement fraud schemes
• Goods and services procurement fraud schemes
• Effectives strategies to prevent procurement frauds
• Investigating procurement frauds
• Case study 2 – and sample procurement fraud audit guidelines

Target group: The course is aimed at employees who have regular interaction with the procurement and contracting of goods and services in order to assist them in identifying fraud and corruption, and in putting mechanisms in place to prevent these criminal activities. All of you are welcome!

After this course, will be able to:
o have a clear understanding of the various contract and procurement fraud schemes that can be perpetrated in procurement and contracting processes
o identify the various common and statutory law principles and definitions that are relevant to procurement and contracting;
o detect red flags that might be indicative of fraud and corruption in procurement and contracting processes; and
o advise on effective proactive preventive measures aimed at limiting fraud and related offences
o effectively investigate procurement frauds

Duration: 20 hours of full time contact. Small classes and everything is practical and flexible. Participants must be conversant with Ms. Excel and Word as a minimum.

Dates: on-going classes. Register and be booked into a class ideal for your schedules.

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  • 09 February 2015 - 28 February 2015
  • Institute of forensics & ICT Security ethical hacking and forensics training lab; 3rd Floor Right, Singapore Biz Centre, opp. Daks Courier, Plot 5, Katego Road Kamwokya, Opp. British High Commission, Kamwokya.

Course objective: To understand the different financial statement frauds, the schemes used and how to prevent the same. You will also learn:

• An introduction to fraud and corruption
• Top financial statement fraud red flags.
• Antifraud policies, practices and education for all players in the financial reporting process
• Fraud and the laws of Uganda
• Asset misappropriation fraud
• Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) Report to the Nations 2012, and lessons for your business
• Introduction to International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), and how financial statement fraud occurs
• Forensic Auditing for fraud – where to look, how and which tools to use
• A case study of how financial statement fraud takes place
• Developing a Financial Statement Fraud Audit program
• Financial statement fraud audit reporting
• Responsibilities of management and auditors

Target group: Internal auditors, external auditors, lawyers, audit committee members, magistrates, accountants, managers, Police officers, Business/ Accounting University students, procurement professionals, corporate secretaries and Business consultants.

Duration: 10 hours of full time contact. Small classes and everything is practical and flexible. Participants must be conversant with Ms. Excel and Word as a minimum.
Dates: on-going classes. Register and be booked into a class ideal for your schedules.

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  • 13 March 2015 - 31 March 2015
  • Institute of forensics & ICT Security ethical hacking and forensics training lab; 3rd Floor Right, Singapore Biz Centre, opp. Daks Courier, Plot 5, Katego Road Kamwokya, Opp. British High Commission, Kamwokya.
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