Management E-Learning for Counter Fraud

    The aims of this module are:

    – To provide information on why management staff need to be aware of fraud, bribery and corruption risks, the NHS Strategy, to combat financial crime and your role within that strategy.

    – To provide the definition of fraud, it’s legal context and explain why it occurs.

    – Explain the affects of financial crime on the NHS.

    – Provide learning examples of how the application of controls and compliance with them minimises the opportunity for financial crime to be committed.

    1. Which of these IS NOT a control that could prevent timesheet fraud?

     
     
     
     

    2. According to the Fraud Triangle Model, what 3 factors are commonly present in frauds?

     
     
     

    3. According to the Ministry of Justice, which of these principles should be adhered to when creating bribery prevention procedures?

     
     
     

    4. Why do Management staff need to be aware of fraud, bribery and corruption?

     
     
     

    5. Which of these IS NOT a control that could prevent working whilst sick?

     
     
     
     

    6. Which of these IS NOT a control which should be in place to prevent recruitment fraud (pre-employment checks)?

     
     
     
     

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