Fighting Fraud and Corruption in the Supply Chain


Course name Fighting Fraud and Corruption in the Supply Chain
Institution MEFielding
Location Any location
Language English
Contact information

Mark Fielding-Pritchard



Course objective

To eliminate fraud and corruption from the supply chain

Sector Public
General course topics Introduction, Costs of Coruption\r\nRed flags \r\nRisk areas in planning, formation & contract administration\r\nMitigation of risks\r\nBid rigging\r\nConflicts of Interest\r\nIntegrity\r\nAvailable tools\r\nInternational Experience
Specific course topics

The course is suitable for procurement, finance, audit and general administrative staff from Government, Non government, Private & International Organsations. It serves as a platform to enable staff to identify corruption risks an dal with those risks. It also builds a platform for policy and procedure development.

Total time commitment 16
Focus commodity Health, non-RH specific
Commodities covered All
Accredited No
Accredited by N/A
Attendance mode In-person
Incentives No
Logistics Topics Coverage % (estimate) 100
Audience Open Enrollment
Pre-requisites No
Pre-requisites description

An inquisitive mind

Course fee $6,000
Course fee description

This covers the teachers fee to the course sponsor for 3 days. The sponsor can charge participants what he wishes

Discount available Yes
Discount description

Book more days and we can discuss discounts

Course included in analysis No
Additional comments

We are a group of internationally trained accountants who utilise their international experience to provide access to quality financial support at a price that makes that support affordable. As a group we have many years combined experience in international taxation, international law, asset protection,fraud prevention,marketing, corporate finance, risk analysis, international development, audit, internal control and all facets of accounting as they affect individuals and corporations.

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