Certified Fraud Control Associate™
Fast-track your career with the support and strength of an IRMCB-accredited CFCA certification. If you’re a student or career changer considering moving into the field of fraud control management, you are eligible to become certified as a Fraud Control Associate by Certified Information Security. By aligning yourself with an industry leader in fraud control education, you’re jumping ahead of thousands of others vying for solid positions in the early stages of their careers. Fraud Control is an immensely rewarding career with unlimited possibilities. Earning your CFCA™ is an excellent way to get off to a good start!
Upon completion of this training and certificate program, you will:
Getting Certified as a CFCA™
Getting certified is easy, and can be accomplished completely online. The CFCA™ certification is available to qualified candidates who:
Getting IRMCB standardized training and taking certification exams
IRMCB courses are delivered by Authorized Training and Education Centers (ATECs) in standardized live and online formats. Select ATECs are also authorized to proctor exams and issue certificates.
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|Certified Information Security
CFCA certification requires successful completion of the following IRMCB authorized courses delivered by IRMCB Authorized Training and Education Centers (ATECs):
Required Exams - #FC101 and #FC102
CFCA certification requires successful completion of two exams:
Exam FC101 maps to content areas explained in "Fraud Prevention and Detection."
1. Setting Up the Organization’s Fraud Control Function and Capabilities
2. Occupational Fraud Background
4. Cash Larceny
5. Billing Schemes
6. Check Tampering
7. Payroll Schemes
8. Expense Reimbursement Schemes
9. Register Disbursement Schemes
11. Fraudulent Financial Reporting Schemes
Exam FC102 maps to content areas explained in "Advanced Interview Techniques for Investigating Fraud and Abuse."
1. Know Your Boundaries: Legal Considerations for Investigating and Interviewing
2. Understanding the Science of Communication
3. Preparing for the Interview
4. Conducting the Interview
5. Reporting Findings
Qualified experience for Certified Fraud Control Associate™ certification
CFCA is an entry-level fraud control certification. This certification does not require previous qualified experience.