AIA2 Advanced Forensic Auditing


Fraud and other forensic investigations, whether carried out by the authorities or by the private sector, must take place within a specific legal context and with due consideration of the democratic rights of the individual.

This two-day advanced course is designed to ensure that the evidence obtained as a result of a comprehensive Forensic Audit will be admissible to courts and will result in successful prosecution.

Delegates will gain:

  • An understanding of the rights and powers of an investigator
  • A detailed knowledge of the elements of the crime of theft
  • A knowledge of the appropriate investigative techniques for a variety of crimes
  • An understanding of the differing forms of Fraud and the elements of proof
  • An understanding of the role of the polygraph
  • Laws, courts and Police in South Africa
  • A knowledge of how to prepare a case for court and how fraud should be reported


bulletRights to search and arrest
bulletElements of the crimes of theft and fraud
bulletForgery, uttering, bribery and corruption
bulletIndustrial espionage and computer fraud
bulletInvestigative techniques and support agencies
bulletScope and limitations of polygraph investigations
bulletThe legal environment in South Africa and the court structures
bulletReporting of fraud
bulletMaking the case in court and making it stick
bulletThe role of forensic accountants and other outsiders

Who Should Attend

The seminar is aimed primarily at auditors who are involved in the conducting of forensic audits.

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