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The AACI Training - For Every Stage of Your Management Career

 

Wherever you are in your management career you can never afford to stop learning. The AACI is the global premier leading provider of management anti-corruption training. We directly market and deliver our training programs in the U.S. market; however, The AACI cooperates and collaborates internationally with local or regional expert houses (approved vendors) to market its public programs, in-house training, mass traditional training, and mass Etraining. At all times, our U.S. experts delivers our training programs.

 

Our Training Programs

 

From one day to three days anti-corruption or directly related anti- corruption programs, The AACI offers over 50 programs designed to suit all levels of your management ability, whether you are a junior or member of the board in any organization.

 

The AACI training programs are delivered by The AACI experts, and the number of delegates is strictly limited to ensure that everyone receives individual attention. The AACI programs are approved CPEs for the Certified Anti-Corruption Manager (CACM) to fulfill her / his CPE requirements.

 

On October 1, 2014, The AACI started to offer post-workshop Online test for each of its workshop / training programs.

 

Effectively from January 1, 2015, The AACI does not accept a CPE obtained through any workshop / training program  offered by The AACI unless it is evidenced by the post-workshop Online test PASS certificate.

 

Choose a Program

 

Choose from The AACI partial list of the training programs we offer in the U.S. and internationally.

 

Waiver of the First Year AACI Membership Annual Dues

 

Delegates and attendees of our public training programs are waived of the first year AACI membership annual dues  subject to fulfilling the eligibility requirements of The AACI membership.

 

The U.S.

 

Except mass traditional training, The AACI currently offers in-house training  and mass Etraining in the U.S. Please visit our in- house training page and mass Etraining  for more details.

 

International

 

Our approved vendors offer public programs, in-house training, and mass training in their respective countries / regions. Currently, we have exclusive approved vendors in several countries in the Middle East, Africa, and Europe.

 

In-House Bespoke and Mass Training

 

All The AACI training programs can be delivered to a team within your organization and we can even tailor programs to make them more relevant. The mass training programs are designed to meet organizations' anti-corruption needs at affordable prices. All our programs are centered on the CACM Syllabus. For more information, visit our in-house training  and mass training web pages.

 

Contact The AACI Training Team

 

If you would like to discuss your training needs, email us at  and we’ll be in touch.

  • NEW Programs Starting November 2016

     

    1. Internal Control: Fighting Corruption and Money Laundering

    2. Anti-money laundering: What Internal Control and Corporate Governance Can Do.

    3. Effective Anti-Bribery Management Systems

    4. Institutionalizing Integrity: Prevention Is Better Than Cure

    5. Effective leadership: Preventing Corruption and Rewarding

    6. The Board Effectiveness: Dominance, Power, and, corruption

    7. ISA 240. ( targeting the external audit profession)
  • Integrity, Ethics, and Internal Control: Corruption Prevention is Better than Cure

    Three Day Program

     

    Program Material:

     

    This program addresses the basics of internal control and its principles that enable management and those charged with governance to be effective decision makers. The impact of internal control on each of the entity’s information systems and its strategy is at the core of the subjects covered in this program. This program also addresses the interaction among ethics, integrity, value system, corporate culture, and corruption prevention, detection and deterrence. Attendees will appreciate the importance of  integrity, ethics, and internal control on fraud prevention and detection.

     

    The design of the program can be tailored as an industry-specific for both public training and in-house program. This program qualifies as CPE - Continuing Professional Education for the CACM qualification.

     

    Effectively from January 1, 2015, The AACI does not accept a CPE obtained through any workshop / training program  offered by the AACI unless it is evidenced by the post-workshop Online test PASS certificate.

     

    Who Should Attend:

     

    • Senior and Executive Management,
    • Board of Directors and Committee Members
    • Investment Bankers and Fund Managers
    • Commercial lenders especially non-traditional
    • Risk Managers
    • All Compliance Professionals associated with AML, KYC, and Sanctions
    • Analysts and Financial Researchers / and Reporters
    • Lawmakers and Government Officials
  • Corporate Governance: Effective Implementation and Corruption Prevention

    Three Day Program

     

    Program Material:

     

    This program discusses the principles of corporate governance and the effective implementation of corporate governance code. The program discusses in details the role of the board and its audit committee. Corporate governance effective implementation significantly reduces fraud and corruption risks.

     

    Therefore, delegates who attend this workshop become equipped with the knowledge and skills needed to play an effective role in implementing effective corporate governance code or complying with corporate governance regulator instructions such as those of a central bank. Delegates will also become significantly aware of the role of corporate governance in preventing corruption and play an effective role in the board room or executive suite. Finally, delegates will be able to have an informed business decision when internal control, corporate governance, and corruption prevention are considered.

     

    The design of the program can be tailored as an industry-specific for both public training and in-house program. This program qualifies as CPE - Continuing Professional Education for the CACM qualification.

     

    Effectively from January 1, 2015, The AACI does not accept a CPE obtained through any workshop / training program  offered by the AACI unless it is evidenced by the post-workshop Online test PASS certificate.

     

    Who Should Attend:

     

    • Independent and Internal Auditors
    • Members of the Audit Committee
    • Senior and Executive Management,
    • Board of Directors and Committee Members
    • Investment Bankers and Fund Managers
    • Commercial lenders especially non-traditional
    • Risk Managers
    • All Compliance Professionals associated with AML, KYC, and Sanctions
    • Analysts and Financial Researchers / and Reporters
    • Lawmakers and Government Officials
  • Occupation Fraud and Abuse

    Tow Day Program

     

    Program Material:

     

    A comprehensive overview of all of the different ways employees can defraud companies and who to stop the processes.  This is an indpeth look at how to identify and classify each fraud so that the company can better understand the fraud to prevent the fraud, recover from the fraud if one does occur, and then deliver the fraudster to law enforcement with a case that even any management executive level will understand. The design of the program can be tailored as an industry-specific for both public training and in-house program. This program qualifies as CPE - Continuing Professional Education for the CACM qualification.

     

    Effectively from January 1, 2015, The AACI does not accept a CPE obtained through any workshop / training program  offered by the AACI unless it is evidenced by the post-workshop Online test PASS certificate.

     

    Who Should Attend:

     

    • Senior and Executive Management,
    • Board of Directors and Committee Members
    • Investment Bankers and Fund Managers
    • Commercial lenders especially non-traditional
    • Risk Managers
    • All Compliance Professionals associated with AML, KYC, and Sanctions
    • Analysts and Financial Researchers / and Reporters
    • Lawmakers and Government Officials
  • Anti-Money Laundering: Why, How, Prevention and Compliance

    Tow day program

     

    Program Material:

     

    The program is directed at those professionals responsible for spotting and preventing money laundering either in their organizations or other organizations. The program is dedicated to providing a broad overview of money laundering, beginning with the mechanisms of money laundering, who is laundering money and why, as well as  current case studies.  The design of the program is to take even those new to AML and veterans of AML work to a higher level.  This program qualifies as CPE - Continuing Professional Education for required AML training and for the CACM qualification.

     

    Effectively from January 1, 2015, The AACI does not accept a CPE obtained through any workshop / training program  offered by the AACI unless it is evidenced by the post-workshop Online test PASS certificate.

     

    Who Should Attend:

     

    • Senior and Executive Management,
    • Board of Directors and Committee Members
    • Investment Bankers and Fund Managers
    • Commercial lenders especially non-traditional
    • Risk Managers
    • All Compliance Professionals associated with AML, KYC, and Sanctions
    • Analysts and Financial Researchers / and Reporters
    • Lawmakers and Government Officials

     

  • Fraud Prevention and Detection: The Role of Executive Management and Those Charged With Governance

    Three Day Program

     

    Program Material:

     

    Designed as a must-to-know fraud prevention know-how program, it provides a comprehensive overview of what management and those charged with governance should know and do about fraud prevention and detection. It covers corporate ethics and value system, internal control, due diligence, fraud prevention policy, whistle blowing best practices, good governance best industry practices, and the dynamics of corruption. Fraud and corruption real stories and lessons learned are presented in an interaction fashion.

     

    The design of the program can be tailored as an industry-specific for both public training and in-house program. This program qualifies as CPE - Continuing Professional Education for the CACM qualification.

     

    Effectively from January 1, 2015, The AACI does not accept a CPE obtained through any workshop / training program  offered by the AACI unless it is evidenced by the post-workshop Online test PASS certificate.

     

    Who Should Attend:

     

    • Senior and Executive Management,
    • Board of Directors and Committee Members
    • Investment Bankers and Fund Managers
    • Commercial lenders especially non-traditional
    • Risk Managers
    • All Compliance Professionals associated with AML, KYC, and Sanctions
    • Analysts and Financial Researchers / and Reporters
    • Lawmakers and Government Officials
  • Principles of Internal Control: Management Emphasis

    Three Day Program

     

    Program Material:

     

    This program addresses the basics of internal control and its principles that enable management and those charged with governance to be effective decision makers. The impact of internal control on each of the entity’s information systems and its strategy is at the core of the subjects covered in this program. Attendees will appreciate the importance of internal control on fraud prevention and detection.

     

    The design of the program can be tailored as an industry-specific for both public training and in-house program. This program qualifies as CPE - Continuing Professional Education for the CACM qualification.

     

    Effectively from January 1, 2015, The AACI does not accept a CPE obtained through any workshop / training program  offered by the AACI unless it is evidenced by the post-workshop Online test PASS certificate.

     

    Who Should Attend:

     

    • Senior and Executive Management,
    • Board of Directors and Committee Members
    • Investment Bankers and Fund Managers
    • Commercial lenders especially non-traditional
    • Risk Managers
    • All Compliance Professionals associated with AML, KYC, and Sanctions
    • Analysts and Financial Researchers / and Reporters
    • Lawmakers and Government Officials

     

  • Fraud Prevention: Management Emphasis

    Three Day Program

     

    Program Material:

     

    This program is directed at executive management. It addresses the knowledge and skills they should have to set the tone at top. The program is a prerequisite for executive management of any entity to set up effective fraud prevention policy.

     

    Fraud types, corruption motivation, spotting corrupt individual behavior, corrupt group thinking and other relevant topics are addressed in an interactive fashion. Case analysis and lessons learned are presented in the last day of this program.

     

    The design of the program can be tailored as an industry-specific for both public training and in-house program. This program qualifies as CPE - Continuing Professional Education for the CACM qualification.

     

    Effectively from January 1, 2015, The AACI does not accept a CPE obtained through any workshop / training program  offered by the AACI unless it is evidenced by the post-workshop Online test PASS certificate.

     

    Who Should Attend:

     

    • Senior and Executive Management,
    • Board of Directors and Committee Members
    • Investment Bankers and Fund Managers
    • Commercial lenders especially non-traditional
    • Risk Managers
    • All Compliance Professionals associated with AML, KYC, and Sanctions
    • Analysts and Financial Researchers / and Reporters
    • Lawmakers and Government Officials
  • Developing Effective Fraud Prevention Policy

    Three Day Program

     

    Program Material:

     

    This is an introductory program directed at management and those charged with governance to enable them understand the basics of effective fraud prevention policy development. The program addresses the prerequisites that should be secured prior to undertake fraud prevention design, development, implementation, and feedback. Fraud prevention, deterrence, and detection, strategic management, information system, information technology, are among the topics that are addressed in this program.

     

    The design of the program can be tailored as an industry-specific for both public training and in-house program. This program qualifies as CPE - Continuing Professional Education for the CACM qualification.

     

    Effectively from January 1, 2015, The AACI does not accept a CPE obtained through any workshop / training program  offered by the AACI unless it is evidenced by the post-workshop Online test PASS certificate.

     

    Who Should Attend:

     

    • Senior and Executive Management,
    • Board of Directors and Committee Members
    • Investment Bankers and Fund Managers
    • Commercial lenders especially non-traditional
    • Risk Managers
    • All Compliance Professionals associated with AML, KYC, and Sanctions
    • Analysts and Financial Researchers / and Reporters
    • Lawmakers and Government Officials

     

  • Document Examination: Basics for Management and Those Charged with Governance

    Three Day Program

     

    Program Material:

     

    Forgery is a widely spread fraudulent activity and associated with high costs for organizations of all type, size, and business activity. This program is designed to address the basics of what management and those charged with governance should know about forgery be in a check, document, or a form. Relevant internal control and fraud prevention practices are discussed in the context of forged documents and document examination.

     

    The design of the program can be tailored as an industry-specific for both public training and in-house program. This program qualifies as CPE - Continuing Professional Education for the CACM qualification.

     

    Effectively from January 1, 2015, The AACI does not accept a CPE obtained through any workshop / training program  offered by the AACI unless it is evidenced by the post-workshop Online test PASS certificate.

     

    Who Should Attend:

     

    • Senior and Executive Management,
    • Board of Directors and Committee Members
    • Investment Bankers and Fund Managers
    • Commercial lenders especially non-traditional
    • Risk Managers
    • All Compliance Professionals associated with AML, KYC, and Sanctions
    • Analysts and Financial Researchers / and Reporters
    • Lawmakers and Government Officials

  • Document Examination: What a CPA Should Know

    Three Day Program

     

    Program Material:

     

    Auditors are required to detect material misstatements due to fraud. This program is designed to enable auditors to be effective in detecting forgery be in a check, document, or a form. This will reduce the risk of audit failure and significantly improve audit effectiveness and efficiency. The program addresses the relevant applicable auditing standards that are related to the auditor’s responsibility regarding fraud in a financial statements audit.

     

    The design of the program can be tailored as an industry-specific for both public training and in-house program. This program qualifies as CPE - Continuing Professional Education for the CACM qualification.

     

    Effectively from January 1, 2015, The AACI does not accept a CPE obtained through any workshop / training program  offered by the AACI unless it is evidenced by the post-workshop Online test PASS certificate.

     

    Who Should Attend:

     

    • Independent and Internal Auditors
    • Members of the Audit Committee
    • Senior and Executive Management,
    • Board of Directors and Committee Members
    • Investment Bankers and Fund Managers
    • Commercial lenders especially non-traditional
    • Risk Managers
    • All Compliance Professionals associated with AML, KYC, and Sanctions
    • Analysts and Financial Researchers / and Reporters
    • Lawmakers and Government Officials

     

  • Due Diligence: Effective Credit Facility Department

    Three Day Program

     

    Program Material:

     

    This program discusses the basics of due diligence that are directly related to the daily routine activities of a credit facility department of a financial institution. Approaching daily routine decisions with the right questions equipped with the basic due diligence skills will not only avoid one’s organization several kinds of losses, but will also enhance the bottom line of the department and the organization.  Fraud prevention, among other subjects, is covered in the context of granting, extending, and retiring (extinguishing) credit facilities.

     

    The design of the program can be tailored as an industry-specific for both public training and in-house program. This program qualifies as CPE - Continuing Professional Education for the CACM qualification.

     

    Effectively from January 1, 2015, The AACI does not accept a CPE obtained through any workshop / training program  offered by the AACI unless it is evidenced by the post-workshop Online test PASS certificate.

     

    Who Should Attend:

     

    • Independent and Internal Auditors
    • Members of the Audit Committee
    • Senior and Executive Management,
    • Board of Directors and Committee Members
    • Investment Bankers and Fund Managers
    • Commercial lenders especially non-traditional
    • Risk Managers
    • All Compliance Professionals associated with AML, KYC, and Sanctions
    • Analysts and Financial Researchers / and Reporters
    • Lawmakers and Government Officials

  • More Two Day Programs (Coming Soon)

    Sanctions Compliance, AML and Due Diligence

     

    And more .....(Coming Soon)

     

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