The CFFE is administered in three modules with an integrated case study and workshops at the end of the course. A student must book for three (3) papers in each module, unless is exempted or has credit.
Eligibility criteria/ Entry requirement
(a) CPA, CIFA, CS, CCP, CISSE finalists.
(b) Other qualifications approved by the Board
Examination will be administered in the periods: April, August and December. The course is designed to equip the trainer with knowledge, practical skills and competencies to work in the field o financial frauds and corruption investigations, fraud preventions, fraud risk analysis and related areas.
|CFF11||Introduction to Forensic Accounting and Audit|
|CFF12||Fraud and Corruption Schemes|
|CFF12||Overview of Legal and Justice systems|
|CFF21||Laws Related to Fraud|
|CFF22||Principles of Law and Evidence and the Trial process|
|CFF23||Planning and Conducting Formal Investigations|
|CFF31||Fraud Prevention and Detection|
|CFF32||Fraud Risk Management|
|CFF33||Integrated Case Study and Workshop|
The professional qualifications examinations are administered in three(3) levels i.e Foundation, Intermediate and Advanced Level. A student must book for a minimum of three papers in any order, unless is exempted or has credits.
Eligibility Criteria / Entry requirement
(a) Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) at least mean grade C+
(b) Other qualification approved by the Board
Examinations will be administered in the periods: April, August and December.