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November training event

  • 20 Nov 2019
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Downtown BCIT Campus

Registration

  • Chapter Member Full Session
  • Non Chapter Member Morning Session
  • Non Member Full Session

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November Training Day Session

The CFE Vancouver Chapter is pleased to provide the following training event in Vancouver:

Several themes come to mind when we think about the 21st Century Anti-fraud professional including innovation, collaboration, efficiency, communication and continuous improvement. In response to the continuous feedback from our membership we are proving several requested training topics at this event including further deception detection training and expert report preparation.

When

20 November 2019

8:30 AM - 12:30 PM (morning presentations with continental breakfast provided)

1:00 PM – 4:00 PM (afternoon training with networking lunch and refreshments provided)

Location

BCIT - 555 Seymour Street, Vancouver, BC, 8th Floor

Registration

Morning Session - Member tickets – $85.00 / Non-member tickets – $105.00

Full Day Session - Member tickets – $184.00 / Non-member tickets – $224.00

Morning Presentation Topics

Legal tools and steps used in pursuit of fraudsters in a civil law context.

Nils Preshaw – Legal Counsel at Kornfeld LLP., Vancouver

How to create a “bullet-proof” expert report for court

Rosanne Walters – President, Walters Financial Forensics Ltd., Vancouver

How to plan and execute a fraud risk assessment / cyber risk assessment

Steve Wilson – President of the ACFE Vancouver Chapter

Click here for Speaker Bios and Presentation Summaries

Afternoon Training Topic

Fraud Detection: An Introduction to Deception – This four-hour session introduces deception detection, and body language in the world we live in. The training session begins with a look at micro-expressions and then moves onto verbal and para-verbal indicators of deception, as well and non-verbal indicators of deception. Practical exercises and examples are shown of individuals being deceptive to provide participants an opportunity to practice these skills. The training session ends with a look at cultural norms in body language to assist you in spotting lies in a multi-cultural setting.

Dr. Matthew Kane – CEO, Solaris Intelligence, Vancouver


ACFE Vancouver Chapter

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