TRAINING STANDARDS & POLICIES
CLASS TRAINING LEVELS
ACFS Training Programs are offered at four different levels. A description of each level is provided below.
This learning activity would be most beneficial to new professionals or experienced professionals who are new to investigating and resolving fraud matters.
This learning activity builds upon the knowledge of investigating and resolving fraud matters that were acquired in basic learning programs. This learning activity would be most appropriate for journey-level professionals who possess detailed knowledge of investigating and resolving fraud matters.
This learning activity would be most beneficial to professionals with advanced or expert level experience in investigating and resolving fraud matters. This learning activity will focus on developing in-depth knowledge in fraud related issues and will provide a variety of skills and/or exposure to a broad range of applications used in the detection, deterrence, and/or investigation of fraud
This learning activity provides a general review of new developments in the anti-fraud profession. This learning activity would be most beneficial to participants with a background in the investigating and resolving fraud issues, who desire to keep current on changes and developments
This is program knowledge level that provides a general overview of a subject area from a broad perspective. These programs may be appropriate for professionals at all organization levels.
COURSE REFUND POLICY
If a registered individual needs to withdraw their attendance at a training event they may do so by submitting a cancellation statement and request for refund by mail
(see Contact page for address) or they may fax it to 916-735-5417. No changes will be accepted by phone. Cancellations must be received 10 days prior to event for refund. A $50 cancellation fee applies.
COURSE ATTENDEE SUBSTITUTIONS
In the event a person registered for a training course must cancel, their attendance may be substituted by someone else. Substitutions for registered individuals will be accepted up to 48 hours prior to event. Please call 916-735-5417 or email us at to substitute attendance to a training course.
QUESTION & COMPLAINT PROCEDURES
Please contact the ACFS National President, William Cramer at firstname.lastname@example.org with any complaints regarding training offered. Please refer questions about training subjects, registration, locations, and schedules to our office staff at 916-735-5417 or email@example.com.