Who is this course for?
Professionals in Anti-Money Laundering roles, financial crime investigators or anyone working in a risk or security role.
This training is designed for those individuals who wish to have a one to one, personalised experience.
What will be covered?
- Initial 30 minute session to establish needs and objectives
- Introduction to the course and understanding the Internet – having an appreciation of how the Internet is structured aids users in knowing the best places to find relevant information.
- Planning for better search results – this session concentrates on an investigative mindset, how planning for an investigation will ensure sourcing better information by structured queries and the importance of an audit trail.
- Credibility and validation – ensuring that online sources are reliable is an essential skill. During this session we look at methods of checking information and utilise the tried and tested methodology of the intelligence cycle.
- Advanced searching – those working in Due Diligence investigations are often required information that can be used to make a comprehensive risk assessment. In this session we examine the many methods of accessing information that is most often hidden to basic users.
- Accessing social media platforms – during this session we explore how social media platforms can be utilised to complement a fuller assessment of research subjects.
- Report writing – in this practical session you will be required to conduct an online investigation and submit a report for review and feedback.
- Feedback and debrief session.
There will be short exercises during and after each session which attendees will have to complete in order to attain their CPD certificate.
How will the course be delivered?
This training is conducted via WebEx sessions. Timings are by arrangement and will vary between 1 and 1.5hrs.
Booking and payment can be made via this platform or by requesting an invoice. Please note that payment in full must be received in advance of your course.
You will be required to sign a confidentiality agreement in respect of the exercises.