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Interviewing and Body Language (SOLD OUT)

Financial investigators must look beyond the numbers to properly address allegations of  fraud. Gathering information from interviews is an integral part of the investigation process -- getting to the truth requires more than simply asking questions and recording answers. You will learn significantly more from an interview subject when you are able to identify signs of potential deception, which prompt you to  probe deeper and also politely but firmly shut down attempted evasiveness.

Interviewing is an art.  Our training event is designed to help you refine your soft skills set.  When do you have enough information and how do you know the level of honesty?   

The event will also focus on body language.  We will discuss the importance of the messages a person sends with expressions, gestures, cultural/regional differences, universal emotions, and deceptive tells. 

Who should attend:

  • Certified Fraud Examiners and other anti-fraud specialists
  • Special investigation unit personnel
  • Loss prevention, private detectives, and security professionals
  • Criminal investigators from local, state and federal agencies 
  • Internal and independent auditors Lawyers, prosecutors and other professionals

DATE: Thursday - May 13th, 2010

TIME:   8:00AM - 1:30PM (training starts promptly at 8:30AM)

LOCATION: The Sumner School and Museum, Washington, DC 

                      1201 17th Street, NW, Washington, DC

                      (near the Farragut North Metro Station).


COST:  (Includes breakfast and lunch)

  • Chapter Members:  $45
  • Non Chapter Members:  $55


CPE Credits:  This course offers an opportunity to earn 5 continuing professional education credits.

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