Instructor led CFE review course will be conducted over 4 days to cover the following topics:
- Financial Transactions
- Fraud Prevention & Deterrence
Are Associate members required to become CFEs?
No. While we encourage every member to continually expand their anti-fraud knowledge, we do not expect, nor require, all of our Associate members to become CFEs
How do I maintain my CFE credential?
CFEs must earn at least 20 hours of Continuing Professional Education (CPE) every 12-month period, pay annual membership dues and follow the ACFE Code of Professional Ethics and the ACFE Code of Professional Standards.
Can I receive a waiver of the CFE Exam, for being in for many years?
No, all applicants are required to take the CFE Exam. Previous experience or previous certifications will not exempt you from taking any part of the exam.
Is the CFE credential acknowledged globally?
Yes, the CFE credential is recognized and accepted worldwide as the standard of professional excellence.
Do other entities offer the CFE certification?
No. The CFE certification is a unique aspect of the ACFE.
What is the certified fraud examiner exam cost?
The Certified Fraud Examiner course fees for Online session is $2200 and for Physical session, the cost is $2500.
What is CFE course details?
Four subjects are covered in CFE course, i.e., Financial Transactions and Fraud Schemes, Law, Investigation, Fraud Prevention and Deterrence.
CFE Course Fee – Online Session – USD $2200
CFE Course Fee – Physical Session – USD $2500 (Open Across India)
Upcoming CFE Exam Review Course – 13th Oct Onwards
*18% GST applicable on fees paid in INR.
- Online CFE Exam Prep Course (Course Material)
- Flashcard App
- Associate membership for 1 year
- CFE Examination link (valid for 60 days)
- 20 Hours CPE certificate
- 32 Hours Dedicated Meeting room training on core subjects fine-tuned with the examination pattern
- Dedicated trainers’ assistance for any queries
- Complete administrative support