Syllabus / Course
The Forensic Accountant/Forensic Auditor (FA) Program is structured into four distinct stages, each comprising a set of courses or papers. These stages are as follows
Foundation Stage/Level 1:
This initial stage consists of five papers that provide fundamental knowledge in the field of forensic accounting and auditing. After successfully completing this stage, candidates can progress to the next level.
Certificate Stage/Level 2
The Certificate Stage follows the Foundation Stage and includes five additional papers that delve deeper into forensic accounting and auditing topics. Successful completion of this stage is a prerequisite for advancing further.
Professional Stage Group I/Level 3
At this stage, candidates will study five papers that focus on advanced concepts and specialized areas within forensic accounting and auditing. Completion of the Certificate Stage is required before entering this stage.
Professional Stage Group II/Level 4
The final stage of the program comprises six papers that offer in-depth knowledge and expertise in various aspects of forensic accounting and auditing. Candidates can proceed to this stage after successfully finishing Professional Stage Group I.
It's important to note that candidates must complete each stage in a sequential manner, starting from the Foundation Stage and progressing through to the Professional Stage Group II. This structured approach ensures a comprehensive understanding of forensic accounting and auditing concepts before moving on to more advanced topics.