A core objective for the ACFE is to provide the worldwide market with credible and competent anti-fraud professionals. The key to the ACFE’s value is a single benchmark for all, a common pool of knowledge, a common set of principles and a united body.
Globally preferred by employers, the Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) designation denotes proven expertise in fraud prevention, detection, deterrence and investigation. Members with the CFE credential experience professional growth and quickly position themselves as leaders in the global anti-fraud community.
The ACFE Certified Fraud Examiners International Exam has been accredited with SAQA at a NQF 7 level. This makes the CFE designation an unique qualification and the first of its kind to be both internationally and locally recognized as the standard for a Forensic Investigator / Auditor. This Advanced Certificate: Forensic Practitioner is available to all candidates who successfully complete the CFE Exam (International version).
In addition the ACFE SA has successfully registered the Certificate: Forensic Practitioner Learnership program. It was established as a vehicle to improve skills and train Forensic practitioners. On successful completion of the training program and the final International ACFE Exam it results in the award of the Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) designation, and the Advanced Certificate: Forensic Practitioner .
Taking the steps to become a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) will position you as a leader in the anti-fraud community and a specialist in the prevention and detection of fraud. Becoming a CFE requires specific qualifications and is achieved by passing the CFE Exam.
Did you know the Forensic Accountant is a scarce skill in South Africa
What is a scarce skill in South Africa - Scarce and Critical skills are defined as "an absolute or relative demand: current or in future; for skilled; qualified and experienced people to fill particular roles / professions, occupations or specialisations in the labour market.