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Compliance Requirements for eCommerce Online Training Course

The Fraud Practice’s online professional training and certification programs count towards continuing professional education requirements to maintain the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) professional designation, Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE).

The ACFE requires CFEs to maintain their credential by earning at least 20 hours of Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits each year, with at least 10 of these hours being related to the detection and deterrence of fraud.

Each of The Fraud Practice’s online training courses and Certification Tracks have final exams, and each provide Certificates of Completion, meeting criteria for Self-Study CPE credits. Student attendance, completion and grade information is maintained in The Fraud Practice’s online training Learning Management System (LMS), so records can be easily provided to validate completion of CPE credit hours.

All of the training courses listed on this page meet ACFE requirements and are considered Fraud Related CPE credits.

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Training That Meets ACFE Requirements for Continuing Professional Education

The following professional certifications and individual training courses offered by The Fraud Practice Inc. meet all criteria to be eligible for continuing professional education (CPE) credits as set forth by the Association of Fraud Examiners (ACFE), requiring Certified Fraud Examiners (CFE) complete 20 CPE hours per year to maintain this credential. ACFE members can report The Fraud Practice’s online training programs as Self-Study Credits or Participant Credits for each course or certification completed. These training programs are considered Fraud-Related CPE credits, with courses falling under Check and Credit Card Fraud, Computer and Internet Fraud, and Consumer Fraud categories.

Most individual training courses provide 1 or 2 Fraud-Related CPE credits, while professional certification tracks range from 5 to 20 CPE credit hours. The Certification Tracks and Individual Courses tabs above provide lists of all programs and their CPE credit details. The majority of our training catalog was updated in 2017 or more recently to maintain fresh content. Training programs are now delivered in HTML5 and compatible across all mobile devices.

If you previously completed training programs from The Fraud Practice, these can count towards CPE credit requirements within the 12 month period of when the course was completed. Upon completion of the course by passing the final exam, please contact your training course instructor for a copy of your certificate that includes the total CPE credit hours earned printed on it, as per ACFE requirements.

If you have not yet enrolled in any of these training programs, a training portal account can be created here.

The following are professional eCommerce Certifications that consist of multiple Fraud Practice training courses. Certification tracks are offered at a discount for the bundled courses versus taking them individually. Each of the Fraud Practice's 10 Professional Certifications are listed below including the total number of CPE credits that can be earned when taking this program for the first time.

Professional Certification Programs:

Certification Tracks

The following online payment and risk training courses count towards fraud-related CPE credit hours. Each course is listed below including the total number of CPE credits that can be earned when taking this program for the first time and a link to each course's overview page.

The Fraud Practice's Online Training Courses:

Full course Catalog

 

eCommerce Fraud Professional Certification
Be Known as a Subject Matter Expert -Fraud Professional Certification

As a Certified eCommerce Fraud Professional you will be able to perform and take the lead on business strategic planning processes related to fraud mitigation and related to the review, addition and support of payments in the eCommerce channel.

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