Offered through the Canadian Institute for Financial Crime Analysis (CIFCA), this unique, accessible 63 hour professional development program provides you with the specialized training needed for the rapidly evolving sector of financial services.
This program offers relevant seven-module curriculum (five + one in-class bonus module + one Distance Learning Module (DLM)) and incorporate hands-on practical lab work.
You should complete the required preparation to participate fully during all classes. You will need to engage in structured and independent study time in addition to classroom time. You will also be encouraged to contribute work experience, analytical and policy issues and the application of academic and professional knowledge to address practical and theoretical contemporary challenges. Assessment methods may include, but not be limited to the use of multiple-choice questions, short answer, laboratory assignments and essays.
"I found the CIFCA program to be a comprehensive training program in financial crime analysis. It contained both useful theoretical knowledge of subjects such as anti-money laundering, financial crime, risk management and investigative techniques, as well as practical work in data analysis and investigative research techniques. The professors were all experts in their fields and provided current, specialized knowledge in each of the subjects covered. The classes had a very low student to teacher ratio, which allowed one-on-one interaction with the professors. All in all, CIFCA provided practical knowledge and skills that can be immediately applied in combating crime in the financial services sector."
Former CIFCA Student
Vice President, AML Risk and Compliance
vCAMLO Solutions Inc.