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    The ICFP hosts development sessions to forensic practitioners on an ongoing basis.  To register for the next event, please select events and complete the online registration form.

  • ICFP Development sessions

    The ICFP hosts development sessions to forensic practitioners on an ongoing basis.  To register for the next event, please select events and complete the online registration form.

  • Why become a member of the ICFP?

    The ICFP creates credibility for the Forensic Practitioner by ensuring:

    • Competent entry level forensic resources are developed;
    • Professional development and standards are developed and adhered to;
    • Members are regulated;
    • Network and information sharing opportunities are created.
  • Why become a member of the ICFP?

    The ICFP creates credibility for the Forensic Practitioner by ensuring:

    • Competent entry level forensic resources are developed;
    • Professional development and standards are developed and adhered to;
    • Members are regulated;
    • Network and information sharing opportunities are created.

Welcome

The Institute of Commercial Forensic Practitioners is a self-regulatory body mandated by its members to Cohere, Co-ordinate and Regulate the commercial forensic profession in South Africa.

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The ICFP Board of Directors has pleasure in inviting you to an industry breakfast event on 31 May 2018 at Investec, 100 Grayston Drive, Sandown, Sandton, 2196, South Africa.
 
This is an industry networking event intended to foster conversation and learning. 
We are very excited to welcome Dr Anton A Fabbriciani as our guest presenter.
 
 
 
Dr Anton Fabbriciani is Constitutional Law and Political Science Analyst with an MPhil ( International Economics & Political Science) and a DPhil (Constitutional Law and Political Science)
 

Topic: Is the South African underworld stronger than the South African upper world?

Organized crime is in many respects the shadowy underside of modernity. Transnational organized crime, similarly, is the underside of globalization. Of course, organized and transnational crime are hardly new phenomena.

South Africa today is weaker in its capacity to fight complex commercial crime and criminal activities. SA's system of crime intelligence has become corrupted. Target violence as a commercialised crime is on the rise in SA and available to those who can pay for it. Countries where the underworld is stronger than the upper world all have weak economies and SA will not be an exception. What needs to be done? 

 

Register for Conference

The Institute of Commercial Forensic Practitioners is excited to open up registration for our 2018 Fraud Conference.  We have assembled a great line up of industry speakers speaking on a variety of fraud-related topics.  Be sure to sign up quickly and take advantage of early bird pricing or group bookings!  We look forward to seeing you at our conference on
31 July 2018

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Date

Event

Region

Venue sponsor

1. 07 February 2018 Development session Gauteng KPMG
2. 08 February 2018 Development session Cape Town City of Cape Town
3. 09 February 2018 Development session Durban Standard Bank
         
4. 09 March 2018 Breakfast event Pretoria SizweNtsalubaGobodo (SNG)
         
5. 11 April 2018 Development session Mbombela TBA
6. 12 April 2018 Development session Gauteng TBA
7. 13 April 2018 Development session Durban TBA
         
8. 31 May 2018 Breakfast event Gauteng Investec Sandton
         
9. 20 June 2018 Development session East-London TBA
10. 21 June 2018 Development session Durban TBA
11. 22 June 2018 Development session Gauteng TBA
         
12. 31 July 2018 CONFERENCE Gauteng Gallagher Estate Midrand
         
13. 17 October 2018 Development session Gauteng TBA
14. 18 October 2018 Development session Cape Town TBA
15. 19 October 2018 Development session Bloemfontein TBA
         
16. 14 November 2018 Breakfast event (Fraud week) Gauteng TBA
17. TBA Centre of Excellence (COE) TBA TBA

 

 

 

The professional designation (FP)SA is earned by an individual that meets the minimum experience and qualifications standards. It is an official endorsement from the ICFP of your skills and experience.

 

The professional designations give roleplayers an indication of the levels of competence of the members who qualify for the designation.  Designations are awarded based on an assessment against a set of outcomes.

The designation is a Professional South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) accredited designation that is nationally and internationally aligned.

 

Take the next step and earn the professional designation. 

https://www.icfp.co.za/article/icfp-membership.html

The Institute of Commercial Forensic Practitioners is a self-regulatory body mandated by its members to Cohere, Co-ordinate and Regulate the commercial forensic profession in South Africa.

Key objectives:

  • Creating competent entry level forensic resources for the industry;
  • Professionally developing of our members and implementing standard operating procedures;
  • Creating networking opportunities and information sharing for members;
  • Regulating the conduct of members.

Application for membership of the Institute:

If you are interested in applying for membership of the ICFP you are welcome to submit an application.

The application form which you are required to complete and submit together with the relevant attachments can be accessed from the membership tab. The completed application form may be emailed to membershipaticfp.co.za.

Should you have inquiries with regard to membership kindly contact us at membershipsaticfp.co.za or via telephone per the details listed on the 'contact us' tab on our website.

  • Associate Membership
  • (FP)SA

  • Honorary Membership

What credits can I claim?

Structured and unstructured activities
 
Structured activities
 
  • Attending or presenting courses, congresses, seminars, workshops, lectures and conventions which are related to the field of commercial forensics;
  • Attending meetings of technical committees;
  • Researching/reviewing or writing of technical publications;
  • Compiling technical papers;
  • Attending ICFP events.
Unstructured activities
 
  •  Reading of technical and industry related literature;
  • Attending training and skills development that enhances soft skills, Microsoft Office, presentation skills etc.

See the CPD policy for more details.