Certified Anti-Corruption Manager (CACM)CACM members are qualified Certified Anti-Corruption Manager ®©(CACM). The international premier professional qualification distinguishes management with the required cutting-edge knowledge and skills to fight fraud and corruption from its management position.
The AACI is the only global Institute providing a rigorous and disciplined scheme to qualify management to fight corruption. The CACM is not technical, yet it capitalizes on management science and the technical skills management usually has. The CACM syllabus shows the table of contents of the CACM Review textbook and the subjects that are tested in the CACM online exam.
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The CACF distinguishes students who are qualified to prevent, deter, and detect corruption. It is the only global certification process that enables students to fight corruption effectively, efficiently, and patriotically. The CACF certification process capitalizes on the United Nations Convention Against Corruption and focuses mainly on preventing corruption.
Effectively from August 1, 2022, The American Anti-Corruption Institute (AACI) extended the coverage of the Certified Anti-Corruption Fellow (CACF) certification program to cover professionals. Professionals who opt not to become Certified Anti-Corruption Manager (CACM), a higher anti-corruption certification program, will have the opportunity to get a shorter certification in terms of cost, time, and subject matter covered: CACF. In addition, it is a One-Day anti-corruption certification program. (Click here to read more)
Certified Anti-Corruption Entity (CACE)
The AACI provides a disciplined anti-corruption certification program globally to organizations seeking to prevent fraud and corruption in their business processes, operations, and culture. This certification process is the first of its kind worldwide and forms a basis for institutional change in fighting fraud and corruption. It is available to all sorts of organizations and types. The AACI principally administers the complete process online.
It is an annual certification process that quantitatively shows the collective anti-corruption knowledge score of those who are charged with governance.
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