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Fraud Education - in collaboration with the Home Office and the National Crime Agency

Explore resources and recordings from our 4 CPD sessions on fraud and financial education and become a certified Fraud Prevention Advocate in Schools

In collaboration with the Home Office and the National Crime Agency, ACT have produced a series of resources to educate young people on the risks of fraud and how to protect themselves and others. The materials address National Curriculum teaching requirements for Citizenship in relation to the law, crime and the consequences of crime for individuals, communities and society.


The lessons are freely available from the ACT website and a valuable resource when teaching young people the risks of fraud and how to avoid being targeted.


Alongside the release of these resources, we hosted a series of free online workshops designed to introduce teachers and school to the materials, with the aim of understanding what fraud is, how it fits into the curriculum, as well as understanding the pedagogy and why these approaches are used. Participants of all four of these sessions can complete our Fraud & Financial Education quiz and become a certifiied Fraud Prevention Advocate in Schools.

Ready to become a Fraud Prevention Advocate in Schools?

Complete the quiz to become a Fraud Prevention Advocate in Schools as certified by the Home Office and ACT, backed by Simon Fell MP, the UK Government's Anti-Fraud Champion.

Take the quiz