Available Training Programs


CAMLI is dedicated to providing current and comprehensive professional development resources for individuals working in the Anti-Money Laundering/Counter-Terrorist Financing field in Canada.

All training materials, review exercises, and the associated tests are delivered online through your CAMLI user account.

All CAMLI training programs carry Continuing Education Credits (CEC) that can be used by CAMLI members to satisfy their professional designation continuing education requirements.






Conferences and Workshops
CAMLI Training Programs
CAMLI Training Programs


Compliance Officer 101
The Compliance Officer 101 training program is designed for staff new to the prevention of money laundering. It is also a useful refresher course for existing employees or those wishing to attain the CAMLI Practicing Associate designation.
Understanding Money Laundering & Terrorist Financing Risk: A Risk Assessment Process
To be effective, a risk assessment methodology must be part of an overall process to address risk. This training program stresses the importance of treating risk as part of a greater whole and not as a stand alone element separate from the other four compliance regime elements.
Effectiveness Testing the Compliance Program: Enhancing Your Skills
Effectiveness Testing the Compliance Program: Enhancing Your Skills
Effectiveness Testing the Compliance Program: Enhancing Your Skills has been developed to assist those tasked with undertaking a legislated Compliance Review to develop, manage, and operationalize that Review.
Foundations of AML Compliance Management Certificate
Foundations of AML Compliance Management Certificate
CAMLI has developed the Foundations of AML Compliance Management Certificate, which encompasses two CAMLI training programs, focusing on the key fundamentals of AML/CTF compliance management within a designated reporting business operations.
OSFI Guideline B-8: Deterring & Detecting Money Laundering
OSFI Guideline B-8: Deterring & Detecting Money Laundering
This training program is designed to assist federally-regulated financial institutions focus attention on the principal goals of anti-money laundering and anti-terrorist financing (AML/ATF) risk-based deterrence and detection as outlined in OSFI's Guideline B-8.
AML/CTF Board of Directors Training Program
AML/CTF Board of Directors Training Program
No longer can boards defer substantive decisions regarding anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing to their compliance staff. Instead, they must understand the obligations and potential penalties comprising compliance and establish the appropriate ‘tone at the top’.
Building a Business Relationship and Monitoring Model
Building a Business Relationship and Monitoring Model
CAMLI's Building a Business Relationship and Monitoring Model examines Canada's legislated Business Relationship requirements and know-your-customer obligations, outlines the development of a risk management protocol, and provides guidance for monitoring and record keeping.
Risks Associated with Lending: Loans and Mortgages
Risks Associated with Loans and Mortgages
This course identifies various types of lending transactions and activities that may indicate potential money laundering. Learn to recognize the risk indicators for the various types of fraud typically associated with lending and mortgage products and services, and the procedures used to mitigate these risks.
Risks Associated with Trade-Based Money Laundering
Risks Associated with Trade-Based Money Laundering
The international trade system is subject to a wide range of risks and vulnerabilities that provide criminal organizations with the opportunity to launder the proceeds of crime and provide funding to terrorist organizations with a relatively low risk of detection.
Managing Your Risks: Elder Financial Abuse/Exploitation
Managing Your Risks: Elder Financial Abuse/Exploitation
At the intersection of reporting and privacy of elder financial abuse/exploitation, you may sometimes struggle with your obligations to report this type of activity. This course will assist practitioners to recognize the importance of the application of elder financial abuse/exploitation risk controls into their risk assessment.
New Payment Products & Services
New Payment Products and Services
The growing use of new payment products and services globally has created challenges for countries and private sector institutions to ensure that these products and services are not misused for money laundering and terrorist financing purposes.
United States AML/CTF
United States AML/CTF Training Program
This United States-based AML/CTF training program is designed to support the individual tasked with managing their organization's AML/CTF program with operations in both the United States and Canada.
Real Estate Brokers & Sales Representatives AML/CTF
Real Estate Brokers and Sales Representatives AML/CTF Training Program
This AML/CTF training program will assist real estate brokers and sales representatives to comply in part with the training requirement under the Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act and its supporting Regulations.
Casino CAMLOs: Designing Employee Training
Casino CAMLOs: Designing Employee Training
Casino CAMLOs: Designing Employee Training provides resources for compliance officers in the casino and gaming sector to assist with the training of employees to understand the requirements mandated under Canada's Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act and its supporting Regulations.
Certified Financial Planners: Understanding Risks
Certified Financial Planners: Understanding Risks
This training program is designed to provide Certified Financial Planners with information about the risks your products and services may create and the opportunities they may provide for money launderers and terrorist activity financing.
Fraud 101
Fraud 101
Fraud 101 provides detailed information on the theory, types of fraudulent financial crimes, and application of mitigating strategies to facilitate the detection, prevention, and response to fraudulent activities within their organization.
Privacy Training Programs
Privacy Training Programs
Privacy is an operational concern and it belongs on the front lines where customer information is collected right through an organization’s lifecycle of information flow. Employees that are unaware of corporate privacy policies and how they are related to their role make mistakes when dealing with customers or when using/disclosing customer information.