Internal auditing has gained prominence in the organization today due to the growing understanding of the critical role internal auditors play within the governance framework. To ensure the effectiveness of internal auditing, auditors must continuously refine their understanding of the principles, procedures, evidence philosophy, documentation and reporting requirements of internal auditing according to changing needs of management. This course is designed to build knowledge and skills for your auditors, updating them with contemporary issues in the practice of internal auditing.
The course emphasizes practical skill that help auditors bridge the knowing-doing gap and will therefore be taught by consummate professionals with relevant industry experience.
♣ Internal Auditing in a Changing Environment
♣ Understanding the IIA’s Professional Practice Framework
♣ Risk-Based Auditing/Control Self-Assessment
♣ Developing Thoughtfully Penetrating Audit Workprograms
♣ Identifying, Gathering and Documenting Audit Evidence
♣ Use of Computer Assisted Audit Techniques Software to Capture Evidence
♣ Audit Workpaper Design and Implementation to Meet Auditing Standards
♣ Identifying and Communicating Reportable Conditions
♣ Message-Based Reporting: Reporting to Satisfy Your Top Management