This course focuses on how in-charge auditors lead audits. Learners will review audit program development and changes, risk assessments, setting priorities, managing expectations, delegation, managing staff performance and overall productivity, reviewing workpapers, incorporating fraud detection techniques in one’s audit programs, and stakeholder management. The focus is on managing the dynamics of an audit and applying project management principles to increase the effectiveness of the engagement.
You should attend because being the in-charge auditor requires balancing essential technical and soft-skills. This course covers what works and what does not, and why, so you can lead and manage your team effectively.
Financial, Operational, Information Technology and External Auditors with two or more years of audit experience.
You will learn how to perform your duties as the in-charge so you can lead and manage the project and the team, set and manage expectations, communicate more effectively within and outside your department, and guide your team to success.
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