Developing Essential Fieldwork Skills - OAM170WEB

Overview

Fieldwork is the substance of the internal audit function. This includes the testing of controls to determine the effectiveness of risk management. Too often workpaper documentation is insufficient for a third party to re-perform the test. This webinar includes internal control terminology, the concepts of control adequacy and control effectiveness. Also quality workpaper documentation and the key components of a workpaper, the gathering of sufficient, competent, relevant and useful audit evidence. It also identifies the key components of a well-written issue and recommendation.

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Tuition cost

$195

NASBA Certified CPE

2 Credits

Auditing

Why you should attend

You should attend because having effective fieldwork skills is a key attribute of effective internal auditors and a key determinant of success in the role.

Who should attend

Internal and external auditors, financial auditors, audit management, compliance and risk management professionals.

What You'll learn

You will learn about internal control terminology, testing techniques, types, and the rules of evidence, documentation requirements and how to document issues identified.

Prerequisites

None

 

  • Learn about internal control terminology
    • Learn about testing techniques and workpaper quality
    • Learn about audit evidence
    • Learn about workpaper documentation guidelines
    • Learn about Issues & Recommendations (I&Rs)
    • Learn about sampling
    • Learn about fraud and fraud auditing
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Schedule your course

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Timezone: America/New_York

November 2021

TBD
Nov 16th, 2021-Nov 16th, 2021
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ACI Learning is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.nasbaregistry.org.