How to make Remote Auditing Work - COVID04WEB


Internal auditors, like all professionals, have had to adapt to the pandemic. Procedures have changed due to the limited access to people, documents, data, and facilities. While many people talk about how COVID-19 has forced us to reassess what we audit, this webinar focuses on how we should audit during the pandemic. It provides a general description of various tools available, a review of the audit process, and a description of techniques to align the tools to the different audit phases.


Tuition cost


NASBA Certified CPE

2 Credits


Why you should attend

You should attend because in this webinar students will acquire techniques to compare their practices with rapidly evolving internal audit procedures at other organizations.

Who should attend

Internal and external auditors, regulators, compliance and risk management professionals.

What You'll learn

You will learn how to be more responsive and effective as an auditor during the COVID-19 pandemic, and what changes other auditors are making to continue their work given the constraints faced.

Why Remote Work Makes Sense:

  • Discuss benefits of remote work
  • Discuss risks of remote work
  • Discuss remote work trends

Equipment and Software:

  • Discuss necessary hardware
  • Introduce various software functionality required to thrive remote

Tools and Techniques:

  • Discuss various tools available for free, freemium and for a fee
  • Describe general techniques used for successful remote work

Audit Planning:

  • Discuss tools and techniques to facilitate audit planning from a distance

Audit Fieldwork:

  • Discuss tools and techniques to facilitate audit fieldwork from a distance

Audit Reporting:

  • Discuss tools and techniques to facilitate audit reporting from a distance

Schedule your course

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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: