This course is intended for the auditor with approximately three to five years of performance audit experience. It is targeted to auditors who have or will have the responsibility for supervising or managing the work of more junior auditors. This course is suitable for senior auditors.
This three-day intermediary level course begins with a one-hour videoconference six weeks before the course. Participants are placed into teams, are assigned an audit topic by their office, and are expected to gather knowledge of business and propose an audit scope related to that topic.
The course includes individual and group exercises, lectures, and presentations all tailored to meet your office's needs. Topics include planning and scoping, team building, leadership, supervision, entity relations, and quality control.
Workshop participants will acquire and apply the knowledge and skills necessary to lead people and teams in producing high-quality performance audits that conform with standards.
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Course Overview Summary
Audit Planning and Scoping
Roles and Responsibilities
Building and Maintaining Effective Teams
Managing Entity Relations
Supporting Strong Observations and Recommendations