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Internal Auditor 301

Audit Management

Offered during the third week of the month on Tuesday-Wednesdays in two four hour CPE events

This is the third in our one-day CPE training seminars for skill building within the internal audit function. Do you have an Internal Audit department with the need for manager training?

As a follow-up to Auditor 101 and 201, Auditor 301: Becoming a Manager helps auditors becoming Management and active leaders for their audit teams. This CPE training course gives Managers oversight on how to review a file, properly budget and forecast projects and actively manage and juggle numerous projects.

Additionally, this CPE training course will give you the interpersonal skills to manage your audit team and your auditee's, even your audit management. Auditors should not get promoted without taking this course. Moving from staff auditor to audit manager calls for expanding the skills set. Not only do managers have to be efficient audit team members but also effective communicators, teachers, and active listeners. This enlightening seminar focuses on providing new managers with the tools they need to lead effectively in an internal auditing environment.

This real-world CPE training seminar focuses on providing audit managers with the tools they need to manage effectively within the internal auditing function. This timely, one-day seminar is designed for the new audit manager and others who are responsible for the management of multiple audit teams and the internal audit function.

The cost of this internal audit training seminar is $495.00 for the first attendee from a single organization.

 

Each attendee will receive 8 Auditing CPE Hours (YB). A certificate of completion will be provided.

 

 

Program Level of Understanding: Intermediate
Prerequisites: Internal Audit 101 and Internal Audit 201
Advance Preparation: None
Delivery Format: Group Internet Based
NASBA Field(s) of Study: Auditing
CPE Credits: 8, based on 50 minutes of instruction per hour

CPE Event Highlights

- Plan, manage, and implement an internal audit from beginning to end.
- Best Practices in identifying and measuring audit risks
- Enhance interpersonal and team-building skills
- Understand the audit communication process
- Learn techniques for managing time and delegating tasks
- Best Practices for documenting and presenting audit results

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Learning Objectives

- Attendees will understand effective audit risk assessment
- Attendees will learn how to identify audit management skills
- Attendees will have insight into team dynamics
- Attendees will learn how to evaluate the creation of audit documentation
- Attendees will discuss interpersonal and team-building skills
- Attendees will understand the management of the audit report creation process
- Attendees will discuss interpersonal and team-building skills
- Attendees will understand how to manage the audit communication process

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Key Issues on the Agenda


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Section 1 - Introduction and Background
- Duties & Responsibilities
- Changing Role
- Managerment and Oversight

Section 2 - Risk Assessment
- Building a Risk Assessment
- Factors and Conclusions

Section 3 - Managing People
- Seniors versus Auditors
- Varying Personality Types
- Generation Y

Section 4 - Managing Your Management
- Overcommunication
- Make your Boss not Manage you!

Section 5 - Interpersonal Skills for the Auditor
- Communications
- Oversight of Staff Auditors
- Empowering Staff
- Generation Y
- Positive Commentary

Section 6 - Managing your Constituents
- Who knows more about their job than they do?
- Empowerment of the Auditee

Section 7 - File Review
- What to Look For
- Review Comments

Section 8 - Time Management
- Budgeting and Forecasting
- Adding Back - Value added services

Section 9 - Finalizing Audit Reports
- Classification of Findings
- Timing of Follow-up
- Review and Issuance

Section 10 - Going Forward