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Making Remote Auditing Work

Being offer twice a quarter on selected Tuesdays at 10:00 a.m. Central Time

How is your audit department going to handle the post pandemic workplace?

We've been thrust into the world of remote work. Join us to learn how audit, compliance and internal control professionals can overcome these new challenges and gain efficiencies through the effective use of technology.

This timely course examines tools and techniques to win at remote auditing. We begin with a general description of the software tools. We then detail the Audit process, and provide specific guidance for how Audit and Compliance professionals are using these software tools and methods in their assessments.


Here's what we'll discuss:
- The case for remote auditing
- Equipment and Software
- Tools and Techniques
- Audit Planning
- Audit Fieldwork
- Audit Reporting


This session is designed to arm auditors with the tools necessary to manage the audit life cycle in this new remote working environment.


This timely, three hour CPE training event is designed for the internal audit professional and others who wish to improve their effectiveness in this remote working environment.


By the end of this course, attendees will be able to:
-Identify tools to make your life easier while remote auditing.
-Setup your workspace with minimal cost but maximum benefit
-Plan better remote audits
-Save time on fieldwork documentation
-Collaborate with audit colleagues and clients

The retail cost of this three CPE event is $180.00 per attendee.

Each attendee will receive 3 Auditing CPE Hours (YB). A certificate of completion will be provided.

Program Level of Understanding: Basic
Prerequisites: None
Advance Preparation: None
Delivery Format: Group Internet Based
NASBA Field(s) of Study: Auditing
CPE Credits: 3, based on 50 minutes of instruction per hour

Audit Tradecraft

Tradecraft, within the internal and external auditing communities, refers to the techniques, methods and technologies used in modern financial and internal auditing and generally, as part of the activity of creating assurance. This includes general topics or techniques (interviewing, for example), or the specific techniques of an organization (the particular form of performance improvement (Lean Six Sigma), for example).


Robert Berry will be the instructor and he is known as "That Audit Guy".

Robert believes the ultimate goal in business is to improve people, processes and profits. Every organization exists to make some sort of profit. Behind every profit is a series of business processes that must be in sync. But behind every process is a person. People are the heartbeat of every organization and need to be developed and supported.

Robert has spent the better part of his career trying to bring out the best in people. As a result, you will find that his training courses are practical and actionable. The compelling content typically contains good visuals to stimulate recall along with clear and concise language. As a service provider, Robert's approach is honest yet empathetic. The internal audit function and management can work together to evaluate processes in an organization to bring out the best in everyone.

Robert has worked as an auditor and an accountant in small and multi billion dollar organizations. You will find the standard alphabet soup behind his name (CPA, CIA, etc), but improving people, processes and profits is what matters most.