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Mastering Audit Sampling Techniques: Enhancing Efficiency and Effectiveness


Are you confident in your ability to utilize audit sampling effectively for substantive and internal controls testing? The selection and application of appropriate sampling methodology in audit fieldwork is vital for auditors to execute audits, quality assessments, and control tests efficiently and effectively.


This event is specifically developed to assist auditors, compliance assessors, and quality testers in determining optimal sample sizes, as well as selecting and evaluating samples while performing auditing procedures. The session's focus encompasses both nonstatistical methods and statistical sampling techniques. Engaging case studies are also included to facilitate the application of these sampling methodologies in audits and establish best practices for audit professionals.


In this timely half-day CPE training seminar, auditors and professionals tasked with drawing conclusions based on samples from a population of items will gain valuable insights. Attendees will learn how to validate a population, construct an effective audit sample, analyze the sample, generate comprehensive workpaper documentation, and draw sound conclusions regarding the audit testing results.


By participating in this seminar, each attendee will earn 4 CPE Event Hours (YB) and receive a certificate of completion, further enhancing their professional credentials.


Don't miss this opportunity to enhance your audit sampling techniques and boost your efficiency and effectiveness in performing audits and control tests.


Register now to secure your spot in this invaluable training seminar.

Audit Sampling Techniques

  • Offered every six weeks on Thursdays at 10:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Central Time in four CPE-Credit event.

    We can schedule private events on your timetable for two or more attendees.

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