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CPE for Government Auditors

Internal Controls Workshop

WHAT PEOPLE SAY ABOUT THIS SEMINAR

“Leita was extremely knowledgeable of the subject matter. She also had was of simplifying the concepts to their base elements. This method made it very easy to grasp the concepts that were presented. For and introductory course, I find that clarity and simplicity key.”
- March 2013

“Leita made a dry subject interesting and imparted a great deal of information.”
- March 2013

“Leita was a wonderful instructor. Her material was relevant. She made the class interesting and interactive. It was a great learning experience and I know that I will be able to take what I have learned and apply it to my job.”
- March 2013

“Very knowledgeable on the material and willing to stop and explain in detail some items to those who were not Auditors.”
- March 2013

“She is incredibly knowledgeable while being entertaining at the same time. She pretty much kept the class riveted.”
- March 2013

How do you make sure bad things don’t happen? Controls! In this short workshop, learn how to define risks and apply controls to mitigate the risks – without creating a burdensome bureaucracy.

Objectives:

  • How to define business risks
  • How to mitigate risks with controls
  • How to choose and strengthen key controls
  • What the COSO model is and why it is important
  • How to identify and lean critical processes

Who should attend: Professionals

Program level: Intermediate

Prerequisites: No prerequisites or advance preparation required

Delivery method: Group live

Recommended CPE credit: 8 hours

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