$590 includes a terrific 2-day course designed especially for auditors for 16 hours of Governmental CPE
After several projects, the new auditor begins to piece together his or her role in the auditing process. Without an understanding of key audit skills, new auditors can easily spend valuable audit hours doing the wrong thing. New auditors will feel more comfortable doing their work once they understand the essentials of each phase of the audit – planning, risk assessment, audit program design, fieldwork, working paper development, and issue development. This course covers the latest standards and concepts regarding risk assessment and internal control assessments.
Course objectives include:
- How to develop a finding or audit issue
- How to gather evidence for audit conclusions and opinions
- How to document what you’ve done in the working papers
- What the steps of the audit are and how your work fits in
- Which standards you must follow
- How to evaluate the strength of internal controls
- When to discuss progress and issues with your supervisor
- How to distinguish between over-auditing and under-auditing
Recommended CPE credit: 16 hours
NASBA Category of Study: Auditing (Governmental)
Program level: Beginning
Advance Preparation: None
Instructional method: Group live instruction
Instructor: Leita Hart-Fanta
Class Size Limit: 35
Who should attend: Auditors with less than five years of government audit experience. Auditors and monitors of governmental funds and programs who need to understand how to apply governmental auditing standards to their work and recipients of governmental funds who undergo auditing or monitoring from an oversight or granting agency. This course is applicable to both internal auditors and external auditors and monitors.
Location: Maggiano’s, 10910 Domain Dr #100, Austin, TX 78759
Date: January 30 & 31, 2020
Registration & Full Breakfast – 8 a.m.
Course begins – 8:30 a.m.
Lunch (provided) – 11:30 a.m.
Day ends – 5:00 p.m.
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