$525 includes a terrific 2-day course for 8 hours of Governmental CPE
How do you make sure bad things don’t happen? Implement an internal control!
In this comprehensive workshop, learn how to define risks and apply controls to mitigate the risks – without creating a burdensome bureaucracy.
We will create relevant internal controls and evaluate whether the controls will work together in an integrated manner to achieve business goals.
This webinar is designed to give auditors a solid knowledge of the five components of internal control and touches on the seventeen underlying principles. We will walk through a relevant case study and create controls for a given objective.
Course objectives include:
- How to define risks
- How to mitigate risks with controls
- How to distinguish between monitoring and control activities
- How to choose and strengthen key internal controls
- What the COSO model and Green Book are is and why they are important
Recommended CPE credit: 8 hours
NASBA Category of Study: Auditing (Governmental)
Program level: Basic
Advance Preparation: None
Instructional method: Webinar (Group Internet Based)
Instructor: Leita Hart-Fanta, CPA
Class Size Limit: 30
Who should attend: Auditors
Date: April 24-25, 2024 (Wednesday – Thursday)
Time: 12:00pm-4:00pm Central
What People Say About This Seminar
“Hands down the most practical intermediate-level audit training I’ve had in my career. Wish I’d taken the workshop years ago.” – Internal Controls Workshop participant
“I learned a new way to view my work and can’t wait to utilize the COSO model.” – Internal Controls Workshop participant
“I liked the activities, I was able to hear different views on the topics which enhanced my understanding.” – Internal Controls Workshop participant
“The presentation was engaging. I never got bored.” – Internal Controls Workshop participant
“I liked the interaction and the activities in the break out rooms.“ – Internal Controls Workshop participant
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