Internal auditors need to create reports that are clear, logical and convincing. Writing compelling content requires a great presentation and the correct sequencing of observations and findings. This introduction to audit report writing will show you how to produce reports that have impact and add value to your organisation. Who should attend? open to everyone, but is probably best suited to those with less than three years report writing experience or those that are new to internal audit. What will…Find out more »
Failure of a project can have a massive impact on an organisation's reputation and the confidence of its stakeholders. Understanding the dynamics of complex projects as they move forward, is a challenge to every audit team. This course provides a good introduction to projects and project risk for any auditor. Who should attend? this course is open to all. What will I learn? Upon completion you will be able to: identify the critical differences between programmes and projects review the…Find out more »
If you haven’t conducted an IT audit before, or you’ve only been involved in a couple of IT audits, then this course is the ideal starting point. It aligns to the latest standards and best practice approaches and is updated each year to keep pace with emerging technology. The course will enable you to confidently perform a review of the impact of technology on your organisation. Who should attend? this course is open to all. What will I learn? Upon…Find out more »
IT knowledge is complex, expires quickly, and developing expertise in IT audit, beyond basics, is challenging. This course is designed to lift your understanding of IT audit to the next level. Most importantly, it will focus on what is ‘doable’ by any auditor approaching the field of IT Audit. Who should attend? internal auditors that have attended the ‘Information systems auditing – basecamp’ course or those who possess equivalent knowledge What will I learn? Upon completion you will be able…Find out more »
Risk culture, what we actually do about risk, is often very different to expressed and recorded risk. This is because we often struggle to identify, monitor or deal with behaviours linked to ethics and values. This course takes this difficult and challenging subject and helps to turn the invisible into the measurable. Who should attend? The course is open to all. What will I learn? After completion you will be able to: • Identify and define the difference between culture,…Find out more »
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