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Over the last few years, the media have been filling our screens and publications with news of impending doom about armies of robots taking over the world and disrupting our normal way of life. The course will tune you into current developments in these fields and suggest how internal audit functions may have to adjust to a new reality. Who should attend? Open to everyone, no technical knowledge is necessary. What will I learn? Upon completion you will be able…Find out more »
High-profile tech issues are always in the news – a business being hacked, a company being stopped in its tracks because it is under attack, or somebody coming to harm because of a ‘fake’ or stolen identity. This course will help you better understand Cybercrime and about the IT controls that should be in place to help protect your organisation. Who should attend? All are welcome to attend - including internal auditors who don’t have any specialist IT Auditing skills.…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 an introduction to auditing projects, auditing project management and auditing project risk for any auditor new to the subject. Who should attend? This course is open to all. What will I learn? Upon completion you will be able to: Understand the language…Find out more »
Internal auditors have to create reports that are clear, logical and convincing, otherwise, they will not be acted upon. Creating compelling content needs a good understanding of the presentation of facts and the correct and logical sequencing of observations and findings. This introduction to audit report writing shows you how to produce reports that have an impact and add real value to your organisation. Who should attend? Open to everyone, but is probably best suited to those with less than three…Find out more »
In the news you see organisations being criticised for their mediocre performance in their handling and oversight of contractors. When your organisation chooses to outsource activities or infrastructure, uncertainties over delivery, cost and quality become a key threat. This course highlights best practice, what good looks like, and steers you through auditing contracts, and the auditing of outsourcing or procurement activities. Who should attend? This course is open to all – the course has a primary focus on contract and…Find out more »
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