IA30 ● Internal audit ● Foundations & ractice
As an internal auditor, you aim to take ownership of an audit process that is easy to use and transposable into your business environment. This process should be based on risk analysis and international best audit practices.
Starting with the International Professional Practices Framework (IPFF) and the audit standards, you are responsible for the different stages of an audit engagement. Based on the objectives of the assignment and the risks of the audited activity, you establish the work programme and plan the engagement. All necessary information is collected through documents, interviews and observations. The quality of the collected information is assessed and the findings are determined. Recommendations are formulated, for which the auditees establish an action plan. An audit report is drawn up and presented to the management and the auditees. Lastly, after approval of the audit report, a follow-up of the corrective action plans is implemented.
A methodological guide is distributed during the training.
- Novice internal auditors,
- Experienced internal auditors,
- IT/IS auditors,
- Digital auditors,
- Internal controllers,
- Auditor managers.
Basic knowledge of internal audit and/or some experience of audit engagements.
Monique Garsoux, internal audit professional and an expert in audit methodologies and techniques.
The standard course lasts 2 days and it can be tailored to your specific requirements.
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- Continuing Professional Education: 14 CPE hours
- Course level : This course corresponds to level 2 "Understanding" on the 6 level scale of Bloom's taxonomy, a hierarchy used to classify educational levels.
- References: IIA Belgium, IFACI, SWDE (customised in house training)
- We can coach your staff in internal auditing.
- We would welcome the opportunity to make you a tailored offer.
Updated on 21-11-08