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One of the most difficult skills associated with auditing is determining the propriety of audit evidence. Does it support the audit objective? Is it enough? Is it too much and inefficient? How does professional judgment affect the quality and quantity of audit procedures?
This course will provide internal audit staff and management with at least 2 years’ experience with skills and techniques necessary to identify the appropriate evidence to support the audit conclusion. The tools and techniques shared will also provide you with approaches to guide your use of critical thinking skills to facilitate the gathering of audit evidence. Real-life examples of strong and weak evidence will be provided to further the learning process.
Finally, the course will be interactive and provide opportunities for you to practice what you learn.
In this course, we will discuss:
|Course Duration: 2 day(s)|
|CPE Hours Available: 16|
|Knowledge Level: Intermediate|
|Field of Study: Auditing|
Auditors with at least 2 years’ experience in order to draw upon their professional audit experience.