Bankers Committee members pay N 123,465.00 only
For an audit exercise to fulfil its purpose, the report emanating from the process must be written using a format that is easily understandable and actionable. Such report must be the right tone for diverse readers and address the needs of multiple audiences. Thus, effective reporting is an essential aspect of the audit process.
Therefore, organizations should continually upscale the skill sets and competencies of its audit and other related functional staff in writing good audit reports that can facilitate effective decision making within their organization.
Auditors, Accountants, Inspectors and Bank Examiners as well as those being prepared for these roles and staff of Examination/Supervision Departments of regulators in the financial services sector.
At the end of the course, participants should be able to effectively
Effectively schedule good audit planning activities
Discuss the materiality concept in audit reporting
Demonstrate acceptable audit report formats and styles
Interpret findings from the assessment and evaluation of audit reports in making informed decisions.
Explain the purpose of audit programs and work paper
Describe the elements of an audit work paper
Audit Plans: Coverage, Timing, Evaluation, Control and Staffing
Materiality Concept in Audit Reporting
Audit Reporting Formats and Styles
Audit Opinion: Qualified and Unqualified Audit Reports
Assessment and Evaluation of Audit Reports
Audit Programs and Work Papers
Auditing in an IT Environment
Essence of COSO Reporting
Regulatory Bodies and their Expectations from the Audit Function and Reports
Audit Committees and their Expectations from Audit Reports
Effective Presentation of Audit Reports
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