Level Four Experienced In-charge Training
is designed to advance the skills and effectiveness of individuals
functioning in the senior, in-charge or supervisor role.
The course addresses key audit topics such as evaluating entity
level controls, including general computer controls, making final
risk assessments, and identifying appropriate testing responses.
The course builds important project management and leadership
skills including the use of an industry accepted self assessment
tool designed to increase the effectiveness of individual’s communication
and leadership skills. Finally the course addresses
certain specific audit areas which often contain more complex
accounting and auditing issues. The course is a perfect blend of
audit, accounting and core foundational skills to allow experienced
in-charges to continue in their development.
- Increase the effectiveness and efficiency
of audit projects through improved
project management and better
knowledge of accounting and auditing
- Evaluate the design effectiveness of a
client’s entity level controls.
- Assess self and other individuals motivation
and personal style for leading,
communicating and dealing with conflict.
- Address challenging accounting and
auditing issues in areas such as revenue
recognition, inventory valuation,
recognizing commitments and contingencies
and accounting estimates.
Core A&A Knowledge & Skills – 4 Hours (Auditing), 1 Hour (Accounting)
- Analytical Procedures
Audit Process – 5 Hours (Auditing)
- Risk Assessment Procedures
- Responding to Risk
Further Audit Procedures / Audit Areas - 5 Hours (Auditing), 1 Hour (Accounting)
- Commitments & Contingencies
- Financial Reporting
Foundational Skills – 8 Hours (Professional Development)
(Personal, Interpersonal, Professional & Profession Related)
- Teamwork & Motivation