Internal auditing: Performing the Engagement (CIA) Part 2.
What you'll learn
- Performing an audit engagement in accordance with international internal audit standards.
- Understand the International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing.
- Information Gathering techniques such as Preliminary surveys, Interviewing, Checklists and Questionnaires, sampling and Applying the Sample to the Population.
- Analysis and Evaluation techniques such as Analytical Review , Root Cause Analysis, Variances, Trend, and Regression Analysis, Process Mapping.
- Develop Engagement Conclusions.
- Engagement Supervision techniques.
- No internal audit experience is needed, but some basic concepts can help you.
Internal auditing: Performing the Engagement (CIA) Part 2, delves into the process of conducting internal audits in accordance with international internal audit standards.
The course will begin with articles to read, to remind you of the main fundamental principles, such as the Definition of internal audit.
Principles of the Code of Ethics.
The role of internal audit in the risk management process.
The role of internal audit in the evaluation of the internal control system.
The information-gathering procedure of an audit engagement will be covered in this course.
This is a critical component since it will outline the processes to take and the instruments available to auditors in collecting data for an audit engagement.
We'll look at audit sample approaches in this section of the data collection.
Auditors frequently need to test a sample of a population before applying the results to the entire population when implementing testing methods.
As a result, different sampling techniques are suited for various scenarios.
The training also covers the part of the process that involves analyzing and evaluating the data gathered.
Root Cause Analysis, analytical Review techniques, variations, Trends, and Regression Analysis are all covered in this part.
The different formats of audit evidence and how to document audit evidence so that it may be utilized as evidence to support the auditor's conclusion and opinion will also be covered.
Objectives for learning
1. Know how to conduct an internal audit in accordance with international internal auditing standards.
2. Describe the data collection procedure for an internal audit.
3. Analyze and evaluate the information gathered during the audit.
4. Understand the challenges surrounding audit engagement supervision and document audit results.
5. Understand part 2 of the 'Certified Internal Auditor' program, particularly 'Performing the engagement', which accounts for 40% of part 2.
Who this course is for:
- Students who want to begin their career in the internal audit.
- Internal auditors who want to perform the audit in accordance with international internal audit standards.
- Everyone who is curious about the CIA program, especially Part 2 related to the performance of the audit engagement.
Internal audit, governance, risk management, management control, and information systems are all professions that I am passionate about.
I am currently an internal auditor for a large corporation, and I formerly worked for information systems consulting business as an ERP functional consultant.
For the past three years, I've been teaching student assistance courses in training centers.
The following is a summary of my academic and professional background:
-Auditing, management control, and information systems master's degree
-Google Certified Data Analyst as a professional certification.
I enjoy assisting students and using high-quality tools to enhance learning in the subjects in which I specialize.
My teaching philosophy is to make knowledge accessible and clear.
Students want to be able to put their knowledge to good use in the real world.
My experience enables me to create content that incorporates both theoretical and practical knowledge and application.