Introduction to Internal Audit

Training In person 16/09/2024 31 CPE-points
Introduction to Internal Audit
Early bird

16/08/2024

€3.000,00 (€3.630,00 incl. VAT)

€2.500,00 (€3.025,00 incl. VAT)
Registration

11/09/2024

€3.250,00 (€3.932,50 incl. VAT)

€2.750,00 (€3.327,50 incl. VAT)
Useful information

16 September 2024 - 09:00

20 September 2024 - 12:30

IIA Belgium

English

Beginner

31 CPE-points

Overview

In 4.5 days, you will get an overview of the IIA’s Professional Practices Framework, definitions and examples of internal control models, and practical insight into the internal audit process. In a hands-on case, you will conduct an audit from start to finish, including assessing risks and controls, interviewing clients, and writing up findings. You will share your own experience with others and learn from the experiences of the other participants and an expert instructor.

Target Audience 

Beginning auditors, with up to one year’s experience in internal auditing. Non-auditors responsible for business-controls, compliance, and quality-audit activities.

Course Objectives

- Learn how to perform the work of internal auditing, enabling you to carry out your assignment on a value-added audit engagement.

- Engage in a risk-based audit approach, from planning through process documentation to testing, analysis, and reporting. 

- Understand internal auditing today. 

- Become familiar with the scope and application of the Professional Practices Framework.

- Learn the concepts and terms that are central to internal auditing. 

- View your own organization from an internal auditing perspective. 

- Learn how to communicate and “sell” internal auditing results.

Course Content

- Internal Audit Today 

- Risk Assessment And Risk Management 

- Audit Planning 

- Interviewing 

- Process Documentation 

- Audit Programs 

- Automated Tools

- Testing 

- Audit Reporting 

- Selling The Results 

- Teamwork

Kelly Hogan
Kelly Hogan

Kelly Hogan’s experience includes over 25 years providing advice on techniques for risk management, control assessment and improvement, and written and oral communication. After a short time as a bank examiner, her career as an auditor started with financial and operational audits at the Federal Reserve Bank in St. Louis, Missouri, USA. She later moved to MasterCard International where she performed application audits, then managed a team of operational and IT auditors. After moving to Belgium for MasterCard, Mrs. Hogan served as the head of audit for its European subsidiary for five years. Since October 2006, Mrs. Hogan has been providing consulting and training worldwide, primarily for internal auditors and internal audit departments across public and private sectors and in various industries. She also conducts external quality assurance reviews for internal audit departments.

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