Internal Audit Effectiveness – Training & Events

Current Open Course Dates:

Mar
5
Tue
Preparing for an External Quality Assessment (EQA) – IIA UK: 5 March 2018
Mar 5 all-day

For more information email James Paterson

Apr
8
Mon
Practical Approaches to new ways of internal auditing – MIS Training Institute London: 8-12 April 2019
Apr 8 – Apr 12 all-day

For more information email James Paterson

May
1
Wed
Preparing for an External Quality Assessment (EQA) – IIA UK: 1 May 2019
May 1 all-day

For more information email James Paterson

Sep
23
Mon
Practical Approaches to new ways of internal auditing – MIS Training Institute London: 23-27 September 2019
Sep 23 – Sep 27 all-day

For more information email James Paterson

Oct
3
Thu
Preparing for an External Quality Assessment (EQA) – IIA UK: 3 October 2019 (York)
Oct 3 all-day

For more information email James Paterson

 

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Course Details:

  • Strategic Thinking for Internal Auditors

    Open and in-house

    Details coming soon.

    For more information email James Paterson

  • Interview Techniques for Internal Auditors

    Bespoke in-house

    Details coming soon.

    For more information email James Paterson

  • Negotiation Skills for Internal Auditors

    Bespoke in-house

    Details coming soon.

    For more information email James Paterson

  • Action Learning Techniques for Internal Audit

    Bespoke in-house

    Details coming soon.

    For more information email James Paterson

  • Preparing for an External Quality Assessment (EQA)

    There is a requirement for IA functions to have an external quality review every 5 years and IIA studies show that IA functions can often be “caught out” by the findings, not always in obvious areas. This can adversely affect the reputation of the IA function with key stakeholders. Learn about the key challenges and how to turn this process into a positive experience, understanding warning signs around the selection an EQA provider (in terms of cost and attitude) as well as the best ways to prepare.

    Who should attend?

    Experienced auditors or more senior audit managers / heads of auditors who play a role in ensuring that the audit department receives a satisfactory external quality assessment.

    What will I learn?
    Upon completion you will be able to:

    • Understand key headlines from the up-dated IIA IPPF 2017
    • Understand how an EQA process works
    • Learn how best to select your EQA provider and key pitfalls to manage
    • Understand key areas that an EQA often finds
    • Understand good practices around an ongoing quality assurance and improvement programme
    • Consider the status of your own IA team and develop priority areas for further week

    Duration: 1 day

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