ISACA Philadelphia February Training Webinars: Session 1 - Internal Audit Fundamentals

Starts:  Feb 12, 2024 10:00 (ET)
Ends:  Feb 13, 2024 14:00 (ET)
Associated with  Philadelphia Chapter
During the ISACA Philadelphia’s February Winter Webinars we will cover two(2) sessions and ISACA Philadelphia Chapter members can earn up to 16 CPEs. The first session covering IA Fundamentals will be on Monday 2/12 & Tuesday 2/13 from 10am-2pm EST. The second session covering Work Programs will be on Wednesday 2/14 & Thursday 2/15 from 10am-2pm EST. “IA Fundamentals” and “Work Programs - Developing Results-Driven Audit Programs.”
Both sessions are hosted on Zoom by Verracy Training and presented by 2023 ACFE James R. Baker Speaker of the Year, Mary Breslin, CIA, CFE. 

Registration for Session 1 – IA Fundamentals 

Overview:Fundamentals create the foundation for any profession. This course covers the fundamentals needed for any auditor whether new or looking for a refresher course. The entire audit cycle will be reviewed from planning to report issuance. Participants will gain an understanding of governance, internal control environments and frameworks as well as client relationships. Participants can expect to gain insights and techniques they can apply immediately. 

This course is designed for internal auditors at every level of experience who want to learn tools and techniques to build audit skills or refresh existing skills. The course is taught with an interactive approach through a combination of lecture, discussions, small group and individual exercises and real-world case studies. 

Learning Objectives: 

You will learn the following in this course: 

  • Identify the core elements of the International Professional Practices Framework (IPPF).
  • Identify the components of the COSO Internal Control Framework.
  • Understand the roles and responsibilities of audit management, lead auditor, auditee, and auditee management.
  • Understand the components of the audit planning.
  • Learn effective interviewing skills.
  • Identify best practices for conducting an audit risk assessment, walkthrough, and audit program development.
  • Understand process documentation methods.
  • Learn best practices for audit observations and findings and recommendations.
  • Understand what makes for effective reporting.
  • Demonstrate the steps necessary to wrap up the audit after the report is issued.
  • Recognize the formal quality assurance standards that the internal audit function is required to follow.