Meet the training leader
- Prof. Richard Mayungbe
- PhD, MSc, MBA, BSc, FICA, FCCA, CPFA, FCFIP, FIAF, CFIA, ACFE, MICM, MIPN, Ch.MC, MITD
- SE C Licensed Investment Adviser, CMD Accredited Trainer, (Country Representative of the Institute of Certified Forensic Accountants, Canada)
No quality management system can achieve its potential unless it is constantly monitored and audited. This interactive 5 day training course will teach you the tools and techniques of the internal auditor, how to conduct an effective audit and how to use these to achieve continual business process improvement and will assist your staff in identifying any gaps that may challenge the effectiveness of your quality management system.
To become a successful auditor, a strong base of knowledge and an understanding of basic auditing skills are essential. With this program, auditors, as well as non-auditors with internal control responsibilities, will learn the ins and outs of an audit from beginning to the end.
Classroom demonstrations, exercises, group discussion, and lectures, will enrich attendees knowledge and will properly prepare them to conduct a successful audit. A basic understanding of the roles of risks and internal controls in auditing will also be stressed, along with interpersonal and teambuilding skills. Candidates will be presented for the Certified Internal Auditors certification exams at the end of the training and successful candidates would earn the CPIA designation, awarded by the Institute of Certified Forensic Accountants, Canada)
Collecting objective evidence,reporting non confor-mances and writing audit reports
Developing ability to identify and close quality gaps
Maximize the benefits of monitoring so that the procedures are regularly being controlled
Perform internal audit tasks and carry out value-added audit engagements
Engage in a risk-based audit approach, from planning through process documentation. to testing, analysis, and reporting
Demonstrate the application of Professional Practices Framework
Show the concepts and terms that are central to internal auditing
View your own organization from an internal auditing perspective
Communicate and sell internal auditing results