Before registering for this session, please note, it is going to be an in-person session and will be held at the Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario office at 130 King St. W. in Toronto. You MUST attend in person to participate, there will not be an option to join this session virtually.
We are no longer asking for vaccine attestation or mandatory masking in our sessions for anything on or after October 1, 2022, but we do ask that you do your best to protect yourself and others. This includes monitoring your symptoms pre-session. If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms, we ask that you contact us at email@example.com
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This is a re-introduction (or maybe even an initial introduction) aimed at managers, staff accountants, controllers, public practitioners, and any other individuals interested in what internal auditors do and how they contribute to their organization. The seminar covers the concepts of internal auditing, including definitions and standards, and the roles and responsibilities of practitioners in the field. The attendees will be able to communicate effectively with the IA department, including setting up projects and understanding outcomes.
- Roles and responsibilities
- Required skill sets
- Types of assignments
- Typical reports
- Special Assignments
WHO WILL BENEFIT:
CPAs, students and staff who need to understand what an internal auditor does or should do, and who may need to have standards to judge the effectiveness of the internal audit department.