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IIA Canada now offers on-site training to  employers who wish to provide IIA courses within their audit shops. All IIA courses can be offered at a Canadian dollar price that makes this a viable option. We source Canadian IIA-trained facilitators who are experienced with the course content and the sector. Many of the IIA courses have been updated for Canadian content, including relevant case studies.

Courses can also be modified specifically for your requirements, for an additional fee.

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Because of a scarcity of resources and lack of segregation of duties, small audit functions usually face various challenges and risks not typical for larger offices. This presentation will examine;

How to be compliant if it is just a one player game?
How to co-operate with other units for the common benefit but not to violate independence and confidentiality rules?
How small audit shops can use their size as an advantage and be at least as successful as their larger peers?
During this webinar you will learn some strategies and tools available to small audit departments to overcome the challenges and exceed the expectations of the board and senior management, fulfill their mandate, and maintain the department’s continuity.

Our speaker is; 

Yulia Yevlanova, CIA, CPA, CGA (SK), FCCA (UK), started her professional career as a full-cycle accountant of a mining enterprise back in 2006 and has accumulated more than 10 years of experience in audit and accounting since then. Her other mentionable steps in the profession include a position with a Big 4 firm where she had a broad portfolio of IFRS and SOX-reporting clients and a Regional Internal Auditor for a multinational agricultural distribution company where she was responsible for internal audit operations in a number of countries in Central and Eastern Europe. 

Yulia joined the University of Regina leadership team in 2015 with the major objective to establish the Office of Internal Audit. Currently in her role, Yulia manages the University’s internal audit function, including developing internal audit plans, conducting assurance, consulting and special projects, and developing and maintaining the working relationships with all levels of management, Audit and Risk Management Committee, and external stakeholders


10/2/2019 - 10/3/2019

Location:  Global Knowledge, 595 Bay St., Suite 302, Toronto, Ontario

Early Registration:
Until September 9, 2019 - Member: $1,174.00 / Non Member $1,430.00

Regular Registration:
After September 9, 2019 - Member: $1,274.00 / Non Member $1,530.00
This live instructor-led Part 3 CIA exam preparation course is designed to give candidates a comprehensive review of the topics covered on the Part 3 CIA exam. The course will provide in-depth analysis, reinforce CIA knowledge, clarify topics, and build exam-day confidence.

The training course is appropriate for CIA candidates, internal auditors seeking professional development, and students in accounting, business, or financial degree programs.

During this course, participants will be able to:

Learn and discuss Part 3 CIA topics with subject matter experts and peers.

  • Obtain study tips to help candidates stay on track to complete their CIA exam within their specific time-frame.
  • Work through practice exam questions.

Registration for this course includes Part 3 of The IIA’s CIA Learning System® (Version 6.0) self-study materials including printed book, e-book, access to online study tools for one year, and a Student Activity book.

Please be advised that we cannot guarantee timely delivery of the materials if registration occurs within one week or less from the start of the course. 

Learn more about the IIA’s CIA Learning System use the link below

To download or view the full course outline please CLICK HERE or copy and paste the link below: 


Course Duration:               2 days

CPE Hours Available:       16 hours

Knowledge Level:              Intermediate

Field of Study:                    Auditing

Prerequisites:                     Two years of internal audit experience or equivalent, Tools and Techniques I: New Internal Auditor

Advance Preparation:        None

Delivery Format:                Group Live



An analytical model is a mathematical equation that takes in data and produces a calculation such as a score, ranking, classification, or prediction. It is a very specific set of instructions for analyzing data to deliver a particular kind of result — behavior, decision, action, or cause — to support a business process.

Today's organizations have billions of dollars riding on the accuracy and performance integrity of analytical models. With model performance becoming a strategic enabler and a potential source of liability, organizations need to manage the risks associated with analytics.

To manage these risks effectively and move beyond simple financial model or spreadsheet auditing, organizations need a system of controls around analytic model development. These analytics controls provide checks and balances around model selection, validation, implementation, and maintenance.

Although many auditors may be unfamiliar with analytical models, machine learning, and AI, the fundamentals of internal auditing remain the same. As with all new technologies and processes that organizations have embraced, internal auditors have a responsibility to learn how analytic models can be useful in their work and adapt their methods to serve their stakeholders.

Our speaker is; 

Allan Sammy, M.Sc., CPA, CIA is the Director, Data Science and Audit Analytics at Canada Post. He works with Internal Audit clients across the corporation to provide assurance and advisory services relating to advanced analytics and data modeling and leads the development of big data capabilities and utilization as well as the coordination of IA department analytic initiatives. He has a Master’s degree in Predictive Analytics from Northwestern and over 20 years of experience in Risk Management, Investigations and Internal Audit. Prior to joining Canada Post he was Director, Fraud Risk Management at the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation and the Head of Internal Audit at the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA). He has published articles on Auditing Analytic Models (IA Magazine) and using Artificial Intelligence and Neural Network Models for Fraud Detection (Certified Fraud Examiners (CFE) magazine online).


10/8/2019 - 10/9/2019


Location:  Victoria, BC
Pricing:      Member: $1,045.00 / Non Member $1,100.00
If you are interested in planning an effective audit of various contracts within your organization, this course is for you. Participants will be exposed to the four legal requirements necessary to form a contract, then expand to advanced areas of contract law and auditing. This course is appropriate for auditors (staff level to CAE) and non-auditors who wish to know more about contract law and how to audit contracts.
The course was designed by one of the few licensed attorneys who is also a CIA and noted lecturer. The class will start with contract basics and expand into complex areas of contract provisions. This session includes an exciting mix of lecture, group discussion, breakout sessions, and complex problem solving.
To download or view the full course outline please CLICK HERE or copy and paste the link below:
Course Duration:                      2 days
CPE Hours Available:              16 hours
Knowledge Level:                     Intermediate
Field of Study:                          Specialized Knowledge
Prerequisites:                           Basic understanding of contracts and contracting process.
Advance Preparation:              None
Delivery Format:                      Group Live


10/22/2019 - 10/23/2019

LocationSouthern Alberta Institute of Technology, Calgary, Alberta

Pricing:    Member $ 1,045.00  / Non Member $1,100.00

Management focusing on initiatives and issues that impact upon the operating models of business activities and processes, such as environmental stewardship, operational excellence, supply chain optimization, offshoring, talent mobility, innovation, and cloud computing to name a few. Given these dynamics, internal audit is in a unique position to influence value enhancement efforts. This is achievable through Operational Auditing.

Participants will get to explore current and emerging business trends and issues across industry sectors. They will also discover that operational auditing plays an important role in today’s business environment well beyond the realm of money, compliance, and traditional internal controls, and into the realm of a trusted business partner influencing management’s pursuit of operational excellence.

They will also learn how to employ various methods, tools, and skills to collect and analyze operational information and data, identify causes of operational issues and risk exposures, and develop solutions to enhance the operational performance of business activities, processes, and/or resources deployed across the organization.

This highly interactive and dynamic program engages participants through group sharing, focused activities, and case study based simulations.

This course is most appropriate for:

Chief audit executives, audit directors, audit managers, audit team leads, with 2+ year’s practical auditing experience, and who are looking to integrate operational auditing into their service offering or enhance the value of operational auditing services provided to the organization.

Business managers responsible for ensuring effective use and management of corporate resources, who want to evaluate and improve the operational performance of business activities, processes, and / or resources deployed.


Course Objectives

  • Identify how the changing business environment has influenced past trends in operational auditing.
  • Examine key skill sets and knowledge essentials associated with a trusted advisor.
  • Review key aspects of the project planning process that promote the successful outcome of operational audit engagements.
  • Describe operations objectives and the drivers of associated risks, measures of risk events, design of operations-focused controls, and criteria to evaluate operational performance.
  • Discuss the application of business process improvement methods and tools during an operational audit.
  • Define the different types of benchmarking and measurement criteria.
  • Explain how benchmarking methodology can be used during an operational audit.
  • Discuss different reporting approaches and persuasive strategies to attain management’s buy-in to results and solutions.

To download or view the full course outline please CLICK HERE or copy and paste the below link:  


Course Duration:               2 Days

CPE Hours Available:       16 hours

Knowledge Level:              Intermediate

Field of Study:                    Auditing

Prerequisites: Completion of Tools & Techniques I: New Internal Auditor courseFundamentals of Internal Auditing course, or basic internal audit knowledge.

Advance Preparation:       None

Delivery Format:                Group Live

11/12/2019 - 11/15/2019
Location: Global Knowledge, 360 Albert St., Suite 720, Constitution Square Tower 1, Ottawa, Ontario

Pricing: Member $1,975.00 / Non Member $2,190.00

Learn the basics of auditing at the new internal auditor level. This course provides an overview of the life cycle of an audit from a new internal auditor’s perspective while examining the internal control environment and audit governance.

During this course, you will participate in interactive activities and real-life scenarios. Be prepared to walk away with best practices and key takeaways you can apply to your organization and its internal audit function.

This course is designed for internal auditors with 1–3 years’ experience who want to learn the concepts, tools, and techniques to enhance their effectiveness and grow within the profession.

Course Objectives
  • Identify the core elements of the International Professional Practices Framework (IPPF).
  • Describe the components of the audit model.
  • Identify the components of the COSO Internal Control Framework.
  • Identify the requirements of annual audit planning.
  • Compare the roles and responsibilities for governance including that of internal auditors.
  • Identify the components of interviews and how interviewing is used within an audit.
  • Describe best practices for conducting and documenting interviews.
  • Identify the common forms used during process documentation.
  • Identify risks and key controls during the risk assessment process.
  • Apply the methods for obtaining and presenting audit evidence.
  • Identify the best practices for selling audit results to stakeholders.
  • Demonstrate the steps necessary to wrap up the audit after the report is issued.
  • Conduct the follow-up and validation of resolutions to audit recommendations.
  • Recognize the formal quality assurance standards that the internal audit function is required to follow.
  • NOTE: Participants should have a basic knowledge of the auditing process, although it is not required.

To download or view the full course outline please CLICK HERE or copy and paste the link below.

Course Duration:         4 days

CPEs Available:            2 hours

Knowledge Level:        Basic

Field of Study:              Auditing

Prerequisites:               None

Advance Preparation: None

Delivery Method:          Group Live

11/18/2019 - 11/21/2019

Location:   Global Knowledge, 595 Bay St. Suite 302, Toronto, Ontario

Member:  $1,975.00 / Non Member: $2,180.00 
Successful auditors are effective communicators, clearly conveying thoughts, ideas, and suggestions during meetings, presentations, interviews, and negotiations with audit customers and executives. As you move through your career, it’s important to develop your own communication style, learn how to respond to the styles of others, get your message across clearly, maintain poise, and project your own professionalism.

During this course, auditors at all levels will learn the best practices for presentations, interviewing, negotiations, and practice techniques for mastering public speaking.

Through facilitator presentations, group discussions, case studies, practical exercises, and individual coaching and feedback, participants will learn to see themselves as others see them, in terms of style and the impressions they create, and increase their ability to reach negotiated agreements in a wide range of audit situations.

Course Objectives

  • Articulate how best practices in communication strengthen business results.
  • Identify the four ways breakdowns in communication can occur.
  • Develop an understanding of your own communication style.
  • Learn to identify the communication styles of others.
  • Develop a process to respond to the communication styles of others.
  • Identify tools and best practices to communicate clearly.
  • Learn best practices to manage the fear of public speaking.
  • Maintain poise and professionalism.
  • Identify the three stages of the interview process to obtain needed information.
  • Identify strategies to negotiate agreement.
  • Understand the dynamics of building a team and strengthening client relationships.
  • Develop the four dimensions of versatility to influence others.


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Course Duration:          4 days

CPE Hours Available:   32 hours

Knowledge Level:         Basic

Field of Study:              Communications and Marketing

Prerequisites:               None

Advance Preparation:  None 

Delivery Format:          Group Live