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 OC Chapter - 2018 October Lunch Training

10/16/2018 11:30 AM
10/16/2018 1:10 PM
Equinox (1980 Main Street, Irvine) | California
The Orange County Chapter of the IIA Invites you to attend our October 2018 Lunch Meeting.
Registration is now Open, Click HERE to register today!
Tuesday, October 16, 2018
11:30 am – 1:10 pm (Registration opens at 11:00 am)
CPE Credit: 2 hours
Equinox (formerly Sports Club LA): 1980 Main Street, Irvine CA 92614 / Complimentary Parking
Lunch to be provided; Questions relating to specific dietary restrictions can be directed to​
Training Topic:
Investigations: Keeping it Simple
Attendees will learn how to leverage audit resources for conducting investigations. “Keeping It Simple” breaks down conducting investigations into five simple steps that allow for timely completion of work while maintaining audit department integrity and independence. This presentation will also review the various industry standards that apply to audits and investigations and how audit departments rely on those standards to ensure consistency and accuracy of work. Participants will also review real-life case studies of actual investigations and how the 5 simple steps were used to complete the work. In addition, participants will have an opportunity to share their own tips and tricks for conducting investigations, complying with industry standards, and how these practices were used in conducting investigations. 
CPE credit(s): 2

Rachel Snell - Internal Audit Director for Coast Community College District
Rachel has worked in both private and public industries.  Starting in internal investigations in the retail industry, and moving into skip trace collections in banking, Rachel transitioned into the public sector performing operational work for a US Congressman before working for City government in such areas as community outreach, emergency management, and law enforcement.  Her diverse experience makes her a perfect fit for the audit industry.  Having worked in audit for the State of Texas and the City of Austin, she gained additional subject matter expertise in purchasing, contracts, health care, hotel occupancy tax, social services, and information technology.  Rachel is active in several professional organizations, serves as a speaker at many events, and has published articles in audit-related publications. 
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