April 2013 Training Event: Increasing Auditor Effectiveness in Recognizing & Detecting Fraud
April 2013 Seminar
Courtenay M. Thompson, Jr., Courtenay Thompson & Associates, Presents
Increasing Auditor Effectiveness in Recognizing & Detecting Fraud
Internal auditors and public accountants are under fire. Some doubt their ability or willingness to detect fraud. There seems to be an increasing expectation that internal auditors detect fraud in routine audits. Yet most auditors get very little fraud training. Standards for auditors, including those issued by the IIA, AICPA, and government, call for auditors to be knowledgeable about fraud exposures and symptoms of fraud in areas audited. This one-day course provides specific approaches and steps to help auditors in recognizing and detecting fraud. It is a "how to" course which presents suggestions for detection and for creating an environment that promotes discovery of fraud.
Date: Tuesday, April 9
Time: 8:00AM – 4:30PM
Place: Lexmark International, 740 W. New Circle Rd, Lexington, KY (Use the Main Lobby entrance)
CPE: 8 Credit Hours
Cost: $160 Members; $210 Non-Members (Includes continental breakfast, lunch, and afternoon coffee)
** Register and pay in full by March 22 and you will be entered in a drawing to win a new iPad-mini
Seminar Flyer: April 2013 CKIIA Seminar Flyer.pdf
1) Send RSVP to Alexandra Seyberth (by Tuesday, April 2)
2) Submit payment
Registration and Cancellation Policy:
To cover meeting costs including meals, the CKIIA Board has approved a two business day cancellation policy for meetings. For example, for a Tuesday meeting starting at 11:30 AM, the cancellation must be received by 11:30 AM the Friday prior to the meeting. If the cancellation is not received by that date, the registrant is responsible for and will be billed for the meeting fee unless another individual from the registrant's organization attends in the registrant's place.