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 Top Internal Audit courses offered in NYC

12/15/2015 8:00 AM
12/18/2015 5:00 PM
NYC |  

Developed and facilitated by seasoned internal audit professionals, IIA Seminars courses will provide you with the skills you need to drive results:

When: December 15–18, 2015

Where: MicroTek Training Facility

Register by October 30 and Save!


For more information and registration on the courses offered, click on course name below. To register, look for the New York City listing on the right side of the Course Description page and click on Register.

Beginning Auditor Tools and Techniques


A must for all entry-level internal auditors!


Learn preliminary surveying and evidence-gathering techniques to conduct a successful audit.

Auditor-in-charge Tools and Techniques


Recently promoted auditors-in-charge, those assuming the role, or seeking a refresher, will benefit from this informative session covering organizational, time management, and problem solving skills necessary to manage a successful team.

Assessing Risk: Ensuring Internal Audit Value


Take a deep dive into the fundamentals of risk assessment, and elements such as audit universe, risk appetite, and fraud, and the challenges of implementation.

Financial Auditing for Internal Auditors


For internal auditors who want to understand and expand their role related to financial reporting, as well those who simply need a “refresher” course on financial accounting concepts.

Project Management Techniques


Audit leaders will assess the value of applying project management tools and techniques within their own audit engagement management processes. 

Audit Report Writing


Focuses on the organization and structure of audit reports, and includes case study activities for practicing the basics of audit report writing.

Communications Skills for Auditors


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

Building a Sustainable Quality Program


Learn how to build and maintain an effective quality assurance and improvement program (QAIP), leading to a successful external assessment.

Control Self-assessment: An Introduction


Understand different formats of facilitated and survey-based self- assessments, discuss the use of CSA in Enterprise Risk Management (ERM), regulatory financial reporting requirements, fraud and ethics programs, and operational auditing.

Control Self-assessment: Facilitation Skills


Understand the important role workshops play in the CSA process, grasp the power of the group decision process, and learn how to evaluate, review, and report results.

Performing an Effective Quality Assessment


To ensure consistent quality in today’s dynamic environment, an ongoing commitment to growth and improvement is essential. Participants should take Building a Sustainable Quality Program or have equivalent experience as a prerequisite to this course.