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Audit Report Writing - Seminar Overview
Audit Reports can significantly lose their effect if not written professionally. Writing an audit report is a fine art and, once perfected, can take on more importance than the audit itself. In this 8 hour course, attendees will learn, in depth, about each component of an audit report and how to set the correct tense and clarity to gain the most effectiveness.
- Overview of best practices in effective writing techniques, including effective word usage and what emotional words not to use.
- Best practices in formatting of audit reports, including depth and length.
- Learn how to write an executive summary that has impact and is read by executives.
Danny M. Goldberg leads the Professional Development Practice at Sunera. Prior to joining Sunera in January 2011, Danny founded SOFT GRC, an advisory services and professional development firm. Danny has over 15 years of audit experience, including five as a CAE/Audit Director at two diverse companies.
Prior to founding SOFT GRC, Danny was the Director of SOX Compliance and Corporate Audit at Dr Pepper Snapple Group, where he led the Year One SOX Compliance efforts. Prior to his tenure at Dr Pepper, Danny was the Chief Audit Executive at Tyler Technologies, a publicly traded technology company (Danny was hired to build the department from the ground up).
Danny has served on the audit committee of the Dallas Independent School District and was the Chairman of the North Texas Leadership Council of the American Lung Association in 2012. Danny is also the IIA Dallas Chapter Programs Committee Co-Chairman for the 2012-2013 year.
Danny is accredited as the professional commentator on the publication BNA Tax and Accounting Portfolio, Internal Auditing: Fundamental Principles (Accounting Policy and Practice Series), which is authored by renowned audit scholars Curtis C. Verschoor and Mort A. Dittenhofer – co-author of Sawyer’s Internal Auditing. He is currently writing a publication on Crucial Communications: Tools When the Stakes are High.