April IIA Seminars / CPE Days
Topic/Date: Auditor In-Charge Training – April 10, 2014
Writing to Achieve Results – April 11, 2014
Time: 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Presenter: Bill Woodington, Woodington Training Solutions
Location: Maggiano’s Little Italy
7875 Montgomery Rd
Cincinnati, OH 45236
Cost/CPE: One Day of Training (8 CPE Hours)
$150 for Members
$175 for Non-Members
Both Days of Training (16 CPE Hours)
$250 for Members
$300 for Non-Members
Bonus: Receive a free $10 Maggiano’s gift card for each day of training!
Continental Breakfast, Mid-Morning Refreshments, Family Style Lunch and Afternoon Break Snacks will be provided. Please note any dietary restrictions or special requests in the registration e-mail.
Please RSVP by 12:00 noon on Thursday, April 3, 2014 with the Programs Committee using the "Register Me" link below.
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Auditor In-Charge Training Description:
This class is for individuals who need training related to auditor in-charge (AIC) skills. Audit topics and behavioral topics are presented in the class. The class topics include risk, internal audit overview, business analysis, risk assessment, and assertiveness. What you will gain for this seminar:
Gain an understanding of risk and audit’s role in risk assessment
Identify the key components and related deliverables of each phase in the audit process
Gain an understanding of the purpose of business analysis
Learn how to define and identify business processes
Learn how to define audit scope
Gain an understanding of the purpose of risk assessment
Practice identifying and assessing risks and controls
Practice key assertiveness techniques in dealing with conflict and criticism
Who should attend:
Writing to Achieve Results Training Description:
This class is for all individuals who desire to improve their business writing skills. The class topics include the building blocks of writing to achieve results, determining audience and purpose, mindmapping, transparent structure, cutting the clutter, making sentences make sense, active/passive voice, evaluating writing examples, agreement with antecedents, subject/verb agreement, parallel construction, editing, proofreading, and email.
Discover the building blocks of writing to achieve results
Use the building blocks to evaluate all forms of writing
Practice using the mindmapping tool for organizing your thoughts
Practice using transparent structure
Practice cutting the clutter and editing run-on sentences
Learn the difference between writing in active vs. passive voice
Learn basic grammar rules
Learn the basic components of editing and proofreading
Learn how to avoid the mistakes of using email
Who should attend:
Bill Woodington, Woodington Training Solutions, spent 18 years managing the Learning & Development (L&D) function for Wells Fargo Audit & Security, and is based in Minneapolis. He is a CPA and CIA with a bachelor’s degree in Accounting and a master’s degree in Finance. He is also a member of the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) and American Society for Training & Development (ASTD). He spent four years as an Audit Specialist supervising audit projects prior to moving into the L&D position. Prior to that, he worked for First Bank System and Deloitte and Touche.
Bill was responsible for teaching the core curriculum classes (New Hire Orientation, Auditor In-Charge Training, CIA Exam Review, Effective Writing, Situational Leadership, and Leadership 101) to Wells Fargo’s Audit staff. He was also responsible for developing and delivering virtual training related to audit topics, and managing Audit & Security University at Wells Fargo. Bill has taught seminars outside of Wells Fargo for the IIA and MIS Training Institute (MISTI). He is a certified IIA and Ken Blanchard Companies instructor.
Note: For cancellations, attendees must provide written notice (firstname.lastname@example.org) at least one week prior to the event to receive a refund.