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​Member Benefits for Training and Events

The IIA offers numerous benefits for members:
  • Members-only rates on conferences, seminars, and executive development through Vision University can save you hundreds of dollars.
  • Exclusive monthly Members-only Webinars are part of your core membership benefits and provide you with CPE units without ever leaving your desk or paying additional fees.
  • Members-only rates for other specialty webinars and self-study courses provide easy access to advance your knowledge from the convenience of your own desktop.
 

 IIA Webinars

 
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Details >>> SOLD OUT! October Seminar with Danny Goldberg

RSVP by October 13 at 5:00pm

 

The Chapter typically four 8-hour CPE seminars a year. Save these dates:

Thursday, October 24, 2019
Wednesday, December 4, 2019
Thursday, February 6, 2020
Thursday, April 16, 2020
 

Details are here >>> Seminar Series Details

 
 
 

 Chapter Events

 
10/24/2019

Auditing Organizational Culture

The IIA has highlighted assessing/auditing organizational culture as a key area that should be
addressed in 2019 and future years. The long list of recent corporate scandals reinforces the need
for executives to keep an eye on organizational culture. At its finest, culture helps an organization
retain great employees and motivates them to do their best and most productive work. This seminar
will take attendees through assessing corporate culture and the pitfalls in assessing a subjective
area.


Learning Objectives

  •  Attendees will learn and understand what organizational culture is
  •  Attendees will understand the challenges in assessing a subjective area and how to address this subjectivity
  •  Attendees will discover how organizational culture can significantly impact many areas in an organization, including internal audit

Practical Ethics


CPA’s and internal auditors face with complex decisions on a daily basis without realizing many of them are
actually ethical dilemmas. Although values and ethical issues pervade all social studies, this course provides
attendees with an opportunity to study these issues in greater depth. This course will provide attendees with a
basic understanding of their ethical obligations as auditors, as well as a framework for analyzing and managing
complex ethical dilemmas that may arise in practice and in life in general. This is a facilitated course with
numerous group discussions and case studies where attendees can put into practice what is learned from the
course.

Learning Objectives

  •  Understand the basic definition of ethics, how to apply it and the difference between ethics and morals
  •  Learn more about the ethical dilemmas we face in the workplace and how to handle them
  •  Learn about four methods to resolve ethical dilemmas

Speaker Danny Goldberg has over 21 years of professional experience, including five years leading and building internal audit functions.  He is recognized as a top speaker and is an active member of the IIA.


12/4/2019
  • Hear from a former federal inmate and keynote speaker on unethical behaviors and fraud that exists today in the “business as usual” corporate culture.
  • Explore fraud case studies, vital methods for conducting fraud interviews, and the power of technology to find fraud schemes.
  • Discover how factors, beyond users’ control, impact their privacy in open sources including social media, online breaches, and issues involving the dark web.
  • Tips for attendees to reduce their online presence and mitigate the potential for threat.

 


2/6/2020

RPA is the buzzword of the year.  If you plan to be on the implementation side, a future auditor of RPA, or just want to learn more about this emerging technology - this is the session for you!

•Discuss the cost benefits of RPA and how to implement

•Learn about the controls that are needed when developing

•Consider the risks of auditing RPA and where to start

•How to audit RPA and the red flags you should be aware of

 


4/16/2020

Total Quality Auditing – TQA – is based on research and is a simple concept that starts with one idea: Internal Audit functions should complement their traditional, required activities with an active role in the organization culture itself.  It is all about being a proactive audit function, not a reactive one.

  • Learn the six TQA points of focus for Internal Audit excellence: Ethics, Standards, Feedback, Lean, Balance, and Leadership
  • Learn how to achieve traditional Internal Audit objectives and improve effectiveness of organizations
  • “Total Quality Auditing: How a Total Quality Mindset Can Help Internal Audit Add Real Value” book included for attendees

***Includes 2 hour Ethics for IIA requirement***

 


 

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