Focus and Features
In today's Internal Audit environment, irregularities and governance failures have had very significant impact on organization of every type and level. Thus, there is a need to assure stakeholders that organization are governed well as well as risks are assessed and managed and controls are working as intended.
However, communication breakdowns are key in most governance and control failure, and communication lines to and from internal auditing often are among those that fail. With this, Internal Audit should know what and how to report to the Audit Committee by delivering clear messages and not just information as well as developing and sustaining credibility and trust thru face-to-face communication.
What You Will Learn
The Power of the Person: Face-to-Face with the Audit Committee and its Chair
What the Audit Committee Wants and Needs
Reporting on the Audit Plan
Reporting on Internal Audits
Reporting on Investigations
Reporting on Issue Tracking
Reporting on Internal Audit Operations
Reporting That Educates and Contributes to Organizational Strategy
Primer on Formats
Checklist, Guide Questions, Tips
Who Should Attend?
Anybody who is involved with reporting to the Audit Committee of the Board of Directors. This includes Chief Audit Executives, Audit Directors and Audit Managers who regularly updates and reports significant and value-adding information to the Audit Committee will find the course useful.
Participants will learn interactively through a combination of lecture, live demonstrations, benchmarking and sharing of experiences.