Live virtual | Auditing specialist topics
At some time or another internal auditors will be asked to review most - if not all - of these areas of the business. Our live virtual courses will examine the features of each function and provide you with the knowledge and tools you need to perform an effective review.
Learn about the risks that result from your organisation engaging in contracts, procurement or outsourcing.
Learn how to provide effective, professional insight and internal audit assurance on corporate governance.
Internal auditors are expected to provide assurance over their organisation's fraud risk management and control infrastructure. Learn how to address fraud risk management and provide assurance in this key area.
People are regularly described as an organisation's greatest asset and they can also be the source of significant risk. Understand the role and importance of a modern HR function and how it should support the achievement of organisational objectives.
Success or failure of a project can have a significant impact on an organisation's success. This course is an introduction to the subject of projects and project risk.
Unlock auditing fundamentals to effectively review treasury activity and risks.
This course will help you better understand cybercrime and the IT controls that must be in place to help protect your organisation.
New technology poses risks. Learn how to review your organisation's data security safeguards and tips on protecting against data loss.
An up-date on the “Auditing culture” course, examining which cultural changes are most likely to be damaging to risk culture and what to do about it.
Learn how to confidently perform a review of the impact of technology on your organisation.
Designed to lift your understanding of IT audit to the next level. This course will focus on what is 'doable' by any auditor approaching the field of IT audit.
Learn how to provide assurance that the risks associated with social media are being effectively addressed.
Find out how internal audit functions may have to adjust to a new reality.