14 to 15 March 2016 l Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
This workshop provides a practical look at integrated audit, how it relates to risk and affects organizations, and how it can be incorporated into internal audit planning to often provide a more effective audit outcome. Decisions on risk evaluation require an increased focus by auditors to broaden their perspectives and think outside the box. The purpose of this workshop is to increase the internal auditor’s awareness of integrated auditing and provide guidance on how to approach an integrated audit.
Benefits of the event
- MASTER the skills and specialised knowledge needed to conduct an integrated audit
- UNDERSTAND advantages of an integrated audit approach and situations when a non-integrated audit approach may be more effective
- DISCOVER how to apply integrated auditing in small audit activities
- ATTAIN thorough knowledge of conducting an integrated audit
About the Facilitator
Delegates will be facilitated by a Stephen Coateswith 20 years of experience in the audit, finance, and accounts industry. He is a Professional Fellow, Institute of Internal Auditors – Australia (PFIIA) and a Member, Information Systems Audit & Control Association. Partial list of his client includes Australian Taxation Office, Education Queensland, Australia Commonwealth Government of Human Services Department, Brisbane Catholic Education, Palerang Council, and St Ursula’s College etc.
For details of the event such as the full agenda, do email the following with subject "IAKL"