CIASP Risk Based Internal Auditing for Local Government Units


By LCP Secretariat
August 24, 2018


COURSE DETAILS
Schedule: October 1 – 4, 2018
Duration: 4 Days
Knowledge Level: Basic
Competency: Internal Audit Delivery; International Professional Practices Framework
Delivery Format: Seminar and workshops on-site.

COURSE DESCRIPTION
This program will share with the internal auditors the principles, practices and techniques of conducting a risk-based internal audit as applied to local government units (LGUs). This introductory course is appropriate for:
• New internal auditors;
• Heads of internal audit offices or services (IAO/IAS) who are expected to improve the internal audit function in the LGU;
• Accountants or supervising administrative officers who are tasked to establish an internal audit office or designated in an acting capacity (OIC) for internal auditfunctions;
• Experienced internal auditors who desire to have a refresher course or those who seek to benchmark practices with other LGUs; and
• Other key personnel (such as executive assistants, administrators and consultants to the LCE) who would like to know more about the risk-based internal auditing process.


COURSE OBJECTIVES
At the end of the seminar/workshop, the participants will be able to:
• Understand the role of internal auditing under a governance, risk management and control framework;
• Explain the risk-based audit process and the key elements, procedures and tools;
• Identify key issues, assess risks and vulnerabilities, and recommend areas for improvement;
• Contribute to strengthening internal controls and internal audit as expected or required by certain programs such as CMGP; and
• Apply the tools and lessons learned to improve work performance and deliver added value to the Local Chief Executive, management, local council and boards, and stakeholders

 

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