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Certificate in Audit Skills

Course Type: Part Time and Evening
Institute Name: Institute of Public Administration
Fee: on request
Duration: 12 days
Time: 9:30-5:00pm
Course Locations: South Dublin City

Course Details

The aim of the Certificate in Audit Skills (CAS) is to develop the skills and knowledge of public sector internal auditors in order to carry out effective audits and make a greater contribution to the governance of their organisations. The Certificate is an issues-based course focused on skills enhancement to meet the ever-changing needs of the auditor in delivering an added value and quality service. The programme examines in detail, and in a very practical manner, the key areas of the work of an internal auditor.

A key feature of this programme is that the students take part in a case study that has been designed to simulate the audit process and issues an internal auditor faces when carrying out an audit.

Audience

The course programme has been designed for internal auditors who have some basic knowledge and practical experience of internal audit. The course is not suitable for staff who are new to the function as it is recommended that such staff attend the Institute's Introduction to Internal Audit course and then consider undertaking the CAS when they have acquired experience of undertaking audits.

Delivery and Duration

This programme is delivered over four months with four x three day tutorials.  The next programme is scheduled as follows:

Module Dates 

Module One:18-20 October 2016
Module Two:15-17 November 2016
Module Three:12-15 December  2016
Module Four: 17-19 January 2017

Tutorials will take place at the Institute of Public Administration in Dublin.  Classes typically run from 9:30 to 5:00 on tutorial dates.

*Dates may be subject to change.

Content

The programme covers, in detail, the following topics:

Module One
Context of Internal Audit
Interpersonal Skills
Strategic Audit Management and Planning

Module Two
Audit Reporting
Information Systems Audit
Specific Audit Approaches

Module Three
Audit Approach and Techniques, Fieldwork and Evidence
Value for Money
Fraud

Module Four
Audit of European Union Funding
Internal Audit and Audit Committees
Case Study

Accreditation

The Certificate in Audit Skills is accredited by the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA).

Assessment

In order to be awarded the Certificate in Audit Skills each participant must demonstrate:

Satisfactory attendance record on the programme

Satisfactory completion of three prescribed course assignments

Satisfactory participation in the Case Study

Maintenance of a Portfolio of Evidence which demonstrates the application of learning in the workplace

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