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Understanding and Creating an Internal Control Structure (4173212B)
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6/2/2017
When: Friday, June 2nd, 2017
9:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Where: Webinar/Webcast
United States
Presenter: Karl Egnatoff, CPA
Contact: April Deneault
801-466-8022


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Description

Successful organizations—large and small—must understand the importance of effective internal controls and be able to develop a system of control measures that keep the entity on course. Moreover, those who design policies and procedures benefit by knowing why these measures are necessary. Explore internal control concepts and know the importance of strong internal control policies. Course materials highlight some of the reasons that measures are needed and receive an overview of control creation methods. Gain a well-rounded understanding of internal control procedures of all types.

Note: All case studies associated with this session are available for download for a period of 30 days after the session is taught.

Formerly titled: Understanding, Creating, Implementing, and Maintaining an Internal Control Structure

Materials are provided as an ebook.

Level

Intermediate

Major Subjects

  • Underlying concepts of internal control.
  • Defining where and why controls, policies and procedures are needed.
  • Legacy control measures that are still important for businesses today.
  • Creating control measures that address the use and protection of technology.

Objectives

  • Recognize key internal control concepts, including the four types of internal control: preventive, detective, deterrent and compensating.
  • Explain how they would create strong internal controls.
  • List reasons that control measures are required such as to deter fraud or reduce operational inefficiencies.
  • Explain the importance of the control environment in all aspects the internal control system.
  • List three segments of an organizations technology infrastructure that must be controlled.

Designed For

Accounting and other business professionals who would like to have an understanding of internal controls for business entities.

Curriculums

Fraud,Auditing,Accounting and Financial Statements,Financial Leadership Forum,Business and Industry

NASB Credit Category

Accounting

Number of Credit

8

Prerequisite

An understanding of internal control basics.

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