Audit Skills Training: Level 3 – Experienced Staff- Consecutive 2-Day Course (3AUD)
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Level 3 focuses on transitioning staff auditors to performing more complex audit procedures, and assuming more responsibilities related to handling financial reporting issues. This course builds on the technical experiences of auditors to introduce them to the tips and techniques necessary to assume responsibility on larger engagements with increased audit risk, including considering audit report modifications. NOTE: Participants must sign up for both consecutive days. Please check the regist

8/25/2017
When: Friday , 25 August , 2017
7:00:00 AM - 3:00:00 PM
Where: Webcast
SURGENT
3AUD-2017-01-WEBNR-237-01
United States
Presenter: Jen Louis, CPA
Contact: April Deneault
801-466-8022


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Description

Level 3 focuses on transitioning staff auditors to performing more complex audit procedures, and assuming more responsibilities related to handling financial reporting issues. This course builds on the technical experiences of auditors to introduce them to the tips and techniques necessary to assume responsibility on larger engagements with increased audit risk, including considering audit report modifications. NOTE: Participants must sign up for both consecutive days. Please check the registration calendar to find both complementary dates, which will run in consecutive order.

Major Topics

 

Each module includes a lecture followed by in-class group case studies and activities. In this two-day course, the following two-hour modules will be presented:
  • Day 1:
    • Code of conduct: Independence considerations when performing attest services
    • Fraud risk considerations: Assessing fraud risk in a financial statement audit
    • Risk-based audit concepts: Identifying and evaluating audit risk
    • Internal controls: Internal control testing for operating effectiveness
         
  • Day 2:
    • Cash and investments: Auditing common investments
    • A/R and revenue: Auditing revenue recognition
    • Analytical procedures: Substantive analytic procedures
    • Financial statement reporting: Financial reporting complex issues
         

Learning Objectives
  • Explain how to properly safeguard independence when performing both attest and nonattest services
  • Describe how to alter the nature, timing, and extent of audit procedures to be commensurate with assessed risk of material misstatement, including fraud risk
  • Discuss how a proper evaluation of the design and operating effectiveness of internal control could impact assessed risk of material misstatement
  • Explain significant risks such as revenue recognition and fair value of investments
  • Draft complex footnotes and properly modify auditor reports for emphasis-of-matters
  • Be familiar with the results of the numerous case studies, exercises, and illustrations that reinforce key learning points throughout the course


Design for
Experienced staff with 1-2 busy seasons of experience

CPE Credit: 8 hours

Cost $219