Report Writing Techniques for Audit Professionals
  • CODE : JONN-0018
  • Duration : 90 Minutes
  • Level : Beginner
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Mr. Keith has over 40 years of audit experience and served as the Chief Audit Executive for the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) for 11 years before his retirement in 2012. His other audit experience includes serving as Operational Audit Manager for five years and was a Senior Auditor in the Contract Compliance Audit Branch at MARTA. He was also a Senior Auditor at Norfolk Southern Railway (formerly Southern Railway), and a Bank Examiner at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta.

He was a volunteer seminar instructor for the Institute of Internal Auditors. Some of the courses taught include:

  • Writing Effective Audit Reports
  • Tools and Techniques for the Beginning Auditor
  • Communication Skills for Auditors
  • Leadership Skills for the Auditor-In-Charge
  • Audit Project Management
  • CIA Review Course

He currently teaches audit webinars, including:

  • Writing Effective Audit Observations
  • Putting the Quality in Audit Reports
  • What it Takes to be the Auditor-In-Charge
  • Risk-Based Operational Audit
  • Assessing Risk and Evaluating Controls

He has a degree in Economics from Clark Atlanta University. His certifications include Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), Certified Government Auditing Professional (CGAP), and Certified Internal Control Auditor (CICA).

Overview

The information provided in the audit report needs to inform your audit client and sometimes persuade them on your recommendations.  The key to writing a focused report is knowing your readers and how they plan to use the report.  And because the report is usually read by various people at various levels of the organization, the report must be structured to the understanding of all the readers. There are also certain requirements by the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) that must be included in every audit report.  

Learning Objectives


This webinar will cover:

·         The key IIA Standards for writing audit reports

·         The three IIA requirements for each audit report

·         Various audit report types including assurance, consulting, interim, executive summary, and fraud

·         Key principles for writing audit reports

·         Examples of audit report components for assurance audit reports

Who Will Benefit

·         Audit Directors

·         Audit Supervisors

·         Audit Managers

·         Staff Auditors

·         Government Auditors

·         Compliance Auditors

·         Internal Control Specialists

·         Public Accountants

·         Accounting Analysts

·         Business Analysts

·         Quality Control Specialists


Course Level - Basic


Why Should You Attend

The audit report represents the result of weeks of reviews, analyses, interviews, and discussions.  It is used to provide important information to management on the area you reviewed.  How well your report communicates that information is critical to getting management’s acceptance of your findings and their agreement with your recommendations.  And ultimately, this demonstrates the value you add to the organization and enhances your chances for future promotions and greater salary increases.





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