How to Obtain and Document Sufficient, Appropriate Audit Evidence
» How to Obtain and Document Sufficient, Appropriate Audit Evidence
In this half-day of practical instruction, you’ll gather the essential skills needed to step confidently into your role as an auditor. Audit evidence is a collection of relevant and sufficient facts used to provide a reasonable basis for auditor’s findings and conclusions.
Many auditors step into their positions feeling apprehensive and ill-prepared about audit evidence. Why? Because there are many types of evidence and ways to collect it. And, it is a lot easier to collect evidence than to collect valid and reliable evidence.
This class will provide you with the most effective, efficient, and useful ways to:
What You Will Learn:
The types of evidence that can be obtained by the auditor
How to meet and exceed the “sufficient, competent, relevant and useful” evidence professional standards requirements
How evidence is obtained through various testing techniques
How to make documentation meaningful and minimal
Who Should Attend:
Auditors who want to improve in their evidence collection and documentation
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