RBIA 3-Day Course Outline – 24 CPE

RBIA 3-Day Seminar Agenda

» RBIA 3-Day Course Outline – 24 CPE

Day One:

Risk roles of governance, management, and performance
Identifying risk tolerance
Knowing audit customers and what they value
Defining the management control structure
Knowing when you have to get into the weeds (audit the details)
Putting concepts into play with case studies

Day Two:

Increasing internal audit’s value to the organization
Utilizing subject matter experts (SME’s) to maximize resources and audit results
Eliminating steps that do not add value to the audit process
Role of audit executives and SME’s
Involving the audit customer in creating success measures for internal audit
Putting concepts into play with case studies

Day Three:

Utilizing the Risk-Based Integrated AuditingTM framework to
• identify the audit customer(s)
• determine why the customer cares about the assessment
• determine how well management is owning the risks in their areas
• minimize audit completion time with greater population coverage
• assure (ensure?) you have done sufficient testing
• make recommendations that have long term impact
• write a one-page audit report that gets results
Solidifying the concepts for the day by walking through real-life examples provided seminar participants to see how they would be completed utilizing RBIA.

A few comments from recent 2015 Seminars

Adding value to the organization (was most valuable to me) because it was very useful and insightful on how to make a bigger impact with the organization. Great content and speaker. Would highly recommend . Very engaging and useful course.
Allen Hou, IT Auditor, Denver International Airport

This class was very effective in present the risk based methodology. We apply RBIA (at UCH) but going through this training and the case studies helped me understand how we can continue to improve our process to provide even more value to our customers.
Beth Ulrich, Director- Internal Audit Services, University of Colorado Health

I did not expect to get much from this course. I was very wrong. Great content and very well presented.
James Suckow, Sr. IT Auditor, DISH Network

I think (audit value) is a new and great approach to adopt in order to show the value of having and internal audit division as part of an organization. Even though the training is provided by one person, it is active and it kept my attention. The instructor provides interesting examples from her own experienced which make the training really fun.
Paola Vera, Internal Audit, NextEra Energy