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Risk Based Internal Auditing for Haulage, Shipping and Airline Industries

By: TSI Limited

Lagos State, Nigeria

14 - 16 May, 2018  3 days

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NGN 195,000

This intensive 3-day training in Risk Based Internal Auditing covers the main audit functions and the process of implementing an enterprise risk management approach (ERM) when conducting internal audits especially in a manufacturing outfit..
The training program covers in great detail all steps involved in planning, developing and implementing a risk-based approach for Haulage, Shipping and Airline companies
 
Learning Objectives

  • At the end of the 3 days sessions, participants would be able to:
  • discuss Enterprise-Risk Management effectively to gain management approval of its adoption 
  • establish a framework for its implementation;
  • Develop a plan on how to implement risk based internal auditing;
  • Apply a Risk-based approach to internal auditing;

Course Outline

  • Why risk-based internal auditing?
  • Risk-based internal auditing defined
  • The paradigm shift in internal auditing: why it is happening and why it is necessary
  • How risk-based auditing differs from current approaches
  • The advantages of risk-based auditing to you and your organization
  • Enterprise Risk Management
  • Objectively driving the Enterprise Risk Management environment
  • Equating risk management and corporate governance
  • The primary subsets of enterprise risk management
  • Strategically cascading risk ownership
  • The impact of ERM on the internal audit group
  • Fundamental issues of how risk will be assessed
  • Risk registers
  • Key attributes of a risk-based audit function
  • Understanding the meaning of ‘true business risk’ and its impact on the audit function
  • Ability to identify key types of business risk
  • Understanding how business risk should drive the audit function
  • Acknowledging the interrelationship between business risk and control failure
  • Making risk a top priority
  • Defining the skill sets and competencies required under a risk-based audit
  • Strategies for educating your auditors in risk-based approaches
  • Focusing on deliverables as the audit product
  • Transitioning existing audit styles and defining new ones
  • Identifying reporting relationships
  • Redefining the audit process for a risk-based function
  • Creating a plan for implementing risk-based auditing in the organization
  • Targeting the engagement on key risk areas for focused, high-impact, resource maximization
  • Employing risk-centric fieldwork tools and techniques
Digital Age Hall, Ground Floor of Capital Building, 332 Ikorodu Road, Idiroko Bus- Stop, Maryland, Near LASU, Anthony Campus, Lagos May 14 - 16 May, 2018
NGN 195,000.00
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