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Internal Auditing - Chapter Summary
In this chapterm our instructors will explain internal auditing including standards, practices and procedures. Employees will learn the following:
- Definition and standards of internal auditing
- Function of an internal auditor
- Using internal auditing software
Engaging video lessons will clearly explain these concepts to employees. Plus, with our self-assessment quizzes at the end of each lesson your employees can easily track their progress.
How It Helps
- Improves understanding: Our lessons will help your employees better understand the purpose and functions of internal auditing.
- Auditing software efficiency: By better understanding the processes behind internal auditing, employees can better understand how to better use internal auditing software.
- Adherence to standards: Your employees will better understand internal auditing standards, which will help with complying with those standards.
By the end of the chapter your employees will be able to:
- Know internal auditing standards and procedures
- Use internal auditing software
- Understand function and purpose of an internal auditor
1. Internal Auditing: Definition & Standards
If you work in 'corporate America,' you may have heard the infamous phrase, 'We're here from internal audit and we're here to help.' Even if you haven't, in this lesson we'll discuss what an internal audit is and the standards auditors must follow.
2. What is an Internal Auditor?
Companies want to reduce as much risk as possible. This lesson will discuss the role of an internal auditor and identify various areas they may work in a company.
3. Internal Auditing Software & Procedures
Internal audit departments are responsible for making sure policies are followed, as well as conducting consulting-like projects. Software packages are available that help their departments and projects run effectively and accomplish their objectives.
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