How to Audit: Case Study Day 2
'How to Audit'
Over the 2.5 days of this course the participants will deal with practical case studies based around a single audit client. There will be emphasis on the practical situations that the student may encounter when on audit, such as obtaining information from clients, dealing with errors and documentation of audit work.
The audit work performed in each audit area will include substantive tests of detail and some of the most widely used substantive analytical procedures.
Areas covered on this course will include:
- Fixed assets
- Bank and cash
This course is designed to put theory into practice. It is ideal for anyone who has recently become involved or is about to become involved in the audit work and has at least 3 months in the profession. Knowledge of the principles of bookkeeping is assumed. The course is also suitable for any member of staff wishing to revise basic techniques and learn about current auditing methodologies.
This is day 2 of a 3 day course, Please click the links below to book days 1 and 3.
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