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Risk School - OAR201
In this course students will learn the key concepts of a risk-based audit methodology. We will cover risk assessment, how to identify key risk areas, how to define risk in business terms and conducting a detailed risk analysis. This course also includes risk drills to practice ways to implement a detailed risk analysis at the engagement level and transition the department to a risk-based function.
Who Should Attend
Internal and External Auditors; Risk Management Specialists; and those charged with corporate governance responsibilities
What You’ll Learn
You will learn the key concepts of risk-based internal auditing, risk assessment and management. Also, how to apply the concepts learned to help your key stakeholders on essential risk concepts and techniques.
- Traditional Approaches to Risk Assessment
- Information Sources Required to Truly Determine Risk
- Maximizing the Audit With Sound Data and Informed Judgment
- A Business Risk Approach to Value-Added Audit Programs
- A Multi-level Approach to Focus the Audit on Risk
- Risk Assessment in the Major Types of Audits
- Maximizing Our Value: Talking Business Not Audit
- Audit Pronouncements and Publications t
- Establishing What Risk-Based Auditing Is
- Risk Basics That Need To Be Understood
- Establishing a Framework for Risk Analysis
- Aligning Key Business Risks with the Audit Universe
- Audit Plan Creation
- Driving the Audit Risk Assessment Objectively
- Identifying Key Risk Areas of Primary Concern
- Building an Inventory of Key Risk Metrics
- Engagement Level Risk Assessment
- ERM the New Risk Frontier
- Reengineering the Audit Process to Make It Truly Risk-Based
- Maximizing on Risk: Internal Audit Opportunity
- The Audit Spectrum
- Marketing Risk-Based Auditing
Why You Should Attend
You should attend because risk dynamics are more complex than ever, and our organizations need our expert support to better identify, assess and manage current and future risks more effectively.
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