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"We train you to become professional auditors - Not just to pass exams"
This course is the 1st of 2 courses covering Part 3 of the Certified Internal Auditor course, specifically Finance & IT.
BHBi offers training through a supported distance online delivery system, and also through a face to face classroom approach. These delivery methods, combined with the professionalism of our highly experienced tutors, have proven to be the most effective on the UK market with BHBi students achieving the highest Pass Rates in the UK's IIA Diploma and IIA Advanced Diploma exams.
"Training with BHBI's highly experienced tuition team - with an industry leading track record in achieving examination success"
Candidates enrolling on BHBi's tuition delivery program will be assigned a dedicated tutor, will receive access to BHBi's online training system with lots of video content, and in the case of face to face classroom training will attend workshops at our training venues with high quality experienced professionals where refreshments and lunch will be provided. BHBi will prepare you for undertaking the 3 Parts of the CIA exams.
This course will prepare you for the following sections of Part 3 of the Certified Internal Audit Qualifications:
11. Information Security
111. Information Technology
IV. Financial Management
Please see the Part 3 syllabus below for a detailed breakdown of the areas covered.
Here is a breakdown of:
The new CIA exam Part 3 topics tested include governance and business ethics; risk management; organisational structure, including business processes and risks; communication; management and leadership principles; information technology and business continuity; financial management; and the global business environment. Note: All items in this section of the syllabus will be tested at the Awareness knowledge level unless otherwise indicated below.
Note, all items in this section of the syllabus will be tested at the:
Proficiency Knowledge Level
Or Basic Level
1. Organisational Objectives, Behaviour and Performance
A. The Strategic Planning Process and Key Activities
B. Common Performance Measures
C. Organisational Behaviour and Performance Management Techniques
D. Management Effectiveness in Leadership Skills
2 Organisational Structure and Business Processes
A. The Risk and Control Implications of Different Organisational Structures
B. The Risk and Control Implications of Common Business Processes
C. Project Management
D. Forms and Elements of Contracts
3. Data Analytics
A. The Value of Using Data Analytics in Internal Auditing
B. The Data Analytics Process
C. Data Analytics Methods
A. Risk Management Techniques
B. Organisational Use of Risk Frameworks
A. Risk/Control Implications of Different Organisational Structures
B. Structure (e.g., centralized/decentralized)
C. Typical Schemes in Various Business Cycles (e.g., procurement, sales, knowledge, supply-chain management)
D Business Process Analysis (e.g., workflow analysis and bottleneck management, theory of constraints)
E. Inventory Management Techniques and Concepts
F. Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT)/Electronic Data Interchange (EDI)/E-commerce
G. Business Development Life Cycles
H. The International Organisation for Standardization (ISO) Framework
I. Outsourcing Business Processes
A. Communication (e.g., the process, organisational dynamics, impact of computerization)
B. Stakeholder Relationships
A. Strategic Management
B. Organisational Behaviour
C. Management Skills/Leadership Styles
D. Conflict Management
E. Project Management / Change Management
A. Systems Security and IT General Control
B. User Authentication and Authorisation Controls
C. The Purpose and Use of Various Information Security Controls
D. Data Privacy Laws
E. Emerging Technology Practices
F. Existing and Emerging Cybersecurity Risks
G. Policies Related to Cybersecurity and Information Security
1. Application and System Software
A. Core Activities in the Systems Development Life Cycle
B. Internet and Database Terms
C. Characteristics of Software Systems
2. IT Infrastructure and IT Control Frameworks
A. IT Infrastructure and Network Concepts
B. Operational Roles of the Functional Areas of IT
C. The Purpose and Applications of IT Controls and IT Control Frameworks
3. Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity
A. Disaster recovery Planning Concepts
B. The Purpose of Systems and Data Back Up
C. The Purpose of Systems and Data Recovery Procedures
1. Financial Accounting and Finance
A. Concepts and Principles of Financial Accounting
B. Advanced and Emerging Financial Accounting Concepts
C. Financial Analysis (Ratio Analysis)
D. Revenue Cycle, Current Asset Management Activities and Accounting. and Supply Chain Management
E. Capital Budgeting, Capital Structure, Taxation, and Transfer Pricing
2. Managerial Accounting
A. General Concepts in Managerial Accounting
B. Costing Systems
C. Costs and Their Use in Decision Making
|18/02/2019 to 21/02/2019||February||Cardiff||£935|
|09/07/2019 to 12/07/2019||July||Cardiff||£965|
|17/09/2019 to 20/09/2019||September||Cardiff||£965|
|18/11/2019 to 21/11/2019||November||Cardiff||£965|
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