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This one day course provides a highly useful and practical introduction to RBIA, examines the Position Statements of the IIA, and then looks at the practical application. This is a great course for involving whole teams where a changing approach is required to auditing.
Introduction and objectives
- Setting course objectives and expectations
- Discuss the relationship between corporate objectives, risk, controls, assurance, and audit
- Overview of the Risk Management process
What is RBIA?
- Examining the IIA Position Statements on RBIA
- 3-stage approach to RBIA
What is “Risk Maturity”?
- Examining the IIA Position Statement
- Risk Naïve, Aware, Defined, Managed, Enabled
- Consultancy & Assurance approaches
- Putting Risk Management into context
How to determine a Risk Based Audit Plan
- What internal audit can offer.
- How to structure the audit universe in future?
- Where to concentrate audit effort?
- Maintaining the balance of work between risk management and traditional auditing.
- Do we need to keep auditing the same risks year on year?
- Assurance frameworks
- How can you seek assurances from other providers?
How to conduct an RBIA
- When management has a good quality Risk Register
- When management has not completed a risk register before
- When the management Risk Register is not sufficient: conducting a facilitated risk assessment for audit purposes.
- We will work through the audit cycle from start to finish
- Choosing the appropriate working style
- Planning the work - how and when to involve the audit client
- Validating the Risk Register
- Testing assurances
- Testing control activities
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