The Code of Ethics of the Institute of Internal Auditors upholds integrity, confidentiality, objectivity and objectivity as the foundation of credible internal audits. Auditors have access to many resources to ensure that the audit process meets the standards consistent with regulatory requirements and the best interests of the auditee.
The credibility of a compliance certification emerges in the writing and does not occur merely at the point of observation. Auditors have to face many challenges when developing an audit report. Their aim is to clearly articulate a comprehensive review process, valid and reliable criteria, conditions logically linked to causes, relevant and risks, and beneficial recommendations-all with an objective style.
Simply listing the four elements of a finding (criteria, condition, cause and effect) cannot justify a good audit report - even adding the fifth element (recommendation) maybe insufficient. A boilerplate approach to audit writing is not conducive to independent, critical thinking - in fact it undermines the entire audit process. Such an approach ultimately tarnishes the credibility of the auditor. Skilled auditors require a method that aligns what they experienced during the reviewing process with what they compose during the writing process.
In this webinar, get the best know-how to writing focused, credible and effective audit reports from expert speaker Philip Vasallo, Ed.D., who uses results from his books on business writing and his decades of consulting to audit generals, lead auditors and junior auditors from diverse industries.
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This webinar will provide valuable assistance to junior:
Philip Vassallo Ed.D
Philip Vassallo has developed, delivered, and supervised communication training programs for a wide range of managerial, administrative, and technical professionals in corporate, government, and academic environments. He has also taught writing and presentation skills on the graduate and undergraduate university levels... More info