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Time-Tested Techniques for Effective Risk-Based Process Audits

IIA Baltimore Chapter

Wednesday, October 30, 2013 from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM (EDT)

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Course Title: Time-Tested Techniques for Effective Risk-Based Process Audits

 

Instructor: Ann M. Butera, CRP, President of The Whole Person Project, Inc

 

Synopsis: Since time and money always constrain the audit effort, one of the perennial challenges facing an auditor is the determination of what to audit. Risk-based process auditing enables auditors to focus resources on the areas of greatest vulnerability and impact. During this full-day course attendees will learn:

  • An overview of the risk-based methodology including how to begin with the end in mind
  • Techniques for risk identification, analysis and assessment
  • Techniques for control identification and evaluation

During this course, Ann M. Butera, President of The Whole Person Project, Inc. an organizational development consulting firm, will provide practical approaches attendees can use to:

  • Understand more rapidly the nature and vulnerabilities of the process or entity under review
  • Identify and assess the risks and controls within a particular entity or process to plan an audit's objectives more effectively and concentrate audit resources on the areas of greatest exposure
  • Understand and use the "Critical Linkage", a COSO-based, four-step thought process when performing risk-based audits
  • Use a comprehensive and consistent approach to identify and assess the control environment, risks, controls and monitoring devices during the audit's planning and detailed testing phases
  • Identify and assess inherent risks using a consistent approach
  • Differentiate control environmental elements, control activities and monitoring
  • Differentiate between controls and processes
  • Describe the attributes of an effective control design
  • Use a consistent approach to evaluate controls and determine which controls should be tested, and whether to place complete, partial or no reliance on them when assessing residual risk

 

Date: Wednesday, October 30, 2013


Time: 8:30 – 5:00 (Registration starts at 8:00)

 

Audience: This course is designed for staff and senior auditors and anyone who would like to perform risk-based process audits or refine their current methodology

 

Notes: Continental Breakfast, Lunch and Coffee Breaks included

 

CPE8 Hours


Speaker Bio: Ann M. Butera, CRP is President of The Whole Person Project, Inc, an organizational development consulting firm. She is a frequent speaker at internal audit conferences and has worked with audit departments of all sizes to provide auditors with the tools and techniques needed to improve risk management practices within their organization. Ann is regularly cited in Who's Who and has been honored by Women on the Job with the Business Achievement Award. She is a member of the IIA, the American Society for Training and Development and the National Association of Corporate Directors. Ann received her Masters of Business Administration in Organizational Development from Adelphi University. She holds a CRP (Certified Risk Professional) designation from BAI and is a Summa Cum Laude graduate of Long Island University/C.W. Post College.

 

Questions or for more information: Contact Jim Jarrell, VP of Programs at jjarrel1@jhu.edu or 443-997-6393

Have questions about Time-Tested Techniques for Effective Risk-Based Process Audits? Contact IIA Baltimore Chapter

When & Where


The Conference Center at the Maritime Institute
692 Maritime Boulevard
Building #3 – Bridgeroom
Linthicum Heights, MD 21090

Wednesday, October 30, 2013 from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM (EDT)


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