Course of evaluation for control systems within institutions and audit of financial information
Due to the complexity of the internal control systems and the corresponding developments, it is necessary to evaluate the control systems and audit the financial information.
Through our leadership, strategic planning, leadership intelligence and innovative planning, we will work on stimulating the leadership skills by global best practices to reach the characteristics of the integrated leader. This will be achieved through practical and scientific short steps, step by step, to develop the leadership practices and work on enhancing the strategic planning quality to achieve the success, excellence and sustainable growth.
This is through several pillars. These pillars are strategic leadership skills, strategic planning ,institutional performance development, innovation and corporate performance evaluation and development. The strategy is the result of the strategic mind. Before all, it is one of the leadership intelligence skills that is based on intuition and seeing the environment and abilities in a different way.
Objectives and target group
Purpose of this course:
Developing and reviewing the trainee's skills in financial affairs.
Use of scientific methods and actual application.
Studying the problems facing them in auditing and diagnosing them.
Commercial Institutions and Companies Managers
Heads of Administrative Departments
All staff in the control sections
Business School Students in Universities.
After completing the program, participants will be able to master the following topics:
Stimulating and developing the skills of all the participants to undertake an administrative job.
Providing all the participants with full knowledge and basic and recent concepts in administrative supervision and working on stimulating and developing the behavioral skills in respect of motivation development and team work management for employee.
Administrative planning importance in the administrative process.
Basic requirements of integrated planning.
Techniques of setting and formulating the objectives of the developed plan.
Working on planning for required resources and capabilities
Plan developing phases and procedures.
Prediction methods and tools.
Planning and following up quantitative methods.
How to measure the planning and the following up efficiency and the appropriate development methods.
Following up methods and systems.
Leadership, planning and control
Leadership recent theories
Situational leadership importance in excellence
Control and guidance with the leader’s eye
Control skills based on plans and performance indicators.
Control for guidance
Alternative plans in crisis.
Practical exercises case studies in leadership and administrative skills.
The first axis:
Control systems and their development according to international developments:
Types of control, internal audit and its management:
Principles of International Auditing
Audit of financial derivatives
The second axis:
Sampling approach and Evaluation of Control Systems within Institutions:
What the sampling approach requires internationally
Definitions used in the sampling approach
Audit tests and implementation entries
Auditing sample sections
Sample size and identification
Methods of identifying sample items
Random selection of sample
Methods of evaluating the sample result
The third axis:
Statistical methods and their use in auditing the damage of control systems:
Auditing damages in accordance with international standards
Method of regression and expectation of financial failure
Using financial fraud methods in financial information
Using the Assessment Method of Mango organization
The fourth axis:
Audit the estimated financial statements:
Disclosure of future financial statements in accordance with international standards.
Purpose of testing future information.
Data needed by the auditor to obtain evidence.
Make special reports containing the financial statements.
Evaluation of future financial statements.
Examination of accounting estimates and their nature.
Test the method that the management used.
Use the estimate of the future.
Test the dependent events.
Analysis and evaluation of results.
The fifth axis:
Analysis procedures and use in the audit of financial information:
Objective and nature of analytical procedures.
Use of analytical procedures in audits.
Use analytical procedures as basic procedures.
Analytical procedures at the integrated perspective.
Ability to rely on analytical procedures.
Discover unusual items.
Note / Price varies according to the selected city
Members NO. : 1
Members NO. : 2 - 3
Members NO. : + 3
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