Original IGATI Catalog
CPE Credits: 40
Length: 5 Days
This course provides you with the
skills and knowledge you need to effectively perform the
duties and responsibilities of a senior auditor.
Topics not covered in “Introductory” are presented
including: Supervision, Illegal Acts, Information
Technology, Monetary Benefits, Statistical Sampling, and
Dealing with Difficult People.
Course Learning Objectives
Upon the completion of this course,
the participant will be able to:
Computer Assisted Auditing Techniques and
information technology concepts,
and report monetary benefits,
steps normally taken during survey phase of the
audit, including risk assessments,
needed supervisory skills,
evaluate internal controls,
report illegal acts (fraud),
audit findings, and
and apply various standards.
Who Should Attend?
Auditors with 2 or more years of
Federal audit experience. Generally at the GS-11 and
GS-12 level. Ideally, auditors should attend this
course no sooner than one and a half years after the “Introductory
course. Also, experienced professionals who are from
non-audit disciplines and who are entering OIG
organizations as a GS-11 or above, might prefer this
course as an alternative to the 2-week “Introductory
Auditor Training” course.
Prerequisite: Attendance in our
“Introductory Auditor Training” or 1 1/2 years
performance audit experience.
Field of Study: Accounting and Auditing
Course Level: Intermediate
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