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Building a Sustainable Quality Program (BSQP) 3-4 February 2020
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 Export to Your Calendar 2020/02/03 to 2020/02/04
When: 3-4 February 2020
Registration starts at 8am
Where: Leadership Academy for Guardians of Governance
71 on 7th Avenue
Hanover Square, Block B
Edenvale 1609
South Africa
Contact: Project Coordinator: CPD and Events
011 615 0355


Online registration is available until: 2020/01/29
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Presenter/s:

Prozilog

Duration:

2 Day

CPD Hours:

16

Fees

ex VAT

incl VAT

 

Member:

R 5 580.00

R 6 417.00

 

Non-Member:

R 6 754.78

R 7 768.00

If you are preparing for an external quality assessment, this course will help you learn how to build and maintain an effective QAIP, leading to a successful external assessment. The QAR Manual is not provided at this course. It is recommended that you first attend this course and then the "Performing an Effective Quality Assessment" where the QAR Manual will be provided.

 

An internal audit activity demonstrates its commitment to quality by meeting the expectations of its stakeholders while continuing to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of its operations. A successful quality assurance and improvement program (QAIP) is crucial to achieving this goal.

 

Building an effective QAIP is similar to establishing a total quality management program, where products and services are analyzed to verify they meet stakeholder expectations, operations are evaluated to determine their efficiency and effectiveness, and practices are assessed to confirm their conformance to standards. Once the QAIP has been established, sustaining it requires leaders who are responsible for setting the proper tone in support of quality.

 

If you are preparing for an external quality assessment, this course will help you learn how to build and maintain an effective QAIP, leading to a successful external assessment.

The quality assessment process flow model and related tools from the recently published Quality Manual provide the basis for class discussion and activities. Guided by knowledgeable facilitators with extensive experience in quality assessments, participants will:

  • Learn how to apply The IIA’s International Professional Practices Framework (IPPF) quality standards to establish an effective QAIP within their internal audit practice
  • Gain experience with the quality assessment process model and related tools contained in the new Quality Manual to identify areas of focus for their own QAIPs
  • Practice building the two key components of an effective QAIP:
  • ongoing and periodic assessments
  • Experience developing metrics and designing reports of results of their internal audit’s QAIP
  • Apply the planning guide to identify and prioritize any gaps related to quality assurance of internal audit processes by performing a self-assessment involving the relevant IPPF guidance
  • Clarify the relevant criteria for assessing conformance to the IPPF guidance related to quality assurance of internal audit processes
  • Developing the key elements of an ongoing monitoring review process that you can implement in your internal audit activity
  • Quality Assurance – Internal Audit Staff
  • Design a periodic quality assessment related to internal audit staffing
  • Interpret IPPF guidance related to quality assurance of internal audit staffing
  • Applying the planning guide to identify and highlight any gaps related to quality assurance of internal audit staffing by performing a self-assessment involving applicable IPPF guidance
  • Clarify the relevant criteria for assessing conformance to the IPPF guidance related to quality assurance of internal audit staffing
  • Develop the key elements of a periodic self-assessment of internal audit staffing Quality Assurance – Internal Audit Management
  • Design a periodic quality assessment related to management of the internal audit activity
  • Apply the planning guide to identify and highlight any gaps related to quality assurance of managing the internal audit activity by performing a self-assessment involving the applicable IPPF guidance
  • Clarify the relevant criteria for assessing conformance to IPPF guidance related to quality assurance of managing the internal audit activity
  • Develop the key elements of a periodic self-assessment of managing the internal audit activity Quality Assurance – Internal Audit Governance
  • Design a periodic quality assessment related to Internal Audit Governance
  • Interpret IPPF guidance related to quality assurance for governance of the internal audit activity
  • Assess the readiness of their internal audit activity for an external quality assessment

Course Outline:

 

Quality Standards and Recommended Guidance

  • Interpret both mandatory and recommended guidance in the IPPF regarding establishing a quality assurance and improvement program (QAIP)
  • Discuss key concepts of Standard 1300
  • Clarify key elements of the Practice Guide

Quality Assurance and Improvement Program

  • Quality Assurance Process Model
  • Explain the quality assessment process model and use its related tools as described in the Quality Assessment Manual published by The IIA to identify areas of focus for a quality assurance and improvement program (QAIP)
  • Clarify the purpose of the quality assessment process model’s four segments: Internal Audit Governance, Internal Audit Staff, Internal Audit Management, and Internal Audit Process
  • Contrast the purpose and use of the quality assessment process tools — planning guides, surveys, interview guides, and programs
  • Identify any possible areas of focus for a quality assurance and improvement program QAIP
  • Highlight key areas of focus for a QAIP, based on survey responses Quality Assurance – Internal Audit Process
  • Design an ongoing quality assessment of internal audit process
  • Interpret IPPF guidance related to quality assurance of internal audit processes
  • Apply the planning guide to identify and highlight any gaps related to quality assurance for governance of the internal audit activity by performing a self-assessment involving the applicable IPPF guidance
  • Clarify relevant criteria for assessing conformance to IPPF guidance related to quality assurance for governance of the internal audit activity

Building the Periodic Internal Assessment

  • Design a comprehensive periodic internal assessment including key assessment activities, timing of their performance, and resource requirements to complete them
  • Assess the readiness of the internal audit activity for an external quality assessment

Developing Metrics and Reporting for the QAIP

  • Develop metrics and design reports of results of your internal audit QAIP
  • Interpret key concepts from practice guide “Measuring Internal Audit Efficiency and Effectiveness
  • Identify metrics to measure performance of the QAIP
  • Clarify reporting requirements for QAIP contained in the IPPF
  • Design reporting options to communicate results of the QAIP

Who should attend?

 

Level 2

Internal auditors who are already practicing internal audit and have a basic understanding of the subject

Level 3

Supervisory/competent/senior internal auditors: those who already have a sound, practical grasp of the fundamentals of internal auditing and manage staff

 

Level 4

For advanced internal auditors: Auditors with excellent understanding of topics being presented, who are interested in exchanging knowledge with instructors and other participants

Please be advised of the event terms and conditions.
Delegates are also requested to review the content and the levels of the courses presented before booking, to ensure they are attending the right course.

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