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Environmental Auditing for Non-Environmental Auditors (ENEA) 17-18 Sept 2020 (Face-to-Face)
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2020/09/17 to 2020/09/18
When: 17-18 September 2020
Registration starts at 8am
Where: Leadership Academy for Guardians of Governance
71 on 7th Avenue
Hanover Square, Block B
Edenvale, Gauteng  1609
South Africa
Contact: Project Coordinator: CPD and Events
011 615 0355


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Presenter/s:

Desiree Nage

Duration:

2 Days

CPD Hours:

16

Fees

ex VAT

incl VAT

 

Member:

R 5089.00

R 5852.35

 

Non-Member:

R 6168.00

R 7093.20

Concepts, Principles and Skills of Environmental Auditing

  • Requirements for an environmental audit to be performed
  • Audit objectives and scope
    • Liability audit
    • A management audit
    • A functional audit (sometimes called an activity or issues audit)
    • Subject matter and audit criteria
  • Use of non-regulatory guidelines and codes of practice in audits
  • Increasing importance of ISO14001 and other international environmental standards
  • Regulatory mandate to commission an environmental audit
  • Objectivity and independence
  • Due professional care and confidentiality
  • Audit evidence, sampling, reliability and audit findings
  • Reporting and follow up
  • Use of checklists and working papers

ISO14001 environmental Management system basics and relevance of environmental auditing

  • Overview of the ISO14001 Standard
  • Process for registration to 14001
  • Role of Auditor certification bodies
  • Role of accreditation bodies
  • EMS Audit

Roles, responsibilities and Relationship Management

  • Roles of persons involved in audits
  • Relationship management principles for auditors
  • Environmental auditor personal attributes and skills

Detailed Procedures for conducting environmental audit

  • Pre-audit planning and preparation
  • The role, preparation and use of audit checklists

Why use protocol

  • The interview process
  • Understanding and assessing internal control
  • Working papers and file development
  • Sampling strategies and procedures
  • Assessing findings and reporting.

 

Who should attend?

 

Level 1

Entry or introductory level for those requiring a fundamental understanding of the subject.

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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