Auditing in a Computerised Environment
The course emphasizes the relationship between accounting and information technology. It has been designed to give accountants a head start in their chosen profession. Delegates gain the skills to enter confidently into the role of accounting and audit, computer audit, internal audit, crime prevention and detection, insurance and banking. Most of today’s financial frauds emerge from a computerized environment and so the course emphasises the relationship between accounting and IT. Delegates will build a capacity to aid in the investigation of potential frauds by developing current technical accounting understanding and practice.
At the end of the course delegates should have:
An in-depth knowledge of systems auditing and related subjects from a theoretical and practical perspective. Learn the risk exposures in an IT environment and the internal controls to minimise these risks.
Training Course Content:
As a forward thinking training company we provide bespoke courses in house. While offering other courses in Banking and Finance which include; Budget and Financial Management, Strategic Planning and Effective Budgeting and Cost Control, Strategic Bank Management.
6th - 17th April 2015/ 4th - 15th April 2016: London
1st -12th June 2015/ 30th May - 10th June 2016: New York - USA
13th - 24th April 2015/ 11th - 22nd April 2016: Cape Town - South Africa
Two weeks training: £4,150
One week course: £2,250