Home Home Contact Us Register MyIIA Privacy Sitemap
  • Join IIA-Australia today!
  • In-house training: tailored, flexible courses...direct to you!
  • CPE LiveOnline Free Webinars
  • Looking to recruit?
The Graduate Certificate in Internal Auditing (GradCertIA) is a postgraduate professional education program for those seeking to establish or further a career in internal audit, governance and risk.


Looking to recruit the best internal audit staff? IIA-Australia has
a reach of 6,000 professionals, inclusive of 3,000 members.

 Looking for a job?
Looking to recruit? Advertise with us!

 

Get a FREE issue of
Internal Auditor magazine here.

Order now
Position your organisation as a partner or
supporter of IIA-Australia

Find out more
     SOPAC 2015, 15 to 18 March

Pre-Conference rate now available for Sydney 2015.


 

Membership Special Offer!  
IIA-Australia membership is available for a discounted rate for the month of July for those wishing to become members. This will be the lowest price available for membership for the foreseeable future. Click here for Registration form……    

 
Annual General Meeting

At the AGM of the IIA-Australia on Wednesday 14 May 2014 Dave Barry, Stephen Coates, Claire Hamilton and Bruce Turner were elected as Directors for 2014/2016. It was announced that Stephen Horne would continue as President and Lee Sullivan and Dave Barry as Vice President for 2014/15.


ASX Corporate Governance Council acknowledges need for Internal Audit  
The Institute of Internal Auditors – Australia is very pleased to inform all IIA-Australia members of the launch of the Third Edition of the ASX Corporate Governance Council Guidelines and Recommendations for listed entities. Specifically, we would like to draw your attention to the new recommendation 7.3 which highlights the need for internal audit functions for listed organisations. Click here for more information.
   
Benchmarking Report 2014  
For the past six years, the Institute of Internal Auditors – Australia (IIA-Australia) and Protiviti have conducted comprehensive surveys of the internal audit profession to identify trends and developments. In 2014, our research continues to explore the fundamental themes of internal audit independence, value and service quality.

The 2014 study is based on the combined results of a quantitative survey of approximately 70 Audit Committee Members, with the added depth of qualitative feedback gained through holding separate roundtable discussions with select Audit Committee Chairs. Click here to read the Benchmarking Report 2014.    

COSO Releases New Thought Leader Paper  
Improving Organizational Performance and Governance: How the COSO Frameworks Can Help, has been developed to illustrate how the enterprise risk management (ERM) and internal control frameworks can contribute to enhancing organizational performance and governance for sustainable success. More…… 


Upcoming Courses
Fundamentals of Internal Auditing | ADELAIDE
Wednesday 6 August to Friday 8 August | More info | BOOK NOW
Through team exercises, group discussion and lectures, attendees will gain a foundation of knowledge that will allow them to properly prepare for and conduct a successful audit, using preliminary surveys and evidence-gathering techniques. A basic understanding of the roles of risks and internal controls in auditing will also be stressed, along with interpersonal and client relationship skills.

Fundamental Soft Skills of Internal Auditing | MELBOURNE
Thursday 7 August to Friday 8 August | More info | BOOK NOW
As the evolution of the internal audit function accelerates, the portfolio of skills and attributes that determine professional success transform.  Technical skills remain absolutely necessary, but they are not sufficient on their own;  indeed it is the non-technical attributes of Internal Auditing that competitively differentiate individual and team performance. 

Report Writing for Internal Auditing | PERTH
Thursday 7 August to Friday 8 August | More info | BOOK NOW
Persuasive communication is an essential skill for internal auditors at all levels, and high quality audit reports are a key communication tool. By participating in this course, auditors in all sectors learn how to structure and write reports that meet professional standards, elicit management action, and communicate crucial messages to executives and board-level readers. 

Operational Auditing | SYDNEY
Wednesday 14 August to Friday 15 August | More info | BOOK NOW
Today’s internal auditor has a broader focus than just financial or compliance audits. The systematic, disciplined approach to evaluating controls that internal auditors employ can be used to add significant value to their organisation. Also known as ‘value for money’ or ‘performance auditing’, operational auditing adds value by helping the organisation meet its goals and objectives. 

Report Writing for Internal Auditors | ADELAIDE
Thursday 14 August to Friday 15 August | More info | BOOK NOW
Persuasive communication is an essential skill for internal auditors at all levels, and high quality audit reports are a key communication tool. By participating in this course, auditors in all sectors learn how to structure and write reports that meet professional standards, elicit management action, and communicate crucial messages to executives and board-level readers. 

Developing an Effective Risk Management Framework | PERTH
Thursday 21 August | More info | BOOK NOW
This course aims to provide practical guidance and detailed steps to assist those involved with internal audit to further develop and improve the performance and effectiveness of risk management in their organisation. The course is highly interactive and involves group exercises, discussions, examples, checklists and case studies to reinforce understanding of concepts, principles and their applications in practice. 

Auditing Outsourced Contracts | MELBOURNE
Friday 22 August | More info | BOOK NOW
Many organisations are reliant on the delivery of non-core services through outsourcing initiatives. However, the negotiation of an outsourcing contract can prove fraught, and the value of outsourced facilities can be questionable. This course brings together the most common issues to provide a single source for an all-round understanding of the risks and core controls. 

IT Governance and Risk for the non-IT Professional | BRISBANE
Thursday 28 August to Friday 29 August | More info | BOOK NOW
Although IT governance and IT risk are known to be key operational issues, discussion of appropriate IT governance structures and IT risk is often restricted to those with an IT background or role. This course is deliberately pitched at those who do not have an IT background and those who spend little time working with technology. 

Google+