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If you wish to attend SOPAC® 2015 then now would be a good time to register for this event as the standard rate is currently available. Register Now

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. Enrolment for the GradCertIA will be open in June! Apply Now

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Common Body of Knowledge Survey

IIA-Australia would appreciate if members could please complete the Common Body of Knowledge survey which will provide a comprehensive global look into the practice of internal auditing. The research will bring new insight into a profession whose value continues to grow as ever-evolving risks and opportunities challenge business operations worldwide. The Institute of Internal Auditors Research Foundation 2015 Global Internal Audit Common Body of Knowledge practitioner survey will take a deep look into the profession with input from front-line internal auditors and chief audit executives. Click here to complete the survey.

Satori Group is a new Supporter of IIA-Australia

IIA-Australia is delighted to introduce the Satori Group as our new Supporter.

Founded in 2002, Satori Group specialises in business improvement solutions which incorporate niche application areas, including: Internal Audit Analytics, Continuous Control Monitoring, Risk and Audit Management, and Data Visualisation Dashboards. Satori Group is the primary distributor for ACL, Pentana, Caseware Monitor, SatoriCCM and Dundas Dashboards solutions for Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific Islands.

The motto of their business is to help organisations Control, Plan, Report, Analyse and Improve business decision making processes through their suite of solutions. Customer Service is the core value and they achieve this with timely product delivery alongside efficient and helpful ongoing consultation. At Satori Group, they look to develop a strong relationship with customers whilst empowering them through product coaching so they become expert users themselves, thereby allowing customers to confidently explore and maximise the value adding functionalities of their products.

Some of Satori Group’s customers include Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Coca-Cola Amatil, Metcash Limited, Reserve Bank of Australia, Insurance Australia Group, Queensland Health and Healthshare NSW.

Call for Nominations

The Nominations Committee is calling for nominations as Director of IIA-Australia for the period 2015-2017. The nomination form and information detailing what is required are available here.

SOPAC® 2015 - Coming Soon!

The conference program for SOPAC® 2015 is now available and contains all the information you will need about the keynote and concurrent sessions that are taking place throughout the conference. SOPAC® 2015 will be taking place at the Hilton Sydney Hotel from Sunday, 15 March to Wednesday, 18 March 2015.

Global Internal Audit Common Body of Knowledge Video 

Jean Coroller and Dick Anderson from the Global Internal Audit Common Body of Knowledge (CBOK) project talk about CBOK, what is is, what it isn’t, and why the 2015 project is a one-of-a-kind undertaking that will benefit the profession, its practitioners, and stakeholders for years to come. Click here to view the video.

AFS licensees

Recently, IIA-Australia sought guidance from ASIC on complying with the breach reporting obligations in section 912D of the Corporations Act 2001. ASIC intends to publish the correspondence on its website for the assistance of all AFS licensees. The letter from IIA-Australia and response from ASIC can be found here.

Starting your career in internal auditing, or looking to brush up on your knowledge? Then join us for the Fundamentals of Internal Auditing course, which is the best way to understand the key aspects of the internal audit process. Through team exercises, group discussion and lectures, you will gain a foundation of knowledge that will allow you to properly prepare for and conduct a successful audit, using preliminary surveys and evidence-gathering techniques.

Date: Monday, 23 March to Thursday, 26 March 2015
Location: Brisbane
CPE Points: 28

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Developing a Fraud and Corruption Control Framework

More damage is typically done to organisations through fraud and corruption than other areas of audit concern. We need to be at the cutting edge of dealing with these threats in a coordinated way using the most widely accepted methodology. Internal auditors and managers should enhance their toolbox for fighting fraud. This course covers practical implementation and audit of the Australian Standard on Fraud and Corruption Control, as well as the specific concerns of internal auditors. 

Date: Tuesday, 24 March 2015
Location: Melbourne
CPE Points: 7

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IT Governance and Risk for the non-IT Professional

IT governance and risk are key operational issues for most organisations.  This course is deliberately tailored for those who spend little time working with technology.  If you come from a non-IT background, this course will enable you to engage in IT governance and risk conversations to facilitate outcomes for your organisation.

Date: Tuesday, 24 March to Friday, 25 March 2015
Location: Canberra
CPE Points: 14

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Delivering Assurance Based on ISO 31000

Performance Standard 2010 requires the CAE to develop risk-based internal audit plans and 2010.A1 emphasises that the assurance program must be based on a documented risk assessment. Additionally, Standard 2120 require the internal auditor to evaluate the effectiveness and contribute to the improvement of risk management processes.

Date: Friday, 27 March 2015
Location: Sydney
CPE Points: 7

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