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IIA-Australia members have the opportunity to book and pay for their registration prior to the opening of the official conference website for the 2017 International Conference. Register Now

Liam Buckley PMIIA, Group Head of Internal Audit at QBE Insurance Group Limited and Petra Koziollek, Chief Audit Executive at TAFE NSW share some of their vast internal audit experience. More Information...

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. Apply Now


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Call for White Papers 

The IIA–Australia has launched a service to develop and issue a series of White Papers. A White Paper is an authoritative report or guide that informs readers concisely about a complex issue and presents the issuing body's philosophy on the matter. It is meant to help readers understand an issue, solve a problem, or make a decision. Would you like to submit a Whitepaper?


New Guidance for Professional Services Firms 

After global agreement with service firms, the IIA has released a Supplemental Guidance document “Applying The IIA’s International Professional Practices Framework as a Professional Services Firm”. This guidance considers both terminology questions and how the IIA’s International Professional Practices Framework applies to professional services firms and their associates when providing internal auditing services. This means there are now no barriers to professional services firms following the IIA’s International Professional Practices Framework (IPPF) “Standards.” 


Tone at the Top: Are Two Heads Better Than One? 

Many are questioning whether the CEO should also serve as the chairman of the board, or should the two positions be separate. Examine the arguments by downloading the below issue of Tone at the Top. Share this issue with your audit committee and executive management.  


New Guidance Released on Auditing Smart Devices 

The IIA’s newest Global Technology Audit Guide (GTAG), Auditing Smart Devices, helps internal auditors to identify the risk landscape associated with smart devices and assure that the controls and governance policies in place are adequate to mitigate the risks posed to an acceptable level. IIA-Australia members must log in to download the new guidance for free

Adding Value with COSO: New Research Report from the Internal Audit Foundation 

Explore the ways COSO can be used, along with its challenges and successes of conversion. This new report includes a downloadable toolkit that will make creating a customised system of internal control a plug-and-play, pain-free experience.


New IIA Global Reports 

Two new reports from the Global Internal Audit Common Body of Knowledge (CBOK) Stakeholder Study, Voice of the Customer: Stakeholders’ Messages for Internal Audit and Six Audit Committee Imperatives: Enabling Internal Audit to Make a Difference, are now available for free download. In addition, two new reports from the CBOK Practitioner Study, Benchmarking Internal Audit Maturity: A High-Level Look at Audit Planning and Processes Worldwide and Promoting and Supporting Effective Organizational Governance: Internal Audit’s Role are now available. Find out more....   


Three New Implementation Guides 

The IIA has issued Implementation Guide 1010: Recognition of the Definition of Internal Auditing, the Code of Ethics, and the Standards in the Internal Audit Charter; Implementation Guide 2500: Monitoring Progress; and Implementation Guide 2600: Communicating the Acceptance of Risks during July 2016. Members are invited to download the new guidance supporting The IIA’s International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing. Non-members may purchase guidance from The IIARF Bookstore.


Canberra
Fundamentals of Internal Auditing

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. 

A basic understanding of the roles of risks and internal controls in auditing will also be covered, along with interpersonal and client relationship skills.

Date: Tueday, 11 October to Friday, 14 October 2016

Venue: Cliftons Canberra

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Sydney

Assurance Mapping


Assurance mapping is a tool which enables Internal Auditors to visually present all assurance activities of the organisation, both internal and external, as they apply to the organisation's risks.  

This course will take you through the assurance mapping process which can be practically applied in all organisations no matter how big or small. 

Date: Wednesday, 19 October 2016

Venue: The Grace Hotel

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Melbourne
Developing and Auditing a Risk Management Framework

Risk management is a growing and evolving discipline - and you can be a part of it! Internal auditors are vital in the formation and functioning of risk controls. 

Learn more about risk frameworks in this highly interactive and practical course. Drawing on the latest thinking and applying it to real situations, immerse yourself in discussions that are tailored to your growth as a professional. 

Date: Wednesday, 19 October 2016

Venue: Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand

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Brisbane
IT Governance & 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: Wednesday, 26 October to Thursday, 27 October 2016

Venue: Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand 

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