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IIA-Australia members have the opportunity to register and save on the Early Bird Rate which is now available for the IIA International Conference 2017 which will be hosted in Sydney, Australia. Find out more....

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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IIA International Conference 2017

Brochure Released - IIA International Conference 2017

The IIA’s 2017 International Conference features outstanding speakers whose shared goal is to deliver a world-class event reflective of The IIA's high standards of excellence.

The theme for the conference is “L.I.V.E. the Global Experience: Leadership. Innovation. Value. Effectiveness.” and we are focusing on delivering a program that delves into timely issues impacting the profession. View the program now....


Global Certification Fee Increase 

Effective 1 April 2017, there will be fee increases by IIA Global for IIA Certification applications, registrations, and CPE / CPD reporting. If you plan to apply or register for an IIA certification, consider taking action now, before the increase is in effect. Find out more....


New Publication 

Risk Management Systems and Implications for Carbon Emission Reporting and Reduction - A Study of Australian Carbon Intensive Firms was released in February 2017. The IIA-Australia and the Internal Audit Foundation supported the research. View the publication now....


Submission on Whistleblower Protections

IIA-Australia has lodged a submission in response to reviews of the Public Interest Disclosure Act and the Corporations Act of Whistleblower protections expressing our belief that the current framework for protection of whistle-blowers requires a re-think particularly because of gaps in the Corporations Act 2001.

One of the areas Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) must urgently review is the issue of qualified privilege. Currently, an external auditor who makes a report to ASIC has qualified privilege (protection from proceedings for defamation).

But it is internal auditors who are also likely to be aware of serious wrongdoing, and be a conduit for whistleblowers, but it’s not clear they attract qualified privilege in the Corporations Act. View the submission here....


New Standards Enhancements Now in Effect

Modifications proposed for The IIA’s International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing were approved in October 2016 and are now in effect. The revisions include the addition of two new standards, alignment of the Standards to the Core Principles, and updates to existing standards.

All new implementation guides are available to help you with the key changes to the Standards. An updated edition of the International Professional Practices Framework (IPPF) guide, more commonly known as the Red Book, will be released early this year. 


New White Paper: Well-founded Audit Planning 

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.

The latest White Paper that the Institute of Internal Auditors – Australia has released is on Well-founded Audit Planning. This White Paper outlines how internal auditors play a key role in enhancing and protecting organisational value and helping organisations accomplish their objectives. Read the latest white paper here....



Melbourne
Auditing Projects, Project Management and Project Risk

Increasingly, those who have risk-related roles are being asked to give assurance that project risks are being assessed, governed and minimised. At the end of this course participants will be highly project-risk aware and be able to add value to the project process. 

Date: Wednesday, 12 April 2017

Venue: Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand

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Sydney
Writing Internal Audit Reports

The report is the primary deliverable of each Internal Audit assignment, but it is not an easy thing to do well. A well-written report can enhance the credibility of both you and the Internal Audit function, whereas a badly-written report can have the opposite effect. Don’t let all that effort you put into your fieldwork go to waste! This practical course gives you hands-on experience in developing effective audit reports with a minimum of fuss. 

Date: Wednesday, 19 April to Thursday, 20 April 2017

Venue: The Institute of Internal Auditors - Australia

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Brisbane
Control Assurance

The objective of this course is to equip those tasked with providing operational/quality assurance over internal processes with the skills necessary to identify and select controls for testing, to test controls using methods appropriate to those controls and to draw conclusions in relation to the overall reliability of the process. 

Date: Wednesday, 26 April 2017

Venue: Saxons Brisbane

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Melbourne
Risk Based Auditing

The most fundamental concept in auditing today is that every audit must be a risk-based audit. There are levels of complexity in ensuring that audits are truly risk-based, extending way beyond sample size issues. This course will help ensure that you can make your audits true risk-based audits that will comply with international audit standards. 

Date: Thursday, 27 April to Friday, 28 April 2017

Venue: The Institute of Internal Auditors - Australia

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