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The IIA is excited to introduce IIA Career Map™, the new free online tool that allows you to create a directional plan for your career. In a short online session, you can evaluate your proficiency in specific skills essential to further growth and opportunities in your internal audit career. More Information...

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Internal Audit and Risk Management Policy for the New South Wales Public Sector

NSW Treasury and Insurance & Care NSW — Self-Insurance (formerly NSW Self-Insurance Corporation) have jointly launched a new Internal Audit and Risk Management Policy for the NSW Public Sector.

The revised policy paper mandates requirements for internal auditors, modelled on the Institute of Internal Auditors International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing.

Chief Executive of the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA), Peter Jones said the NSW Government had been one step ahead of other State Governments in mandating the international standards for internal auditors within the NSW Public Sector
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The Framework for Internal Audit Effectiveness: The New IPPF

For internal audit to keep up with an ever-changing environment, the new International Professional Practices Framework (IPPF) must evolve to effectively support the profession and meet the many challenges ahead — an evolving global risk landscape, changing stakeholder expectations, and legislative and regulatory demands for improved governance, risk management, and internal control. 

Key enhancements to the IPPF include:
  • Introduction of a Mission of Internal Audit 
  • Introduction of Core Principles for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing 
  • Transition of Practice Advisories to Implementation Guides

Learn more about the New IPPF and access the new implementation guides covering IIA Standards 1000: Purpose, Authority, and Responsibility, and 2110: Governance. More information....

Michael Parkinson PFIIA CIA CRMA Recognised for Outstanding Service at International Conference

Michael Parkinson PFIIA CIA CRMA was honoured on the second day of the three-day conference with the prestigious Victor Z. Brink Award for Distinguished Service. Named for one of The IIA’s founders, the award recognises outstanding service to the profession through contributions to The IIA.

Since joining the Board of IIA-Australia in 1996, Michael
 has held numerous leadership positions in The IIA, including serving as the president of IIA-Australia and chair of The IIA Global International Relations Committee. More Information.....

New Member Benefit: Global Perspectives and Insights

As part of our continuing efforts to lead development of the country’s internal audit profession, IIA-Australia, is excited to launch a new series of global thought leadership whitepapers to our members in collaboration with The IIA Global Headquarters. In response to a need and high demand for timely content that is provocative, responsive and valuable to members and stakeholders, The IIA created Global Perspectives and Insights. 

Published several times a year, this new thought-leadership series offers a deeper understanding of truly geopolitical and economic issues that impact or could potentially impact the internal audit profession. More Information.....

Reporting period for listed entities

The IIA-Australia has a number of factsheets to assist entities with their reporting under ASX CGC Recommendation 7.3. More Information.....

Queen’s Birthday Honour

IIA-Australia congratulates Bruce Turner on his appointment as a Member (AM) in the General Division of the Order of Australia. More Information.....

New Member Benefit: IIA Career Map™ Now Available

We are delighted to introduce IIA Career Map™ which allows you to evaluate your skill set against the Internal Audit Competency Framework according to a job role, providing an invaluable snapshot of where you are and what you need to do to close any gaps and take your career to the next level. More information……


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: Tuesday, 13 October 2015
Location: Sydney
CPE Points: 7

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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.

Date: Thursday, 15 October 2015
Location: Sydney
CPE Points: 28

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Auditing Procurement and Outsourcing Arrangement

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. 

Date: Tuesday, 20 October 2015
Location: Melbourne
CPE Points: 7

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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.

Date: Tuesday, 20 October 2015
Location: Canberra
CPE Points: 28

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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, 20 October 2015
Location: Brisbane
CPE Points: 14

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Report Writing for Internal Auditors

The report is an absolutely vital deliverable of each Internal Audit assignment, but it isn’t 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!

Date: Tuesday, 20 October 2015
Location: Perth
CPE Points: 14

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Operational and Performance Auditing

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.

Date: Tuesday, 27 October 2015
Location: Sydney
CPE Points: 14

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