10 am - 12.30 pm
Every local council must have an internal auditor: someone who is independent of the management of the council and competent to carry out the role. This role has become significantly more important for ‘exempt’ councils: those with a turnover under £25,000.
Hosted as an online session
£49 - there is no discount for subscribers
Background/overview of internal audit
Scope of the internal auditor
A suggested approach to internal auditing
Arranging and reviewing internal audit
All attendees will receive two helpful template documents: a checklist to send to the council ahead of the internal audit and an example report format.
The tutor is an experienced clerk with many years of successfully undertaking internal audits.
This course is recommended for:
Clerks and councillors who would like to start internal auditing other councils
Current internal auditors who would like to keep abreast of the latest changes to your role
A clerk/financial officer who would like to understand the role of the internal auditor better
We'll send you a link via email a day or two before the session is due to be held, so you can just click on the link to join in. You'll need a laptop, tablet or smartphone with a camera; if you haven't tried this technology before that's fine - we'll happily conduct a quick test session with you the day before if you like.
Comments from our last course:
Super, as usual, from Norfolk PTS :)
Very informative and useful. I believe my own council will benefit by my increased skill and knowledge. I will definitely consider this role.
Thought provoking and getting me thinking of links from a checklist to the financial risk assessment.
Many thanks for the handouts and for delivering such a brilliant course.
The training content was pitched at the right level of knowledge of the people attending.
As usual, a very informative session with great content.
Very interesting event with a steep learning curve for a councillor however it has encouraged me to go further.