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Internal Auditor Seminars
Corporate Compliance Seminars presents continuing professional education (CPE) training courses in the following areas:
Internal Auditor Seminars
Risk Management & Internal Control Seminars
Information Management Seminars
COSO 2013 Internal Control Seminars
We provide training base on the standards published by the IIA, COSO, COBIT, AICPA, PCAOB, SEC, ISACA, PMBOK, FASB, and IAASB.
List of Internal Audit Focused CPE Training Courses
This page summaries the Internal Auditor Focused Training Seminars which are being presented in various cities throughout the United States.
Our instructors are members of Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) and bring their knowledge of internal audit and the IIA published standards to each presentation. Our goal is to provide the audit attendee with the best quality educational experience. we do this by focusing on curriculum, value pricing, and having the best experienced and effective auditing instructors.
This family of internal audit training courses includes:
Art of Internal Audit Report Writing (8 CPEs)
Best Practices: Audit Committee (4 CPEs)
Continuous Auditing & Monitoring (8 CPEs)
Cybersecurity Assessment Training Academy (16 CPE)
Cybersecurity Risk Program Training Academy (16 CPE)
Cybersecurity Technical Excellence Event (24 CPE)
Ethics for the CIA, CPA, CISA and CFE (4 CPEs)
Forensic Accounting (4 CPEs)
"Frauditing" Fraud Detection & Prevention (8 CPEs)
Internal Audit 101: Introduction to Internal Auditing (8 CPEs)
Internal Audit Basic Training Workshop (24 CPEs)
Internal Audit Basic Training - Banking Workshop (32 CPEs)
Internal Audit Basic Training - Insurance Workshop (32 CPEs)
Internal Audit 201: Audit Senior (8 CPEs)
Internal Audit 301: Audit Manager (8 CPEs)
Internal Audit Advanced Training Workshop (24 CPEs)
Managing Audit Quality and Workpapers (8 Hours)
Managing Corporate Cultural Change (4 CPEs)
PCAOB Audit Tradecraft for the External Auditor (16 CPEs)
Role of Internal Audit in Procurement (4 CPEs)
SSAE SOC Audits: Auditee - Auditor - Assessor (24 CPEs)
SOX Section 302 & 404 for the External Auditor (8 CPEs)
Best Practices: Project Management (8 CPEs)
The SEC's XBRL Mandate: A Practical Perspective (1 CPE)
Understanding Cybersecurity (4 CPE)
We also offer private, on-site courses that can be tailored to your specific audit training requirements. See the "Custom Seminars" page for further details.
Our internal audit training seminars provide CPE For CPAs, CFEs, CIAs, CISAs, auditors and others with effective and engaging training.
Prices for individual auditor attendance are detailed on the training seminar specific web pages or via the Buy Now Buttons on the payment page. Call us for special offers and group pricing.
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Continuous Auditing & Monitoring Seminar
Classroom training course on the best practices for using the emerging trends in Internal Auditing.
One of the emerging trends in the internal audit industry is the concept of continuous auditing or monitoring, which is real-time monitoring of key stats to identify issues. This approach can be a valuable time and money saver and identify issues in a timely manner. This one day seminar will walk you through continuous auditing and give you the skills to apply this methodology in your audit department. (8 Hours CPE)
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Internal Audit 101: Audit Principles and Techniques Seminar
Classroom training course on the best practices for the new internal auditor.
Hard to find good audit tradecraft training courses for your new auditors? Do you have a rotational program and constantly need basic audit training course for new hires or transfers into the department? Audit 101 is the perfect course to send new auditors to learn the basics of auditing. This course is an overview of the auditing field, key terminology and basic beginner steps on how to audit. New auditors should not start their new jobs without taking this course! (8 Hours CPE)
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Internal Audit 201: Audit Senior Seminar
Continuation of the Audit Principles and Techniques training on the best practices for the development of audit team leadership.
As a follow-up to Audit 101, Audit 201 helps auditors becoming Senior Auditors and leaders for their audit teams. This 8 hour course gives Seniors oversight on how to review a file, manage a project and writing audit reports. Additionally, this course will give you the interpersonal skills to manage your audit team and your auditee's, even your audit management. Auditors should not get promoted without taking this course. (8 Hours CPE)
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Internal Audit 301: Audit Manager Seminar
Continuation of the Audit Principles and Techniques training on the best practices for the development of audit department management skills.
As a follow-up to Audit 101 and 201, Audit 301: Audit Manager helps auditors becoming Management and active leaders for their audit teams. This 8 hour course gives Managers oversight on how to review a file, properly budget and forecast projects and actively manage and juggle numerous projects. Additionally, this course will give you the interpersonal skills to manage your audit team and your auditee's, even your audit management. Auditors should not get promoted without taking this course. (8 Hours CPE)
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The Art of Internal Audit Report Writing Seminar
Classroom training on the best practices for the creation and presentation of internal audit reports.
Audit Reports can significantly lose their affect if not written professionally. Writing an audit report is a fine art and, once perfected, can take on more important than the audit itself. In this 8 hour course, attendees will learn, in depth, about each component of an audit report and how to set the correct tense and clarity to gain the most effectiveness. (8 Hours CPE)
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Managing Business Ethics Seminar
Ethics Training for CPA's and CFE's to meet their CPE requirements. Look at Ethics from the fraud examiner, investigator, auditor, accountant, attorney or business owner's prospective to prevent and detect and fraud.
This timely, one-half day training seminar is designed for CPA's, CISA's, CFE's, CIA's, auditors, controllers, finance managers, attorneys, IT professionals and department heads.
Ethics is the study of morality. "Ethics for the CPA" is concerned with business practices defining right and wrong. Ethical choice exists prior to the acceptance by any one individual. The professional should look at ethics not as a personal choice but a business construct. Ethical practices are a reflection on the right actions by the professional.(4 Hours CPE)
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Thoughts for the CAE, Audit Managers and Audit Seniors
Corporate Compliance Seminars (CCS) provides a full range of training for the entire audit team. We follow the IIA standards but cover why the standard is in place.
We are leaders improving the maturity of the trade craft of the entire audit department. CCS learning events help ensure that you have the knowledge and all the skills needed in the internal auditing practice.
We are offer group discounts.
We are tailored onsite training events.
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Yellow Book CPE Focused Training Courses
Our seminars contain practical advice gleaned from highly experienced Yellow Book assurance and audit professionals.
The GAO's Yellow Book, Government Auditing Standards, lays down certain CPE requirements. Auditors performing work under GAGAS, including planning,
directing, performing field work, or reporting on an audit or attestation engagement under GAGAS, need to maintain their professional
competence through continuing professional education (CPE). Therefore, each auditor performing work under GAGAS should complete, every two years,
at least 80 hours of CPE that directly enhance the auditor's professional proficiency to perform audits and/or attestation engagements.
At least 24 of the 80 hours of CPE should be in subjects directly related to government auditing, the government environment, or the specific
or unique environment in which the audited entity operates. At least 20 hours of the 80 should be completed in any one year of the two-year period.
For details on the Yellow Book CPE requirements go to Government Auditing Standards - Guidance on GAGAS Requirements for CPE.
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Auditor Licenses and Certifications
Employment opportunities are best for auditors with certification. Most audit employers prefer or require auditors to have certified public account (CPA) or certified internal auditor (CIA) credentials or certified fraud examiner (CFE) and certified information systems auditor (CISA).
CPA audit certification is granted by each state's Board of Accountancy. In nearly all states, accountants or auditors must have 150 academic hours of training, which requires training beyond the typical 120 hours of an undergraduate degree. Therefore, CPA candidates usually have completed graduate-level accounting and auditing courses.
To become certified, auditors must pass the Uniform CPA Examination, which is administered by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA). The exam involves four sections which can be passed at once or on separate testing occasions, though exam-takers are required to pass all four sections within 18 months of passing the initial section. To retain CPA credentials, auditors and accountants must obtain continuing education credits.
The Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) offers CIA certification for auditors who have completed a formal audit training program and acquired at least two years of audit experience. Auditors must pass a comprehensive exam that addresses tax and auditing regulations, proper auditing processes and additional areas of financial review. To remain certified, auditors must participate in continuing education courses offered by the IIA.
CFE certification is granted by the Assocation of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE). Certified Fraud Examiners (CFEs) possess unique audit industry expertise in preventing and detecting fraud, and are highly valued by organizations spanning all industries, sectors and sizes. The CFE Exam will test knowledge of the four major areas that comprise the fraud examination body of knowledge.
The CISA certification has been granted in the past by the Information Systems Audit and Control Association. The ISACA now goes by its acronym only, to reflect the broad range of IT governance professionals it serves. ISACA®'s Certified Information Systems Auditor® (CISA®) certification instantly validates skills and expertise in auditing, control and information security. It proves the CISA can assess vulnerabilities, report on compliance and validate and enhance controls in an enterprise.
Our continuing professional education covers external audit, internal auditing, human resource management, risk management, financial management, Green Book, Yellow Book and other topics in our CPE training seminars. We use guidance from the AICPA, IIA, COSO, COBIT, ITIL, OCEG, SEC, GAO, FASB, GAAS, GAAP, SSAE, ISACA and PCAOB. We have had SOX, CMA, CISSP, CPA, CIA, CISA, CA, Sarbanes Oxley experts, information technology (IT), internal control, Yellow Book, Green Book, CFE and Audit Committee Board Members in our CPE events. We teach Continuous Auditing & Monitoring, Audit Report Writing, Ethics, Audit Committee, Internal Auditing, Compliance, Principles, Techniques, Internal Controls, SOX, SEC and numerous standards. Our instructors are members of the AICPA, IIA, ISACA, ACFE and other professional groups.
Our CPE courses are recognized by the following professional groups as acceptable CPE credits for continuing professional education hours:
Institute of Internal Auditors - IIA
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants - AICPA
Information Systems Audit and Control Association - ISACA
Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission - COSO
American Accounting Association - AAA
American College of Forensic Examiners Institute - ACFEI
Association of Corporate Treasurers - ACT
American Society of Military Comptrollers - ASMC
Accounting & Financial Women’s Alliance - AFWA
American Society for Quality - ASQ
American Woman's Society of CPA's - AWSCPA
Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists - ACAMA
Association of Chartered Accountants in the United States - ACAUS
Association of College and University Auditors - ACUA
Association of Credit Union Internal Auditors - ACUIA
Association of Government Accountants - AGA
Association of Healthcare Internal Auditors - AHIA
Association of Local Government Auditors - ALGA
Association of Public Pension Fund Auditors - APPFA
Bank Administration Institute - BAI
Beta Alpha Psi - BAP
Chartered Institute of Management Accountants - CIMA
Community College Internal Auditors - CCIA
Council of Higher Education Internal Auditors - CHEIA
Credit Union Internal Auditors Association - CUIAA
Delta Sigma Pi - DSP
Government Finance Officers Association - GFOA
Healthcare Financial Management Association - HFMA
Institute of Management Accountants - IMA
International Association of Financial Crimes Investigators - IAFCI
International Organization of Supreme Audit Institutions - INTOSAI
International Organization for Standardization - ISO
National Association of Black Accountants - NABA
National Association of Construction Auditors - NACA
National Association of State Boards of Accountancy - NASBA
National Conference of CPA Practitioners - NCCPAP
National Association of Credit Union Supervisory and Auditing Committeess - NACUSAC
National Association of State Budget Officers - NASBO
National Association of State Auditors, Comptrollers and Treasurers - NASACT
National Society of Insurance Premium Auditors - NISAPA
National Society of Accountants - NSA