About this course:
Communicating the findings of the audit engagement is an essential skill which auditors must inculcate in themselves to be able to successfully conclude the audit engagement. This course will provide the delegates with an opportunity to gauge what goes into the drafting of audit observations and ultimately its incorporation in the audit report. The course will delve into the structure of an audit report, the desired grammar and language to use to effectively communicate to the audit client.
On completion of this course the attendee will be able to understand:
- Importance of audit reports
- Who are the readers of audit reports?
- Components of audit report
- Audit report layout
- Conveying the necessary message effectively
- Types of audit reports and their advantages and disadvantages
- Ensuring audit reports are accurate, objective, clear, concise, constructive, complete and timely
- Audit language to be used in communication