Duration: 22:30 hours
Ensuring the proper oversight of public resources is a value-added role that is intended to instill confidence among citizens and stakeholders alike. This course introduces the principles underlying the practice of internal audit and explores the tools and processes used to make operational improvements based on evidence. Participants will be guided through each phase of a typical audit activity, including getting the audit results approved and published.
This course is an excellent introduction for all public servants, including new auditors, to the role of internal audit in the federal government context. Participants will learn about the principles of applying oversight as a way to inform decisions and improve operations.
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