Tools and Techniques for the Internal Audit Staff (3rd Run) Institute of Internal Auditors-Philippines Best Western Astor Hotel August 7,8,14 & 15, 2009 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Through team exercises, group discussions, case studies, and lectures, attendees will gain a foundation of knowledge that will allow them to properly prepare for and conduct a successful audit. A basic understanding of the roles of risks and internal controls in auditing will also be stressed, along with interpersonal and team-building skills. Who Should Attend Course Contents Internal Auditors with less than 2 years experience; I. The Internal Auditor's Roles and V. Internal Control Responsibilities • Introduce the COSO control model • The definition of internal auditing explored • Learn the various types of controls Registration Fee. • Audit responsibilities and general audit VI. Interpersonal Skills and Interviewing 13,888 for IIA Members objectives ( vat included) • Gain insight into behavioral skills and • Your role in selling the internal audit communication techniques 18,368 for Non- members( vat included) function • Learn basic techniques for effective Covers course II. Introduction to Internal Auditing Standards interviewing materials, lunch, snacks • Code of Ethics for Internal Auditors VII. Documenting and Evaluating Internal and certificate. Cash • International Standards for the Controls and check payments will be accepted on or Professional Practice of Internal Auditing • Learn to identify, evaluate, and document before August 7, 2009. III. Teamwork control strengths, weaknesses, and Checks must be in the • Understand the value of being an effective needed improvements name of Institute of team member • Understand the Audit Program Internal Auditors Philippines. • Understand why getting your customer on VIII. Workpapers and Audit Evidence the team is important • What the Standards say about workpapers Applications received IV. The Audit Model - Performance of Audit • Typical workpaper organization and after this date will be Work contents considered based on • Overview of the audit process space availability. IX. Developing Audit Findings • Plan, conduct, communicate and follow up • Understand when it is an audit finding or the audit effectively not For registration and reservation inquiries, • Time budget values and hints for • Best practices in communicating audit please call Arni Rivera- budgeting your time findings Silverio /Carla C. Medrano at 812-2754 About the Facilitator Rolando “Bong” Soliven, CPA, CIA,CFE is the Vice-President for Corporate Systems and Internal Rolando D. Soliven, Audit of the Atlanta Group of Companies, a Greenhills-based conglomerate led by its flagship CPA, CIA, CFE company, Atlanta Industries, Inc., the country’s top manufacturer of plastic construction materials. Bong’s extensive experience with Atlanta is as diverse as the businesses which the Group has invested in: local and overseas manufacturing, trading operations, real estate development, leasing operations, hotel management, restaurant operations, construction management, advertising services, travel and leisure services, VoIP services, and garments treatment services. Through all these, Bong’s involvement with the business has also come in many shapes and forms, ranging from business development, to pure internal auditing and, in some cases, even corporate liquidation. Prior to joining Atlanta, Bong started his career as an Audit Staff with SGV in 1994. From 1998 to 2003, Bong also served as one of the College Faculty of St. Paul College – Quezon City (now St. Paul University) and Easton International Center for Management Studies. Bong graduated from San Beda College in 1994 and became a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) on the same year. He also became a Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) in 2005 and he received the prestigious William S. Smith Certificate of Honor for submitting one of the Top 25 papers worldwide during the November 2005 exams. He is also currently serving as the Chairperson for the Marketing Committee of IIA Philippines.