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Monitoring an Organization's Policies and Procedures

04.27.18 9:30AM – 04.27.18 1:00PM

Details

Credits
4.00

Level
Basic

Fees

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$120.00

Nonmember Fee
$188.00

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General Info

Description

 A review of the most oft used internal control framework models shows that all believe monitoring and testing an internal control system is important. This session details why monitoring is necessary and the explores methods for effectively do so. Additionally, the material delves into the steps required to improve internal control issues that are discovered by an effective monitoring process. Those that wish to strengthen an internal control system can take this session to see how monitoring can help do so.

Highlights
  •    The importance of the monitoring component of an internal control model
  •   Processes for reviewing and testing control measures
  •   Responding to information returned by a monitoring process
Objectives

 Once participants have completed this session they should be able to:

  •   Show how the monitoring component of an internal control model “fits” with other aspects of the control structure
  •  List monitoring methods the contend with both the effectiveness of controls and the information that measures return to an entities management
  •   Know how a failure in the monitoring process can negatively affect the entire internal control system
Designed For

 Accounting and other business professionals that need greater knowledge about the monitoring component of an internal control framework.

Vendor
CalCPA Education Foundation
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