AICPA Introductory Report Acceptance Body Member Training Course
This course is designed to provide an overview of responsibilities of new RAB members and address peer review acceptance considerations, including recent changes in peer review guidance affecting the acceptance process.
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AICPA Peer Review Program Staff
Recognize the responsibilities
This course will enable you to develop an understanding of the responsibilities of a report acceptance body (RAB) member that you can apply immediately in your new role.
We will compare report acceptance considerations for a System Review with that of an Engagement Review and address recent peer review guidance impacting both. We will review the ongoing qualifications of a RAB member. Additionally, we will discuss the RAB observation process and the ways to improve overall quality and consistency of the RAB process.
Highlighting resources and tools to assist you in fulfilling your responsibilities as you’re serving as a RAB member.
Who Will Benefit
New RAB members
- RAB Member Responsibilities
- RAB Member Qualifications and Training Requirements
- RAB Meeting Preparation
- Peer Review Guidance Affecting the Report Acceptance Process
- Recall the responsibilities, qualifications, and training requirements of RAB members.
- Identify preparation considerations for RAB meetings.
- Identify peer review acceptance and monitoring considerations.
- Recognize peer review guidance affecting the report acceptance process.
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