Audit Staff Essentials - Experienced In-Charge/Senior
Take the next steps on your audit learning journey.
NASBA Field of Study
Lynford Graham, Tom Noce
Supports senior auditors
Gain a comprehensive knowledge base so you are well-prepared to become a well-rounded audit professional.
Learn best practices on increasingly advanced audit topics as you explore complex topics like revenue recognition, income taxes, estimates and fair value, financial reporting, and the auditor's report.
Meets a range of needs
You can master your current position or prepare to progress through your career — or even join other staff members for your firm's comprehensive group training program.
Level 4 courses — also available a la carte:
- Engagement Management and Supervision
- Risk Assessment and Advanced Internal Control Considerations
- Auditing Revenue Recognition
- Auditing Deferred Income Taxes
- Auditing Estimates and Fair Value
- Using a Service Organization and the Use of a Specialist
- Overview of Financial Reporting
- Concluding the Audit - Reporting and Engagement Administration
- New in-charge and experienced audit staff with more than two to three years of audit experience
- Risk assessment
- Internal controls
- Engagement management and supervision
- Revenue recognition
- Estimates and fair value measurements
- Complex topics including pensions, leases, equity, and income taxes
- Using a service organization
- Financial reporting
- Concluding the audit
- Apply the key skills related to engagement management and supervision.
- Apply the procedures needed in increasingly complex audit and accounting areas.
- Identify the considerations for proper financial reporting, including financial statement preparation.
- Identify the components of an auditor's report and under which circumstances modifications will be made.
Group ordering for your team
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