Becoming an AICPA Peer Review Team or Review Captain
Learn the foundation of an effective peer review engagement in this two-part online course.
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AICPA Peer Review Program Staff
Become a certified peer review team captain!
Learn the foundation of an effective peer review engagement and evaluation of a firm's system of quality control under the AICPA Practice-Monitoring Program.
As a future team and/or review captain, you will learn to successfully plan for, perform, and report on both system and engagement reviews. This two−part CPE course features an online self-study module and a group−study course entitled Becoming an AICPA Peer Review Team or Review Captain: Case Study Application. Completion of both parts is required to become certified qualified as a peer review team captain
- Those who wish to become peer review team captain qualified.
- Evaluation of a firm's system of quality control
- Steps in a peer review engagement
- Writing peer review reports
- Assisting firms in preparing letters of response
- Planning and conducting the exit conference
- The role and qualifications of the peer reviewer in system and engagement reviews
- Objectives and requirements related to peer reviews in a peer review program
- Engagement reviews and their distinct differences from system reviews
- Distinguish between the processes to effectively plan system and engagement peer reviews
- Identify steps needed to understand a firm's system of quality control
- Identify the differences between the various types of peer review reports
- Select different recommendations for follow-up action to the administering entity
- Identify the impact and effect that organizational issues have on a firm's system of quality control
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