New Staff: Core Concepts - New Auditor's Role on the Engagement Team
This CPE course will enlighten new audit staff members on what to expect on the job. It discusses roles and responsibilities, behavior expectations, how to handle clients and common issues, and offers tips for success.
NASBA Field of Study
Lynford Graham, Tom Noce
This CPE course can be purchased individually, or as a part of the Audit Staff Essentials – New Staff: Core Concepts staff training bundle.
Learn what to expect on the job as a new staff auditor.
Understand your roles and responsibilities, including what jobs will be performed, what rules to follow, and behavior expectations.
In this CPE self-study course, you will learn about self−evaluation and tips for success, as well as how to handle clients and client information.
Practice troubleshooting common issues encountered as you discover how to successfully deal with these difficulties.
- Recently onboarded staff
- First-year staff
- Firms that want consistent training and level setting
- Relevant professional standards
- Success and survival in public accounting
- Self-evaluation for success
- New roles
- Common issues encountered
- Recognize the concerns new staff often face when beginning their first job in a CPA firm.
- Identify the roles new staff fill in CPA firms and on audit engagement teams, basics regarding expected work, and common issues encountered.
- Recall professional standards related to issues, such as client confidentiality and working paper security.
Group ordering for your team
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