New Quality Management Standards Webinar Series
Gain a thorough understanding of risk assessment and quality management to create effective quality management systems for your firm’s A&A practice.
NASBA Field of Study
Jeffrey Rapaglia, Sherry Chesser, Alan Long
Boost your understanding of the new quality management standards
The QM standards have been revised — and now is the time to gain an understanding of the new requirements and begin your implementation plans.
Based upon feedback and tailored to meet the needs of firms of varying sizes, the new QM standards have a risk-based approach that requires firms to customize the design, implementation and operation of their system of quality. It is no longer one-size-fits-all. Get the information you need to transition efficiently and effectively.
Bundle and don’t miss anything
In this bundled, four-part webcast series, you’ll gain a thorough understanding of:
- The new QM standards
- Fundamentals of risk assessment for quality management
- What’s expected of CPAs and firms under the new QM standards
- Changes to the monitoring and remediation processes
- And much more
You’ll take a deep dive into aspects of the Auditing Standard Board’s (ASB) Statement on Quality Management Standards (SQMS) No. 1, A Firm’s System of Quality Management.
Attendance in each webcast in this four-part series will earn you one CPE. You can participate in one or all based on your interest in the topics and in any order. Each webcast will be rebroadcasted in December.
- Quality management
- Peer review
- Identify the steps to performing a risk assessment under the new QM standards.
- Recognize the components of QM standards.
- Identify responsibilities for everyone involved in QM systems.
- Recognize the engagement partner’s responsibility for quality management at the engagement level.
- Analyze how deficiencies are identified and learn how to evaluate their severity.
Who Will Benefit
- Peer reviewers
- QM directors
- AICPA members
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