When you’re starting out in the profession, it’s important that you understand the essentials, from what good corporate governance looks like to how to build strong interpersonal skills.
Those at practitioner level should have a developed understanding of what internal audit involves, including how to measure effectiveness, carry out integrated reporting and manage a dispersed team, ...
As a Professional (HIA), its pivotal that you understand how to develop yourself and your team as well as build powerful partnerships with the board.
Learn how to audit specific areas of an organisation. Our guides cover key business functions and the associated risks to help you plan an internal audit.
This should provide auditors with good understanding on board diversity and assessing whether a board is diverse.
An overview of business continuity, the planning process, relevant legislation and standards and the work that internal audit can do in this area.
Top tips on implementing a regulatory compliance framework. Develop compliance methodology, policies, procedures and a training programme.
How to mitigate health and safety risks and avoid possible prosecution in light of the Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007.
How to plan your internal audit of the customer services function. We highlight the risks.
A new European directive on data protection came into force in 2018. Internal auditors need to understand how this affects their organisation.