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Training for Business Professionals

Who Should Attend?
​Accounting and other
business professionals that
would benefit by knowing
more about internal control
concepts.
Area of Study:
Accounting

Level:
Basic


Credit:
2 hours

Prerequisite:
None

Advance Preparation:
None

Type:
Group Internet Based


Date Available:
June 1

Course code:

ICDCW

 Internal Control Creation and Design Concepts

The steps used to build controls are often very unofficial in nature. Successful control creators generally operate by establishing a measure creation process. They also have an understanding what is behind the need to create and change internal controls.  This session looks at concepts that underlie the development of an internal control creation process. It also reviews the forces that drive the need for new or updated measures and spends time focused on the high rate of change that is affecting businesses and therefore internal control maintenance processes. 

 Learning Objectives:
Once participants have completed this session they should be able to:

  - List steps that should be included as new measures are created or existing one are updated.
  - Define the reasons the drive internal control change.
  - Explain of the rapid rate of change, including the growing dependence on technology is a factor as controls systems are     
    maintained.
Course Highlights:
This session is taught via the use of case studies adapted from real world examples. These studies are designed to show participants the importance of a complete system of internal control. The topics discussed in this session include:

  - Developing a control measure creation process
  - Organizational controls

  - Addressing the growing risk related to business technology