Modern Techniques in Auditing
and Financial Control.
13 – 17 November 2023
Johannesbug South Africa
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R16, 999.00 Per Delegate
Public R14, 999.00
Online R10, 999.00
The audit starts when accounting ends. The majority of organisations are capable of finalize their financial statements at the end of the year, and hence, auditors have just limited time to complete their auditing tasks. An auditor needs to be vigilant and has to ensure fairness, accuracy and the reliability of financial statements while carrying out audits within an ever-shorter period
- Identify and apply financial control and audit knowledge and skills.
- Appreciate how working capital might be optimized and controlled.
- Understand the need for close control and forecasting of cash flow.
- Analyse the need to identify cost accounting methods and techniques and appreciate their role in financial control and management.
- Review a variety of audit techniques and models.
- Use budgeting and project financial control methodologies.
- Carry out interpretation of accounting information analyses within the financial control context and audit.
- Appreciate the role of risk management in the financial control context and audit.
- Review the role of auditing and financial reporting from the point of view of the financial controller.
Who Should Attend:
- Financial professionals responsible for financial control and treasurers.
- Finance Officers
- Accounting Officers
- Project Managers
- Financial professionals working in other areas who are seeking both to widen and update their knowledge and skills.
- Introduction, financial policies and working capital management.
What is financial control and whose responsibility is it?
- What financial control can do?
- What financial control cannot?
- Financial policies:
- Monitoring and control.
- Working capital management and control.
- Stock control and inventory.
- Debtors (receivables) control.
- Creditors (payables) control.
- Working capital cycle.
- Optimizing working capital.
- Cash flow management, forecasting, budgeting and value chain analysis.
- Cash flow management and control.
- Elements of cash flow management.
- Cash flow forecasting.
- Cash flow budgeting.
- Introduction of cost accounting methods and techniques.
- Absorption costing and Marginal costing.
- Contribution analysis.
- Cost volume profit (break even) analysis.
- Forecasting, budgeting, project financial control and the interpretation of accounting information.
- Variety and appropriate models:
- Non mathematical.
- Budgeting for financial control.
- The financial control of projects.
- Interpretation of accounting information.
- Risk management, auditing and financial reporting.
- Auditing and its role in financial control.
- Financial reporting.
IN HOUSE AND ONLINE TRAINING
While both In-House and Online training can present with cost-effectiveness and time-efficacy, there are some very specific differences between in-house courses and those based online.
The demand for additional courses by individuals or groups of people is increasing. Still, it depends entirely on the preferences of a person what type of training he or she wants to receive. Online courses and in-house training carry some similarities but they are considered to exhibit some very pivotal differences too. Despite that, both types of learning can be really beneficial for attendees.