Audit Staff Essentials - Experienced Staff/New In-Charge
Level 3 of Audit Staff Essentials: Designed to deepen knowledge into investments, intangibles, goodwill, and other complex areas — the key to become a successful and well-rounded audit staff member.
NASBA Field of Study
Lynford Graham, Tom Noce
Level 3, Experienced Staff/New In-Charge
Learn how to apply best practices for increasingly advanced audit topics and explore the content areas that distinguish a well-rounded audit professional.
In this third level, designed for experienced staff or new in−charge staff members, you will explore the following topics (which are also available individually):
- Engagement Management and Supervision
- Research Tools
- Risk Assessment
- Further Auditing Procedures
- Working Paper Review
- Understanding the Concept of Sampling
- Understanding the Concept of Sampling - Substantive Sampling
- Auditing Contingent Liabilities and Going Concern
- Auditing Investments
- Auditing Intangible Assets and Goodwill
- Experienced staff
- New in-charge auditors
- Firms that want consistent training and level setting
- Auditor responsibilities
- Risk assessment
- Engagement management and supervision
- Working paper review
- Sampling and sampling substantive sampling as concepts
- Auditing contingent liabilities and going concern
- Auditing investments
- Auditing intangible assets and goodwill
- Research tools
- Identify and perform the core responsibilities of the in-charge auditor, including materiality, risk assessment, and audit strategy.
- Effectively test controls, including gathering evidence of effectiveness, assessing deficiencies, and communicating findings.
- Design and perform substantive procedures, including substantive analytical procedures, and substantive tests of details.
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