Audit Staff Essentials – New Staff Core Concepts

Description

Designed to be a companion to New Staff: Practical Application, this curriculum provides a groundwork of conceptual knowledge for all future learning to be built upon. The courses in this curriculum provide a framework of knowledge that will build a successful auditor and member of the firm.

This curriculum introduces the audit from the firm’s perspective, covering core concepts that staff need to understand early in their careers, including the dynamics of in-firm and client relationships. With this knowledge, and the hands-on learning provided in New Staff: Practical Application, first-year audit staff will possess the skills they need to succeed.

Learning Objectives
  • Understand the purpose of an audit
  • Understand the phases of an audit and the different types of procedures performed during each phase
  • Understand the functions of common working papers, including the trial balance, lead sheets, and financial statements
  • Identify key concepts and techniques of interpersonal behavior and communication
  • Recall the basics of the audit risk model, including assertions
  • Identify the purpose and importance of audit documentation and the fundamental principles and their application
Major Topics
  • Audit basics
  • New auditor’s role in an engagement
  • Key communication skills
  • Working papers and documentation
  • Audit risk model
  • Professional skepticism
Provider
AICPA
Course Level
Basic
CPE Field of Study
Auditing
12.5
Who Should Attend
Recently on-boarded staff
First-year staff
Firms that want consistent training and level setting
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When
Available 24/7
Location
Online
Total CPE Credits
12.5
Format
On-Demand

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Audit Staff Essentials – New Staff Core Concepts


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