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52.50 CPE Hours (Category 1, Category 2, Category 3)
Classroom

Group Package at 15% off (Register for 3 or more pax and enjoy the special rate!)

Programme Objective

Ever wonder why you need to perform a specific audit procedure and when to perform the audit procedure?   Designed for audit working paper preparers, PAW – AWP aims to provide practical guidance in the application of the audit concepts and audit documentation requirements.  Using case studies of Singapore incorporated company, you will be able to understand the rationale of audit planning, performing the audit procedure, applying the relevant audit procedure, the documentation requirements and be exposed to common audit exceptions and complexities.  This course provides a consistent audit approach using ISCA AMSE as the audit tool, incorporating the latest development in auditing standards.

Programme Outline

At the end of the 7-day PAW–AWP, you will be able to:

  • Recognize the role, ethical and professional requirements and responsibilities of the various levels of audit engagement team members
  • Understand the key audit concepts and requirements through the various audit case study examples:
    • Audit evidence
    • Audit sampling
    • Audit documentation;
       
  • Understand the objective of work paper preparation, including recommended practices in work paper preparation, and apply the audit documentation techniques;
  • Understand the business processes and documentation techniques in the audit planning process, in the following areas:
    • Client and engagement acceptance;
    • Audit planning process and risk assessment requirements;
    • Identification of possible audit risk areas through the understanding the client’s business and economic environment, the client’s internal control system, changes in client's financial position and results of operations from the previous year;
    • Audit procedures over the design and implementation of the client’s system of internal controls and the designing of effective tests of controls;
    • Recommendation for Audit Partner’s approval the relevant audit procedures necessary to obtain reasonable assurance over the audit;
    • Financial reporting process
    • Revenue cycle
    • Expenditure cycle
       
  • Understand and apply the relevant audit concepts and documentation techniques while performing the audit procedures in the following areas:
    • Cash
    • Property, plant and equipment
    • Loans
    • Trade and other receivables
    • Investments
    • Inventories
    • Trade and other payables
    • Income tax payable and deferred tax liabilities
    • Profit and loss accounts (revenue, cost of sales and operating expenses)
       
  • Understand and apply the relevant audit concepts and documentation techniques while performing the audit procedures in the audit of management judgment and estimates, such as:
    • Impairment for non-current assets;
    • Provisions, warranties and claims;
    • Related party transactions and balances;
    • Reliance on third party experts; etc.
       
  • Understand and apply the concept of audit procedures and documentation requirements in relation to the audit completion process; and
  • Understand and be able to help improve the overall audit efficiency and effectiveness by assisting in the audit planning process and highlighting audit exceptions for resolution by the senior engagement team members, where applicable.

Closing Date for Registration

1 week before programme or until full enrolment

If the registration is closed, please contact cpe@isca.org.sg if you wish to be notified when the next intake is opened for registration.

Training Methodology

Lecture style with exercises/Case Studies

Assessment

Assessments will be conducted during mid and end of workshop.

Rescheduling of Assessment Date 

Participants can request for a rescheduling of assessment date. An administrative fee of $53.50 (including GST) will be payable. This fee will be waived if the rescheduling is due to medical or compassionate reason. Please provide relevant supporting documents.

Re-assessment

Participants who do not score an overall pass for the assessments can request for a re-assessment. An administrative fee of $107.00 (including GST) will be payable. A re-assessment will be arranged within 14 working days from the last day of the course. Participants may attempt the re-assessment once only.

Click PAW homepage for details on Practical Audit Workshop.

Intended For

Audit working paper preparers of small and medium-sized public accounting firms (SMPs).

Schedule & Fees

Testimonial

Funding

No funding Available!

Programme Facilitator(s)

Group Package at 15% off (Register for 3 or more pax and enjoy the special rate!)

Programme Objective

Ever wonder why you need to perform a specific audit procedure and when to perform the audit procedure?   Designed for audit working paper preparers, PAW – AWP aims to provide practical guidance in the application of the audit concepts and audit documentation requirements.  Using case studies of Singapore incorporated company, you will be able to understand the rationale of audit planning, performing the audit procedure, applying the relevant audit procedure, the documentation requirements and be exposed to common audit exceptions and complexities.  This course provides a consistent audit approach using ISCA AMSE as the audit tool, incorporating the latest development in auditing standards.

Programme Outline

At the end of the 7-day PAW–AWP, you will be able to:

  • Recognize the role, ethical and professional requirements and responsibilities of the various levels of audit engagement team members
  • Understand the key audit concepts and requirements through the various audit case study examples:
    • Audit evidence
    • Audit sampling
    • Audit documentation;
       
  • Understand the objective of work paper preparation, including recommended practices in work paper preparation, and apply the audit documentation techniques;
  • Understand the business processes and documentation techniques in the audit planning process, in the following areas:
    • Client and engagement acceptance;
    • Audit planning process and risk assessment requirements;
    • Identification of possible audit risk areas through the understanding the client’s business and economic environment, the client’s internal control system, changes in client's financial position and results of operations from the previous year;
    • Audit procedures over the design and implementation of the client’s system of internal controls and the designing of effective tests of controls;
    • Recommendation for Audit Partner’s approval the relevant audit procedures necessary to obtain reasonable assurance over the audit;
    • Financial reporting process
    • Revenue cycle
    • Expenditure cycle
       
  • Understand and apply the relevant audit concepts and documentation techniques while performing the audit procedures in the following areas:
    • Cash
    • Property, plant and equipment
    • Loans
    • Trade and other receivables
    • Investments
    • Inventories
    • Trade and other payables
    • Income tax payable and deferred tax liabilities
    • Profit and loss accounts (revenue, cost of sales and operating expenses)
       
  • Understand and apply the relevant audit concepts and documentation techniques while performing the audit procedures in the audit of management judgment and estimates, such as:
    • Impairment for non-current assets;
    • Provisions, warranties and claims;
    • Related party transactions and balances;
    • Reliance on third party experts; etc.
       
  • Understand and apply the concept of audit procedures and documentation requirements in relation to the audit completion process; and
  • Understand and be able to help improve the overall audit efficiency and effectiveness by assisting in the audit planning process and highlighting audit exceptions for resolution by the senior engagement team members, where applicable.

Closing Date for Registration

1 week before programme or until full enrolment

If the registration is closed, please contact cpe@isca.org.sg if you wish to be notified when the next intake is opened for registration.

Training Methodology

Lecture style with exercises/Case Studies

Assessment

Assessments will be conducted during mid and end of workshop.

Rescheduling of Assessment Date 

Participants can request for a rescheduling of assessment date. An administrative fee of $53.50 (including GST) will be payable. This fee will be waived if the rescheduling is due to medical or compassionate reason. Please provide relevant supporting documents.

Re-assessment

Participants who do not score an overall pass for the assessments can request for a re-assessment. An administrative fee of $107.00 (including GST) will be payable. A re-assessment will be arranged within 14 working days from the last day of the course. Participants may attempt the re-assessment once only.

Click PAW homepage for details on Practical Audit Workshop.

Intended For

Audit working paper preparers of small and medium-sized public accounting firms (SMPs).

Programme Facilitator(s)


No course instances or course instance sessions available.