General and application information technology controls. The identification of weaknesses, risks, controls and engagement procedures for the human resources and payroll, inventory and bank and cash business processes. Assurance engagements (control, compliance and financial audit engagements). Safety, health and environmental audit engagements. Sustainability assurance engagements. Quantitative techniques, data analytics and computer assisted audit techniques. Risk-based, compliance, operational, forensic and consulting audit engagements. Introduction to the public sector internal audit environment. Corporate Governance, relevant legislation and other guidelines that affect the internal audit profession. Audit communication.
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