– focused expansion of quality management and control within the internal audit function –
In support of qualitative audit control, course participants receive a broad overview of options for surveying quality indicators. These also are in conformance with quality assessment (QA) standard established by the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA), the Quality Self-Assessment Tool (Q-SAT) developed by the Institute of Internal Auditing Switzerland = IIAS / Schweizerischer Verband für Interne Revision = SVIR) and the relevant standard issued by the German Institute for Internal Auditing (Deutsches Institut für Interne Revision = DIIR). This selection of indicators enables clients to measure the success of their audit operations continuously throughout the course of the audit process. On the basis of these prerequisites, clients can advance the development of their audit operations in a structured manner and communicate with their staff regarding strengths and weaknesses within the audit process.
Definition of the terms “quality” and “quality management” (QM)
Methods for establishing a quality-management system
Demands of national and international standards regarding up-to-date quality management within the audit function
Which stakeholder groups within a company demand quality management from the internal audit function?
Analysis of internal audit’s added-value chain
Methodic modular system for identifying significant interfaces
Requirements for a comprehensive QM cockpit
Target-group-oriented analysis of various QM-benchmarking indicators
Relevant issues and measurement approaches for meaningful QM within the internal audit function
Establishment of a key-performance-indicator (KPI) approach throughout the primary and secondary process chains
Creation of meaningful framework conditions
Detailed options for the implementation of audit operations in a practical environment
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