A comprehensive audit workshop that focuses on the challenges facing SME Auditors and how they can produce compliant audit files based on the advent of FRS 102 and Companies Act 2014.
This seminar will provide practical examples of common audit issues that affect Irish auditors dealing with SME clients. It will take real life issues from planning and risk identification, through execution and documentation all the way to forming an opinion in accordance with the Clarity ISAs UK and Ireland.
The ever popular audit workshop has been updated in 2016 to reflect the requirements of both Companies Act 2014 and FRS 102. In the 2016 workshop we will focus on the changes and issues created by the recent total overhaul of our financial reporting framework. The notes for the seminar have been updated to reflect the changes that are likely to impact on SME Auditors and they are packed with the most recent practical guidance available containing almost 500 pages of valuable templates, checklists, practical examples and concise technical information that you will be able to use and refer to again and again.
In order to make an often difficult topic more digestible for Irish accountants we have broken this down into 13 bite size separate and distinct sessions that will bring attendees on a compelling journey of compliant auditing. This fast moving engaging seminar will move through and focus on the key challenges that face Irish auditors giving practical “how to” responses in each area, with a view to helping attendees create audit files that will satisfy the monitors and the monitoring process.
For anyone who is working in audit this seminar allows you comply with your Core Competency Audit CPD requirements, while giving a practical and concise update in relation to how to perform effective and efficient audits within the parameters of the monitoring visit regime.
Auditing Standards Overview and Acceptance & Continuance
Des co-founded OmniPro in 2005 and has been involved in all aspects of the company’s establishment and growth to its current status. He speaks extensively on the subjects of Auditing, Accounting, Practice Development and Strategic Planning, nationally and internationally. He is a member of the Auditing Practices Board SME Audit Sub Committee. Des works with Irish and international practices on technical, regulatory and strategic issues and his current roles within the OmniPro group include Managing Director at OmniPro, editor at AccountingNet.ie and developer and innovator for the Accountants Resource Centre. He is a regular contributor to the profession through a combination of seminars, publications, articles, tools and new processes.