In order to support the growing business, most companies often encounter the need to invest in additional infrastructure, be it in new facilities or expanding current facilities. As these construction projects involve huge sums of capital expenditure, there is a critical need to safeguard the company's investment by ensuring that construction projects are well-controlled as with any business operations. Both internal auditors and project teams need to be equipped with the right capability and tools to design and execute construction site audits and consults commensurate with the risks involved.
This program provides a basic understanding of Construction projects auditing principles and tools both for auditors as well as non-auditors with internal control responsibilities. The methodologies include a combination of lectures, case studies and discussions to provide a comprehensive learning process.
This is intended to be a basic* overview course to help get internal auditors started on construction project audits. This is also applicable to anyone who is simply interested in the construction process – whether on a large-scale (such as when you are handling a big project) or on a smaller scale (such as when you are planning to build your own home).
Topic 1 - Construction Audit Overview
Topic 2 - Construction Audit Execution
Topic 3 - Auditing Construction Processes, Policies, Procedures & Controls
Date and Time: September 22, 2023 | 9am - 12noon, 1pm - 4pm
September 16, 2023 | 9am - 12noon
Number of CPE Units: 9
CANCELLATION & SUBSTITUTION POLICY
Cancellations received less than 24 hours prior to the event or after receiving the final confirmation email and zoom link will be charged a cancellation fee, which is 50% of the registration fee.
Substitutions are allowed within the same event without incurring a cancellation fee.
(Rate should be the same, if not, difference should be paid)
No-show registrants will be charged 50% of the registration fee.
Risk Management and Internal Audit Professional
Virtual set-up/via ZoomSee route