Focus & Features

This program will provide a framework to assist participants to develop their capability particularly in the area of leadership. The program is designed with the following objectives:

  • To develop an understanding of the roles and responsibilities of an Auditor In Charge (AIC)
  • To introduce and understand the critical skills and capabilities necessary to be an effective AIC
  • To provide a framework on how to further develop leadership skills to advance from auditor to Auditor in charge or Supervisor

What You Will Learn

Auditor In Charge Roles and Responsibilities

  • Relevant Standards and Guidance
  • Key Roles of An AIC
  • Effective Skills and Qualities

Engagement Planning

  • Considerations in the Annual Audit Plan
  • General Types of Engagements
  • Other Types of Engagements
  • AIC Role in Engagement Planning
  • Objectives
  • Scope
  • Timing
  • Staffing Considerations
  • Work Program
  • Auditor's Responsibility on Fraud

Engagement Execution

  • AIC Role
  • Time Management
  • Evaluating the Issues
  • Selling Your Findings
  • Exit Meeting

Engagement Reporting

  • AIC Role
  • Consideration of Relevant Standards
  • Audit Report
  • Moving Management Towards Change

Engagement Conclusion

  • AIC Role
  • Wrapping up the Audit
  • Client Survey
  • Team Performance Feedback
  • Lessons Learned
  • Tracking and Closure of Issues

Who Should Attend

This seminar is ideal for auditors who are starting to be given responsibilities to lead audit engagements or experienced AICs/supervisors who want to increase their effectiveness in managing audit engagements and all auditors who want to learn how audit engagements should be managed.

Number of CPE units: 7


  1. Cancellations received 48 hours before the seminar date and no-show will be charged 50% of the registration fee. Request for refund of the remaining fee must be done through email. Expect at least two weeks of processing time upon verification of refund.
  2. Substitutions are allowed if the membership status of the two participants is the same; otherwise, the difference in the ticket price must be settled.


IIAP's new bank account information under UNIONBANK OF THE PHILIPPINES (UBP)

Note that the submission of Proof of Payment is still mandatory for Official Receipt (OR) issuance.


Bank Details

Account Name : Institute of Internal Auditors Philippines, Inc.


Branch : Insular Ayala-Paseo Branch

Bank Address : GF Insular Life Building Ayala Avenue corner

Paseo de Roxas Makati City

Swift Code : UBPHPHMM

Account no. : 0030 6000 2627 (Peso Checking Account)

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