Enhance your existing knowledge in assessing internal controls and sampling for defined contribution, defined benefit, and health and welfare plan audits. In this CPE course, explore how sampling and internal controls are used to achieve engagement objectives on employee benefit plan audits and perform group exercises related to internal controls in an EBP audit.
NASBA Field of Study
Melissa G. Critcher, JulieAnn C. Verrekia, Alice Evans
Understanding an employee benefit plan's internal control is key to performing a quality, efficient audit. This module is part of Advanced Auditing for Employee Benefit Plans. This interactive online self-study course covers many of the same competencies found on the advanced employee benefit plans audit certificate exams. To learn more, visit the Employee Benefit Plans Audit Certificate Programs website for more information on the certificates and additional learning options.
In this new CPE course, you will explore the knowledge and skills necessary to assess the employee benefit plan's system of internal controls. Learn how to identify the plan controls needed to achieve the engagement objectives. Assessing internal controls also includes the knowledge and skills necessary to work with SOC 1 reports in these types of engagements.
This enhanced on-demand format incorporates all available features including full audio, 3D animation, and video to improve the learning experience by leveraging technology and social platforms for peer-to-peer engagement. "Whiteboarding" and interactive exercises offer a dynamic presentation of relevant content that help the learner master the desired learning outcomes.
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