This multi-course training bundle focuses on enhancing first year audit staff’s practical skillset. It covers internal controls, fraud considerations, analytical procedures, and more. This is a companion course to New Staff: Core Concepts.
NASBA Field of Study
Tom Noce, Lynford Graham
As you take on new audit roles and responsibilities, you'll want to have in place a strong conceptual groundwork for all future audit learning.
Part of Audit Staff Essentials (ASE), Level 2: New Staff: Practical Application focuses on the skills and knowledge needed to perform duties commonly assigned to first-year audit staff.
Level 2 covers the audit process, including practical, hands-on training for internal controls, substantive testing, fraud considerations, analytical procedures, and much more. Availability separately, Level 2 courses include:
When taken together with Level 1 - New Staff: Core Concepts, this level will help you become a successful auditor and firm member right from the start!
From start to finish, Audit Staff Essentials (ASE) provides the training road-map and support you need along your career journey. Designed to help you master your current position and excel in each phase of your career, this 4-level self-study series offers four unique levels that cover hands-on technical skills, conceptual expertise, and soft skill training.
Regularly refreshed, this 4-part series is perfect for individual staff members or as a comprehensive group training program for firms. Get ready to position yourself or your staff members to become successful auditors and essential firm members. Levels include:
For more information, including a short video, FAQs, group sales discounts and more, visit Audit Staff Essentials (ASE).
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