The basics of audit methodology

Auditors audit processes not people and use the methodology outlined in the IPPF to achieve this in an objective manner. This training defines the approach to apply to every assignment from the planning phase to the close. It will outline tools and methods to apply to all types of assignment.


DateDuréeTarif HTModalitéInfos pratiquesFiche formation
20/09/20223 jour(s)*Déjeûner(s) inclus
Adhérent : 1810 €
Non adhérent : 1950 €

Horaires : 8h45 - 17h30

Lieu : Paris intra muros

Places disponibles :

Crédits CPE : 21


Internal auditors – beginners or experienced



Objectifs pédagogiques

Understand the different stages of an audit assignment

Define the assignment objectives in line with the risks of the audited activity

Gather evidence to achieve these assignment objectives

Assess the quality of the audit evidence collected

Develop audit recommendations able to leverage change


Internal Audit : definitions and position on governance

Internal Audit assignment process overview

Planning phase of an audit assignment :

– Assignment letter

– Stakeholder needs

– Risk Analysis

– Process Mapping / Flowcharts

– Risk Control Matrices

– Identify audit criteria

– Define a work programme

Fieldwork phase of an audit assignment

– The quality of audit evidence

– Testing documentation

– Observation sheets

– Definition of Recommendations


Powerpoint slides, exercises and case studies, technical sheets and bibliography


An experienced internal auditor

Les + de la formation
  • Full coverage of audit methodology according to the IIA standards
    Plenty of exercises including case studies