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Risk and Controls Self-Study Series   

9

Total CPE
Tuition
$495.00
Approximate Length
08:30:00
Course Number
20-CU-400
9

Total CPE
Tuition
$495.00
Approximate Length
08:30:00
Course Number
20-CU-400

Course Details

The Risk and Controls Self-Study Series provides an overview of why organizations design and implement controls throughout their organization. It focuses on the requirements around controls and why and how organizations use internal controls to manage their risk.

This series introduces key concepts such as the following:

  • Why internal controls exist
  • Authoritative requirements and other guidance related to controls
  • Understanding and documenting processes, risks, and controls
  • Using flowcharts to document process activities, risk areas, and controls
  • Types of risks and controls
  • Typical components of an ICFR Framework
  • Management review controls
  • Information produced by the entity

The Risk and Controls Series consists of six digital self-studies:

  • Introduction to Processes, Risks, and Controls
  • COSO 2013: Framework Components, Principles, and Points of Focus
  • Introduction to Internal Control over Financial Reporting
  • Process Flowcharting
  • Introduction to Management Review Controls
  • Introduction to Information Produced by the Entity

Keywords: Internal Controls, Risks, Processes, COSO, ERM, Enterprise Risk Management, Fraud, Testing Controls, Framework, 2013, ICFR, SEC, Components, Principles, Points of Focus, Control Environment, Risk Assessment, Control Activities, Information and Communications, Monitoring Activities, Major Deficiency, Material Weakness, SAPA 11, Internal Control Over Financial Reporting, SOX, Sarbanes Oxley, PCAOB AS No. 5, COSO 2013 Framework, Integrated Audit, Auditing, ICFR Framework, General Computer Controls, IT General Controls, Process Flow, Flowcharting, Understanding the Entity, ICOFR, Flow of Information, MRC, Management Review Controls, IPE, Information Produced by Entity, Relevant Data, Data, Report, Evidence, Electronic Audit Evidence, Information Used in a Control, Information Used, Accounting, Auditing, Business Management and Organization

Other Details

Special Notice/Instruction: CPE credits will be awarded for each individual self-study upon successful completion of the content and passing the exam with a grade of 70 or higher. In accordance with NASBA requirements, you must complete and pass the exam within one year of your enrollment in the program.

NASBA Delivery Type: Self-Study

Advance Preparation: There is no advance preparation for this course.

These courses are mobile-compatible.


Level of Knowledge: Basic
Field of Study: Auditing - 8, Business Management & Organization - 1
Delivery Method: Web Based Self Study

The Risk and Controls Self-Study Series provides an overview of why organizations design and implement controls throughout their organization. It focuses on the requirements around controls and why and how organizations use internal controls to manage their risk.

This series introduces key concepts such as the following:

  • Why internal controls exist
  • Authoritative requirements and other guidance related to controls
  • Understanding and documenting processes, risks, and controls
  • Using flowcharts to document process activities, risk areas, and controls
  • Types of risks and controls
  • Typical components of an ICFR Framework
  • Management review controls
  • Information produced by the entity

The Risk and Controls Series consists of six digital self-studies:

  • Introduction to Processes, Risks, and Controls
  • COSO 2013: Framework Components, Principles, and Points of Focus
  • Introduction to Internal Control over Financial Reporting
  • Process Flowcharting
  • Introduction to Management Review Controls
  • Introduction to Information Produced by the Entity

Keywords: Internal Controls, Risks, Processes, COSO, ERM, Enterprise Risk Management, Fraud, Testing Controls, Framework, 2013, ICFR, SEC, Components, Principles, Points of Focus, Control Environment, Risk Assessment, Control Activities, Information and Communications, Monitoring Activities, Major Deficiency, Material Weakness, SAPA 11, Internal Control Over Financial Reporting, SOX, Sarbanes Oxley, PCAOB AS No. 5, COSO 2013 Framework, Integrated Audit, Auditing, ICFR Framework, General Computer Controls, IT General Controls, Process Flow, Flowcharting, Understanding the Entity, ICOFR, Flow of Information, MRC, Management Review Controls, IPE, Information Produced by Entity, Relevant Data, Data, Report, Evidence, Electronic Audit Evidence, Information Used in a Control, Information Used, Accounting, Auditing, Business Management and Organization

Special Notice/Instruction: CPE credits will be awarded for each individual self-study upon successful completion of the content and passing the exam with a grade of 70 or higher. In accordance with NASBA requirements, you must complete and pass the exam within one year of your enrollment in the program.

NASBA Delivery Type: Self-Study

Advance Preparation: There is no advance preparation for this course.

These courses are mobile-compatible.


Level of Knowledge: Basic
Field of Study: Auditing - 8, Business Management & Organization - 1
Delivery Method: Web Based Self Study