Certified in Auditing (CIA)

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About Course

Auditing is concerned with the verification of accounting data by determining the accuracy and reliability of accounting statements and reports.

The Report of the Committee on Basic Auditing Concepts of the American Accounting Association (AAA) defines,

What Will You Learn?

  • Primary Objectives of Audit
  • The main objectives of the audit are known as the primary objectives of the audit.
  • They are as follows:
  • Examining the system of internal check.
  • Checking arithmetical accuracy of books of accounts, verifying posting, casting, balancing, etc.
  • Verifying the authenticity and validity of transactions.
  • Checking the proper distinction between capital and revenue nature of transactions.
  • Confirming the existence and value of assets and liabilities.
  • Subsidiary Objectives of Audit
  • These are such objectives that are set up to help in attaining primary objectives.
  • They are as follows:
  • Detection and prevention of errors.
  • Detection and prevention of fraud.
  • Under-or over-valuation of stock.

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Course Curriculum

Module 1

  • Chapter 1 the Auditor’s Responsibilities Relating to Fraud in an Audit of Financial Statements
  • Chapter 2 Planning
  • Chapter 3 Internal Control and Risk Assessment

Module 2

  • Chapter 4 Audit Evidence
  • Chapter 5 Audit sampling and substantive procedures
  • Chapter 6 Specific items (ISA 501, Audit evidence – Specific Considerations for Selected Items and ISA 505, External Confirmations)
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Module 3

  • Chapter 7 Internal Auditing (ISA 610, Using the Work of Internal Auditors)
  • Chapter 8 Reporting
  • Assignments

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  • Draft Lesson
  • Auditing

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