will provide participants with an overview of the new IPPF, introduce them to the
IIA’s new Implementation Guidance and identify
the changes to the Standards effective from January 2017.
What I will learn
- What is the structure of the new IPPF and how does
this differ from the previous version?
- What is the purpose of new Implementation Guidance?
- How do I use Supplemental Guidance?
- What new Standards were introduced in January 2017?
- Which existing Standards have been updated?
- Where do I find out more information about the IPPF and Standards?
Who should attend
- Internal Auditors
- Audit Committee Members
Chair | IIA Global Professional Responsibilities and Ethics
Managing Partner | Pitt Group
Sally-Anne Pitt has a Bachelor of Applied Science, Master
of Public Policy and post-graduate business studies from the Darden Business
School, University of Virginia (USA). She is a Professional Member of the
Institute of Internal Auditors Australia (IIA-A), a Certified Internal Auditor
(CIA), Certified Government Auditing Professional (CGAP) and is accredited as a
Quality Assessment Reviewer by the IIA.
Sally-Anne has over 20 years of experience in management and leadership
positions, much of which has been focused on building organisational capability
through executive management, risk management and audit roles.
For the past 14 years Sally-Anne has been Managing Partner of Pitt Group Pty
Ltd, providing audit and risk management services to public and private sector
organisations in both Australia and overseas. Sally-Anne is recognised as a
global expert in audit quality, and is Chair of the IIA’s Global Professional
Responsibility and Ethics Committee, responsible for promoting conformance with
the IIA’s Standards.
Sally-Anne is the author of Internal Audit Quality: Developing a Quality
Assurance and Improvement Program, Wiley (2014). She has undertaken more than 60
external quality assessments in both Australia and overseas, and works with a
range of clients to develop and embed their quality programs.
1. The deadline for registration to the live webinar
is Sunday, 26 February 2017 at 11:59 PM local time in Sydney.
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