Audit Committee Training – Online Classroom
November 14 @ 10:30 am - November 15 @ 1:30 pm AEDT$563.64 - $760.00
- Legislative and Regulatory Requirements
- Role and Emerging Expectations of Contemporary Audit Committees
- Techniques for Running Effective Audit Committee Meetings
- Key Governance Features of Audit, Risk Management and compliance Three Pillars Approach for Measuring and Reporting Audit Committee’s
- Practical Tips and Tools
- How we got here – the ARC journey
- Audit committee authority, requirements, and expectations
- Establishing an audit committee
- Running effective meetings
- Core subject matter topics (ERM, WHS, major projects, cyber risks, corruption prevention and fraud control, compliance, financial statements and management, external and internal audit)
- Performance and reporting
- Culture – the final frontier.
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- Stephen Horne PFIIA, CGAP, CIA, CRMA
- Stephen’s career spanned 38 years in the NSW public sector and his executive roles included Assistant Auditor-General for NSW and Chief Executive of IAB, a Government Trading Enterprise undertaking internal audits and misconduct investigations for NSW State Government and Local Government bodies.
In 2015 Stephen established himself as a professional Non-Executive Director, trainer and probity adviser. In that role Stephen has developed extensive experience serving on many Local and State Government Audit Risk & Improvement Committees. Stephen was Australian President of the Institute of Internal Auditors 2013-2015, Australia’s delegate on the IIA Global Board 2015-2019, and Global Chair of the IIA’s Public Sector Guidance Committee 2016-2019. He has also presented audit committee training for AusAid, The Pacific Organisation of Supreme Audit Institutions, The Global Fund and the United Nations.
Stephen was a previous CEO of the NSWG Internal Audit Bureau and the NSW Assistant Auditor-General for performance auditing (now being undertaken across NSW Councils). He is a qualified Company Director, Company Secretary and Internal Auditor. He was also a recent President of IIA Australia, Australia’s delegate on the IIA Global Board, Chair of the IIA’s Global Public Sector Guidance Committee and recently co-authored an Australian 2020 best practice publication on “Effective Internal Auditing in the Public Sector.”