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This two-day course has been designed to help participants prepare their practices for ACCA audit monitoring visits. The most common causes of unsatisfactory monitoring visit outcomes will be identified and discussed during the course. Participants will learn how to undertake audits and to record audit work in a manner consistent with the requirements of Auditing Standards and which will consequently meet monitoring visit requirements. The course will involve case study examples and is suitable for partners and also managers in public practice.

The planning process and recording of audit evidence

  • the regulatory process
  • the methodology for improving your compliance procedures
  • impact of Clarity ISAs
  • the permanent file
  • the planning process
  • laws and regulations
  • risk and materiality
  • identifying key areas
  • tailoring the audit programme.
  • recording audit evidence
  • getting it right
  • the audit of fixed assets
  • the audit of expenditure.
  • common problems and how to avoid them.

Recording audit evidence and completion of the file

  • recording audit evidence
  • the audit of cash and bank
  • the audit of debtors
  • the audit of work in progress
  • the audit of stock
  • the audit of creditors
  • the audit of income.
  • the completion process
  • going concern
  • post balance sheet events
  • reviewing the file.
  • common problems and how to avoid them
  • over-auditing
  • ISQC 1.

Speaker details

Michael Scott BSc FCA FCCA, Director, PCP Limited


Cost per delegate 398 GBP


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ACCA Headquarters
29 Lincoln's Inn Fields


Date: 27 November 2014
Start Time: 09:45 GMT
Duration: 2 days
CPD Units: 14