Internal Controls To Help Manage Risks 201 - LiveStrm

Internal Controls To Help Manage Risks 201 - LiveStrm
This workshop builds on the Internal Controls to Mitigate Risk 101 workshop. Using a combination of presentation material and hands-on exercises, the workshop presents real-world examples of risks, controls and controls monitoring.

Live Streaming: LIMITED VIRTUAL SEATS AVAILABLE!
Interested in attending, but the cost of travelling is prohibitive? We will be offering the complete Wednesday, February 28th workshop LIVE and on-line for the more remote municipalities!

Live Streaming – how it works:
One week prior to the live event, live stream registrants will be sent a user name and password to log-in to the streaming site. These credentials will be unique to you and will be used to identify you during the Workshop. You will be able to view the presentations, hear the speakers, raise your hand to ask questions, chat with others online, and will receive the same presentation materials as those at the event. Users will need access to a computer, a microphone or a phone line for audio purposes, and an internet connection. Chrome or FireFox web browser is required for participation.

Benefits of Attending:
Participants will discuss and gain an understanding of the following:
  • Review of internal control definition and framework
  • Risk assessment of the procurement function, including purchasing cards
    • Objectives
    • Risks
    • Controls
    • Tests of controls
  • Ways to perform tests of controls
    • Manual
    • Automated
  • Best practices in documentation
    • Why documentation is key
    • Tools & Techniques

Who Should Attend?
This workshop is for the finance practitioner who is responsible for the internal controls and the accounts payable function/process, as well as Finance Managers or Project Managers who have budget authority for local government spending.

About Your Speaker:
Jamie Black is President of F.H. Black & Company Incorporated. For the last 20 years, he has consulted and trained finance officers, auditors & accountants in government, higher education, and corporations throughout Canada and the U.S. His work focuses on increasing finance department efficiency & effectiveness through the implementation of technology & best practices.

CPD CREDITS:
This course is eligible for continuing professional development credits.

When
2/28/2018 8:30 AM - 2/28/2018 4:00 PM
Where
Online, Canada

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Wednesday, 28 February 2018

 
2/28/2018 8:30 AM
 

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