This practical workshop is appropriate for all internal auditors and quality auditors wanting to further improve their audit report writing skills. You will be equipped with best practice report writing tools and techniques during the training. You’ll also have the opportunity to practice using the tools and techniques, and prepare to put them into practice on the job in your audit environment.
Write clear, concise, action-oriented reports which enhance the impact of your audit findings.
Understand the importance of writing with your audience in mind, learned who your stakeholders are and how to write for them
Practice drafting clear, well-structured audit findings
Formulate value-added recommendations in your audit reports
Confidently use the three controls of language to write clear, concise and complete audit reports
Drafting audit findings
Using relevant structures to ensure your key messages are easily seen and understood
Writing risk assessment statements and value-added recommendations
Stating opinions and expressing cause & effect
Writing with a “facts focus” approach
Writing value-added recommendations
Indicating mandatory actions and expressing assumptions
Avoiding the seven deadly sins of audit report writing
Using dynamic language to convey a clear, action-oriented message
Using the 5 Cs of audit report writing (Condition, Criteria, Cause Consequence, Correction)
Increase the level of corporate oversight and enable implementation of corrections and goals.
Formulate value-added recommendations in your audit reports.
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