Book with Confidence: If your plans change, go virtual, come later on, or get a full refund.

Internal Auditing – Level 2

Course Information:

Online £1,750.00 12 hrsFlexible
In-House Agreed with client FlexiblePOA
London 5 days 14-Mar£3,500.00
London 5 days 13-Jun£3,500.00
London 5 days 5-Dec£3,500.00


    Please ensure you fill out all fields

    With your permission, we would also like to keep you updated about programs and/or services similar to the one you are enquiring about as well as special offers, L&D updates and content to help you with your ongoing learning and development. If this is okay please tick the box below

    Subscribe to our newsletter

    Your personal details are very important to us and we only use them for admin reasons only, unless you have asked to receive our newsletter and marketing. This is in accordance with our Privacy Policy

    LCT 2022 Brochure
    LCT 2022 Brochure

    Who should attend?

      Delegates who have experience of auditing, either directly as an auditor or from within the financial services sector seeking to develop a professional and best practice approach to the development of the internal audit function in private and public sector organisations and enterprises



      • Develop the role of the audit function in their organisation
      • Contribute effectively to refining organisational audit strategy
      • Engage continuous improvement and quality assessment within the organisation’s audit function
      • Make high impact presentations to auditing committees and senior management
      • Manage the integration of new technology
      • Test embedded financial crime systems and controls


    Review of Key Audit Function Foundation

      • Review of key action points
      • Develop and test alignment of organisational systems and controls to prevent and mitigate financial and cyber-crime risks
      • Global best practice – case studies – lessons learned analysis
      • Key action points – delegate and manage action plan development

    Risk – Based Auditing

      • Identifying areas of risk
      • Identifying new areas of risk
      • Classification and quantification of risk areas
      • Identifying potential interface of existing and new areas of risk
      • Developing audit and re – audit frequency in alignment with risk
      • Overview of emerging and evolving threats

    Conducting Effective Audits

      • The auditor’s role as a consultant
      • Utilising audit reporting to inform organisational policy development
      • Continuous improvement initiatives and supervision
      • Measuring improvement – toolkit for objective measurement and demonstration of audit output improvements

    Financial Crime Compliance

      • Record keeping procedures
      • Controls to identify potentially suspicious activities
      • Trade finance transactions
      • Trade processing controls by processing staff
      • Red flagging procedures
      • Pre-determined thresholds systems and controls
      • Escalations
      • Actions taken by senior management
      • Evidence and awareness of senior management evidencing how crime risks evolve in organisational type of business

    Engaging with the Audit Structure

      • Making effective recommendations and business cases
      • Presenting information effectively
      • OSCOLA (Oxford University Standard for the Citation of Legal Authorities) for internal auditors
      • Contributing meaningfully to the development of the long – term audit strategy
      • Upgrading the profile of internal audit within the organisation

    × Available on SundayMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturday