Internal Auditing, Compliance and Risk Management

11 July to 22 July
Kigali -Rwanda
4 July to 15 July

This Internal Auditing, Compliance and Risk Management Workshop covers key strategies for business improvement: information technology (IT) auditing, Risk and Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) compliance. Superficially, these seem to be strange bedfellows, yet they belong together for several reasons, not the least being that they all require, Ethical accounting practices, Focused auditing activities, robust functioning system of internal controls, and careful watch by the Board’s Audit Committee and Chief Executive Officer.

Delegates will be trained to understand Internal control (IC), Compliance and Risk is a formal system of safeguarding established by organisations to provide feedback on the way a financial institution should be seen in promoting accountability, transparency, enhancing communications, reducing exposure to risk and affecting all levels of organisation

Target Audience: 

The course is designed for Internal Auditors, Section Supervisors, Middle to Upper Level Managers, Finance Officers, Risk Mangers, Audit Supervisors, Senior Public and Private Sector Accountants and Senior Managers

Course Outcomes: 

Upon completing this workshop, the delegates should be able to:


  • Measure the degree of Internal Auditing Compliance and Risk Management in an organization using a wide range of Internal Control Standards
  • Understand the fundamental principles of Internal Auditing Compliance and Risk Management developments  
  • Establish an effective internal audit program that compliments the External Auditing functions to ensure compliance
  • Schedule audits on the basis of organizational risk exposure and emphasize the importance of processes 
  • Prepare effective internal audit checklists, red flag indicators in the system that could provide weaknesses in the organization
  • Conduct audits, lead the auditing process and prepare effective audit reports for executive management and the board
  • Review audits conducted, request for management representations and follow up corrective actions