All organisations face risks. The role of internal audit is to provide independent assurance that an organisation’s risk management, governance and internal control processes are appropriate and are operating effectively. Whilst external auditors look at the financial risks and going concern of the organisation, internal audit functions consider wider issues such as risks to the organisation’s reputation and culture, cyber security, financial crime and the management of supply chain and other third parties. Companies who have neglected these areas are open to the consequences that can arise including loss of corporate and personal reputations, fines and loss of revenue. Let us help you understand what needs to be done!
About our courses
Our training courses are about understanding what needs to be done, from both the legal perspective and best practice, assessing potential threats and making positive plans to mitigate risks.
We also offer a range of training courses which have been designed specifically for directors (including non-executive directors), managers and company secretaries (or those undertaking these duties) to ensure they understand the complexities of these roles and how to discharge their responsibilities.