Course Overview

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About the programme

In this world of rapid change auditors are being asked to give assurance that project risks are being properly assessed, governed and minimised. This mature and highly regarded course provides a thought-provoking introduction to the subject of projects and project risk, using as a backdrop a complex case study constructed from real-world projects.

Module Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course you will be able to:

  • Identify the critical differences between programmes and projects

  • Review the roles and services that support programmes and projects

  • Evaluate the interplay between risk, cost and time in projects

  • Understand the world of project decision making

  • Plan for project and programme audits using realistic engagement strategies

  • Execute a variety of project audits at the beginning, middle and end stages of project and programmes.

An extensive indexed manual that contains full course text accompanies the course, examples and a customisable project risk check list for use on return to work.

Who Should Attend

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Course Outline

This two-day course is open to anyone. The course has been designed for all internal auditors who wish to develop or extend their current knowledge of project auditing and management.

Location, Pricing & Dates

All courses are available in-house (your preferred location) but throughout the year, we run selected courses as scheduled programmes. To view scheduled courses, please hover over dates on the calendar below.