Audit Master Class 7: Pulling it all together

In this final topic in the series, we will take a high-level look at the audit process from start to finish, highlighting the role of the senior trainee in driving the planning, fieldwork, and finalisation phases of the engagement. We will also do a recap of the ISA 315 requirements and the fundamental impact of this standard on the planning process and related fieldwork that needs to be performed.
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Event hosted by

Graeme O'Reilly


24 April 2024

Time (SAST)

09h00 - 11h00

Ideal for

3rd year trainees accountants

Single ticket

ZAR 300 (Incl.VAT)

Bulk enrolments 

The index below represents the structure of the Live Event. You will be able to access the information contained within the index once registered. On the day of the event, you will head over to section 2 below where the Live Event will be streamed. 

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Meet the instructor

Graeme O'Reilly 

Graeme is a training specialist in the fields of Auditing, Assessment, and Ethics. He has been lecturing and training Auditing for the past 25 years. In addition to this, Graeme has extensive knowledge of the SAICA Training Programme and Assessment process and has been involved in the development and facilitation of this content since 2005 across South Africa as well as in Namibia. As a Certified Ethics Officer, Graeme developed and currently presents a one-day ethics workshop for SAICA trainees. Graemeā€™s passion is the development of people and the imparting of knowledge and skills.