Introduction to Audit and Audit Committees for Board Members

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This session will look at the expanding role of Audit Committees.  Committees may now cover risk, value for money and even litigation alongside audit and accounting requirements.  It will specifically look at the role of the Audit Committee in relation to audit, both internal and external. The session will explore their key roles and responsibilities, especially the main differences between them.    This session is relevant for all board members but especially those on Audit Committees.

Presented by Bill Gill

Bill is an assurance, audit and governance specialist within the social housing sector.  He has almost 30 years experience working within the sector, either within social landlords or for consultancies.  He has carried out numerous assignments around risk, performance management and value for money, alongside internal audit work and interim governance positions.  Bill is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Internal Auditors and has spoken at numerous audit and housing conferences over the years.  Bill is currently Chair of the Group Audit & Risk Committee at Bolton at Home, having previously served as the Audit Committee Chair at Salix Homes. 

 

Details

The training will be 1.5  hours, held online and will cost only £60 (plus VAT) per person.  Date to be confirmed – Contact us to register this interest on this training

 

The program is also available tailored to your organisation.

We are also able to offer an extended, bespoke version of this training tailored to your organisation’s position and needs. Please contact us for more details and a specific quote.

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