Ethics for the CIA, CPA, CFE AND CISA - In-Person
Managing Your Ethics in the Professional Setting for CPAs, CIAs, CFEs and CISAs.
Managing ethics in the professional setting for the professional auditor is an ongoing and vital part of the job. Here are some key strategies for managing ethics in the professional setting for auditors:
Understand and abide by the relevant professional codes of ethics. Auditors should be familiar with the code of ethics for their profession, such as the International Professional Practices Framework (IPPF) for the CIA, and make sure they are adhering to its principles and provisions in their work.
Maintain integrity and objectivity. Auditors should be honest and unbiased in their work, and avoid conflicts of interest that could compromise their objectivity.
Communicate openly and honestly. Auditors should communicate any ethical concerns they may have with their colleagues, supervisors, or clients in a timely and direct manner.
Stay informed and educated. Auditors should stay up-to-date on ethical issues and developments in their field through continuing professional education (CPE) and other professional development opportunities.
Lead by example. Auditors should model ethical behavior and encourage their colleagues and clients to do the same.
Be prepared to address ethical dilemmas. Auditors should have a plan in place for addressing ethical dilemmas and know how to seek guidance when needed.
Document and report any ethical violations. Auditors should report any violations of professional ethics or codes of conduct to the appropriate authorities or professional bodies.
Encourage a culture of ethical conduct. Auditors should foster a culture of ethical conduct within their organizations by promoting appropriate values and principles, and taking appropriate actions to address ethics violations.
This event covers the above strategies. The professional auditors who attend will use them to help ensure that they are maintaining the highest ethical standards in their work. In addition, they will contribute to the integrity of the audit profession as a whole.
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Each attendee will receive 2 CPE Hours (YB). A certificate of completion will be provided.
Program Level of Understanding: Basic
Advance Preparation: None
Delivery Format: Group Internet Based
NASBA Field(s) of Study: Business Ethics
CPE Credits: 2, based on 50 minutes of instruction per hour
Details on Event Presentation
Being offered on Thursdays at 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
CPE Event Highlights
The seminar reviews and answers the following questions:
What are "ethics" and "laws", and why are they important in organized societies?
What are the AICPA rules for professional conduct?
What are examples of positive and negative ethical behavior by corporate personnel and CPAs?
What methods can be used to improve corporate governance and encourage ethical behavior?
Understanding the importance of ethics and the role of the IIA, AICPA, ACFE and ISACA codes of ethics in guiding professional conduct.
Familiarizing participants with the principles and provisions of the various codes of ethics and how they apply to real-world scenarios.
Enhancing participants' ability to identify and analyze ethical dilemmas that may arise in their work.
Developing participants' skills in making ethical decisions and choosing appropriate courses of action in the face of ethical challenges.
Providing participants with practical tools and techniques for addressing ethical issues and maintaining integrity in their work.
Enhancing participants' understanding of the interplay of ethical considerations with compliance and governance,
Encouraging participants to reflect on their own professional conduct and consider ways to improve their ethics-related practices.
Key Issues on the Agenda
Section 1 - Introduction and The Study of Ethics
Section 2 - Code of Conduct and Ethical Behavior
Section 3 - State Ethics Requirements for CPAs
Section 4 - Ethical Guidance for the Auditor
Section 5 - Understanding the Risk of Fraud
Section 6 - Internal Controls to Manage Ethics and Fraud
Section 7 - Using Data Analytics to Detect Fraud
Section 8 - Case Studies in Ethics; Q & A; Summary
NASBA Program Disclosure
Program Level of Understanding: Basic
Advance Preparation: None
Delivery Format: On-site Training (Group-Live); Seminar (Group-Live)
NASBA Field(s) of Study: Ethics CPE Credits: 2, based on 50 minutes of instruction per hour
Summary of the Subject Matter
This in-person CPE training event by CCS is an ethics training for professionals holding the Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), and Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) certifications.
The seminar covers the ethical principles and values that are essential to the practice of internal auditing, external auditing and other related professions. Attendees will learn about the ethical responsibilities and obligations as outlined by the respective professional organizations: Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA), Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA), and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA).
This comprehensive ethics training provides a deep dive into the IIA, ACFE, AICPA, and ISACA standards. It also is consistent with the International Professional Practices Framework (IPPF) of the IIA. Attendees will learn about the various codes of conduct and how to apply them in real-world scenarios. The seminar provides practical tools and techniques for navigating ethical dilemmas and making ethical decisions. It is an excellent opportunity for internal audit professionals to update their knowledge and stay current with the latest developments in the field.
This CPE audit seminar is an essential course for those seeking to maintain their CIA, CFE, CISA, or CPA certifications and meet their CPE requirements. It is a valuable opportunity for internal auditors, external auditors, accountants, and fraud examiners to learn from experienced professionals in the field and deepen their understanding of the ethical principles and values that guide their work.