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With peer review results in and more than a few years' worth of experience under the profession's collective belt, it's time to fine-tune implementation of the risk assessment standards. These standards, designed to eliminate the connect-the-dots methodology of checklist auditing and add critical thinking back into the audit process, remain a problem area for many firms. The result? Engagement and peer review deficiencies.
This course has been updated for the AICPA Clarity Standards that expanded the risk assessment methodology to new additional audit areas. Break down this complex and misunderstood subject with an easy-to-understand approach.
Wireless Internet access, lunch and discounted parking will be provided for this event and are included in your registration fee.
A working knowledge of audit standards is beneficial but not critical.
Auditors and industry CPAs who require an in-depth understanding of the assertion-based approach to audit risk assessment.
Tom Noce is a graduate of Rutgers University with a degree in accounting. Noce began his career with a large local accounting firm in New Jersey, where he concentrated in auditing and accounting for non-profit organizations and government related agencies. In 1985, he joined a Palm Springs firm where he was a shareholder from 1995 to 2003. In 2003, Noce opened his own practice in Palm Springs. His professional experience includes a variety of clients, including tribal entities, hotels, real estate, construction, homeowners’ associations, country clubs, non-profit organizations and others. His current practice emphasis focuses on tax and accounting issues related primarily to the real estate and hospitality industries. He also performs special engagements dealing with internal controls and fraud prevention and detection. Noce has authored and taught a number of courses for the CalCPA Education Foundation and chaired its first two fraud conferences as well as two audit and accounting conferences. In 2004 and 2010 he received the Foundation’s Award for Instructor Excellence. Currently, Noce presents six courses for the Foundation in the areas of fraud, audit and accounting standards and risk-based auditing.