Principles & Practices of Internal Control

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Principles & Practices of Internal Control

(Section 1. CRICP – Professional Certification Programme)
  Here you will learn the principles and practices of internal control, the terminology of internal control, various definitions of control and why controls are essential building blocks in an organisation’s governance, operational and strategic management systems. The course also introduces the integral relationship between risk management and internal control, the management responsibilities for building, monitoring, and assessing controls, and an awareness of various internal control frameworks and standards used in the internal control and risk management process.

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Course Information

Estimated Time: 3 days – Requires a basic knowledge of Internal Controls

Difficulty: Intermediate

Course Instructor

Tom McClurg Tom McClurg Author

One-Time Payment

2 years of access

Gold Members

2 years of access

Section 1: Introduction

Section 2: Corporate Governance 

Section 3: Why Internal Control is Important 

Section 4: Learning Activity

Section 5: Internal Control and Risk Management

Section 6: Learning Activity 

Section 7: Internal Control 

Section 8: Learning Activity 

Section 9: Responsibility for the Internal Control System

Section 10: Internal Control Frameworks 

Section 11:  Learning Activity 

Section 12: Risk Management

Section 13: People & Competencies

Section 14: Learning Activity

Section 15: Internal Control & Information Technology

Section 16: Internal Controls in the Smaller Business

Section 17: Learning Activity

Section 18: General Questions