What’s in An Audit? [Online]
An audit is an independent examination of the financial information of an entity. While many grantees collect audits from those they fund, they are often just a “checkbox item” and end up in the drawer. This 90-minute training examines what is required in an audit and uses actual audit documents to identify and discuss key areas to be reviewed.
This training is a stand-alone course offered as part of a Fundamentals of Financial Management series focused on helping participants understand and implement sound financial management practices.
APPROACH: This course is offered online and combines formal presentations with group discussions and a focus on interactive learning.
PREREQUISITES: While not required, participants are strongly encouraged to attend “Financial Statements – The Story Behind the Numbers Online” prior to taking this course.
ADVANCED PREPARATION: None.
LENGTH: One 90-minute live webinar.
AUDIENCE: Staff from state and local grantees as well as their partners.
EXAM: No exam is currently available.
REGISTER: Visit the registration page for a listing of dates when this training is offered. If no trainings are listed, please check back soon or contact firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about upcoming deliveries.