Virtual Training Course
Sampling using CaseWare
This Course is not part of the MUS Subscriber discount structure.
|Price:||R1265.00 (VAT Incl.) Per Person|
|Presenter:||Ms Yvonne Rossouw|
|Date:||11 Apr '22|
|Times:||Registration:08H00 Start:08H30 End:16H00|
|CPD Hours:||Attendance at this seminar will secure 6.5 hour/s verifiable CPD points including other professional bodies (SAICA, SAIBA, ACCA, IACSA, IRBA & etc)|
|Platform:||Web Based (Online)|
|Alternative Dates:||4 Jul '22|
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When designing tests of control and tests of details, the auditor shall determine means of selecting items for testing that are effective in meeting the purpose of the audit procedure. The auditor also needs to ensure that sufficient appropriate evidence is obtained through these procedures. This course focuses on the different methods of selecting items, the advantages and disadvantages of each, when and how to use them, and the results obtained from the different methods. This session also discusses the requirements of ISA 530 in terms of sampling and how to calculate and select sample sizes in CaseWare.
• What is meant by “Sufficient and Appropriate”? • Different selection methods for items o Selecting all items o Specific items o Audit sampling • What is audit sampling • Different types of sample selection methods o Haphazard o Random o Judgemental o Monetary unit sampling o Systematic • Determination of sample sizes • Documentation necessary on audit file • Selecting items for control tests • Selecting items for substantive tests (detail tests). • Projecting misstatements
Delegates must have the following available on the course day: a) Delegates must have their own computers with the latest version of CaseWare and CaseWare Working Papers already loaded b) Stable internet Connection (Wi-Fi or 3G) with sufficient data for the two days c) Headset (microphone, speakers) for each delegate All software must be fully licensed. All other material and stationery will be provided. Please note: If earlier versions are loaded then some of the functions in might not work.