This three-day residential course is aimed at all managers in general practice who need to acquire or refresh the key non-technical skills required to be successful in their role. Areas covered include: planning; review; appraisals; dealing with staff issues; decision making; team work; stress management; time management; negotiation skills; obtaining, keeping and developing clients.
Stepping from audit manager to R.I. represents a significant challenge and change in role. R.I.s must: Determine the overall audit plan rather than simply executing the agreed plan Balance competing demands such as client service, audit quality and efficiency Make difficult decisions and judgements, ensuring these are properly reflected in the audit working papers. This […]
This course provides attendees with a clear understanding of the types of scheme that may require an audit, an overview of the detailed requirements and specialist terminology of this sector and an overview of the work they will undertake to allow them to effectively prepare and audit occupational pension scheme financial statements. An overview of […]
This course ensures that delegates are able to effectively review an audit file and complete the finalisation stage with confidence. The course covers the following: Overview of the key elements of audit finalisation, including consideration of disclosure and drafting management letters and letters of representation How to review individual audit sections, including identifying audit issues […]
This two-day online course is aimed at all managers in general practice who need to acquire or refresh the key non-technical skills required to be successful in their role. Areas covered include: planning; review; appraisals; dealing with staff issues; decision making; team work; stress management; time management; negotiation skills; obtaining, keeping and developing clients. Feedback […]
The course covers by the use of lectures, case studies, role plays, outdoor exercises, the following areas (the content of the course does depend on the requirements of the participants drawn out in the introductory session): communication; competitive tendering; delegation; team work; leadership; completion of assignments; client meetings; supervising staff; planning