Internal Auditing

Internal Auditing

This course provides a look into the basics of auditing. Audit performance, auditor behavior, and auditee preconceptions play a major part in performing a successful audit. This course walks you through the auditing process, the steps in the audit cycle, and helps you identify and understand how human behaviors influence the audit. Participants will practice asking each other questions, probing into events and possible issues. By the end of the course students should understand that, as auditors, they are looking for evidence of compliance, documenting the entire process, and working hand-in-hand with auditees so they understand the process and the results.


Food and Beverage manufacturers, cosmetic manufacturers

Topics Include


Auditor behavior

Auditing Cycle


Human Behaviors that influence audits


Learning Objectives

  • Define auditing
  • Walk through the audit cycle.
  • Discuss how to handle conflicts during audits and focus on auditor behaviors.
  • Learn how to identify when auditees are attempting to mislead or divert auditors. Identify common auditee misconceptions.
  • Key into auditing secrets that will lead to more successful and productive audits.

College Options

Level: Beginner

Lecture HoursLab or Activity HoursTotal

Delivery Options

Delivered in a classroom or lab setting.
Live Instructor Led
Delivered online with a Live Instructor teaching the course at a scheduled date and time.
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