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Focused on enhancing lifelong learning and supporting improvements in continuing education systems for professional accountants, the EU-REPARIS Audit Training of Trainers Program explores ways of modernizing the skills of the profession to provide effective financial reporting support to Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and private sector enterprises.
This Group Challenge aims to refresh participants memory of key facts and concepts described in the simulated audit client PejaSko that is used as a core teaching resource throughout the Audit Training of Trainers Workshops and draw participant’s attention to key issues to be covered in the upcoming workshop sessions.
Developed to facilitate the EU REPARIS Audit Training of Trainers program, the objective of the group exercise is to enhance the analytical and intellectual skills of participating trainers while engaging in a practical case study involving going concern judgements. Gathering appropriate evidence and evaluating the appropriateness of the going concern assumption, as well as making judgements about whether a going concern issue is present, are affected by the size of the entity.
The document provides a detailed overview of the Internal Audit Training of Trainers program including the Fundamental and Advanced modules as well as the timing and format of the sessions. The training session workshops have two streams: (i) Fundamentals stream with many practical case studies based on the simulated internal audit case designed for the less experienced practitioner; and (ii) Advanced stream for the more seasoned internal auditor with a narrower focus and more involvement in more complex areas.
The JLS-city XX case study was developed to facilitate the Internal Audit Training of Trainers workshops and simulated auditing a JLS-city XX with over 200,000 inhabitants located in central Serbia. The case study is an additional teaching resource during the Fundamentals and Advanced Internal Audit Training of Trainers modules and workshops.
The KJS case study was developed to facilitate the Internal Audit Training of Trainers workshops and simulated an organization that is a beneficiary of public funds in the Republic of Serbia. The case study is an additional teaching resource during the Fundamentals and Advanced Internal Audit Training of Trainers modules and workshops.
The purpose of this Knowledge Paper focusing on Key Accounting and Auditing Reforms is to assist the Macedonian Government to make informed decisions for future reform actions following the publication of the Macedonian Report on the Observance of Standards and Codes (ROSC) on Accounting and Auditing (A&A) in 2014.
This publication is an empirical study on financial information and cost of finance in Serbia. Using the financial statement database of the Serbian Business Registers Agency (APR), we analyze the extent to which the quality of a company’s financial reporting is associated with its cost of debt. The focus of this study is small and medium enterprises (SMEs) because they represent a critical segment of the economy in most countries.
The World Bank conducted reviews of accounting and auditing within the ROSC initiative at the invitation of Philippines. The World Bank utilized a diagnostic tool that it developed to gather pertinent information for preparing the Accounting and Auditing ROSC.