Audit 2A - Auditing Theory and Practice (AUE2601)
We cover the full syllabus for AUE2601 with video lectures, explaining everything you need to know about AUE2601. We explain the syllabus simply, so you’ll be able to apply it to any situation. Our classroom is set up in the same order as your study guide, making it easy to work through the whole syllabus. Our exam course videos walk you through two past exams, showing you how to read, plan and answer your questions. Your lecturer will be available to answer your queries, motivate you, and check up on you through your semester.
WHY STUDY Audit 2A (AUE2601) THROUGH US?
ABOUT THE COURSE
You begin your Auditing study journey with AUE2601. It starts by explaining what Auditing actually is, and the laws and ethics we need as professionals. We’ve explained these really simply. There is some theory here, so the more you really understand it, the less you need to memorise the work.
It also introduces you to the entire Audit Process. It’s not in massive detail at this level, but it gives you a good basis of understanding of how you ‘do’ an audit, and this is really valuable for the next modules.
For your exams, we’ve gone through two past exams, showing you in our videos how to read, plan and answer your questions.
Our discussion forum allows you to ask questions whenever you don’t understand something. Your lecturer will be available to answer your queries, motivate you, and check up on you through your semester.
ABOUT YOUR FACULTY
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- Introduction to Auditing
- Regulation of the Auditor: The Auditing Professions Act of 2005
- Regulation of the Auditor: The Companies Act of 2008
- Regulation of the Auditor: The Code of Professional Conduct
- Regulation of the Auditor: IRBA's Rules for Improper Conduct - Quality Control
- The Audit Process: Overview
- The Audit Process: Pre-Engagement Activities
- The Audit Process: Planning
- The Audit Process: Evidence
- The Audit Process: Finalisation
- Engagements to Review Historical Financial Statements