Audit 2B - Corporate Governance In Accountancy (AUE2602 & AUE301)
We cover the full syllabus for AUE2602 and AUE301 with video lectures, explaining everything you need to know about AUE2602 and AUE301. 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 2B (AUE2602 & AUE301) THROUGH US?
ABOUT THE COURSE
AUE2602 doesn’t actually deal with Auditing! So, what is it then?
This module covers how management should set up their business. You’ll learn the documents, systems and controls management should put in place for all their different transactions (this includes both manual and computerised controls).
Good controls start from the top management at any company. So this module also goes through the ‘bigger’ controls that the directors should have in place. This is covered in Corporate Governance (King IV, and the sections of the Companies Act that relates to what directors should be doing)
No matter what position you work in (i.e. even if you NEVER do any audit!), this module is incredibly valuable. You will never regret knowing what a company should be doing to record and control their transactions, and how to evaluate whether they work or not.
For your exams, we’ve gone through two past exams, showing you in our videos how to read, plan and answer your questions.
Your lecturer will keep an eye on you through the semester, motivate you, push you, and answer any questions you have about the module.
ABOUT YOUR FACULTY
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- Corporate Governance and Statutory Matters
- Internal Control
- General Controls
- Application Controls
- Business Cycles
- Revenue and Receipts
- Acquisitions and Payments
- Inventory and Production
- Personnel and Payroll
- Finance and Investment