Audit Skills Staff Training: Levels 1-4

Training for new hires to supervisors

Train future firm leaders • Show your team a clear path to career advancement • Tackle advanced issues


New Auditors

Learn the basic skills new staff need to hit the ground running and efficiently complete assigned tasks, including what new auditors are expected to know and do, including the nature, timing, and extent of common audit procedures. Focus on why certain procedures are performed and perform typical procedures.

Who should attend?
New auditors with four months of audit experience

Nov. 2-3



Staff Accountant

Prepare for a greater level of responsibility on engagements, reflect on your experiences, and take basic knowledge to the next level. Use real-life case studies to learn how to perform high-quality audit procedures for common audit areas in nonpublic companies.

Who should attend?
Auditors with four months to one year of audit experience, assuming greater responsibility on engagements

Sept. 29-30




Focus on building your technical expertise in audit to identify and resolve complex accounting and financial reporting issues. Improve your ability to lead and manage people and projects, and enhance your firm's profitability. Reinforce key concepts using case studies, exercises, and illustrations.

Who should attend?
Auditors with 2-3 years of leadership and busy season experience

Oct. 28-29


Beyond Audit Skills Training

  • Government & Not-for-Profit Specialty
    Take your specialization to the next level with these updates and advanced sessions. Many sessions qualify for Yellow Book credits.
  • Technology Skills
    Go beyond Excel basics and dive into data analysis, PivotTables, and cybersecurity.