BKG2021 Audit Application in Islamic Banking

Module Description

This module aims to enhance knowledge on some of the theoretical contexts of auditing and to develop the skills needed to evaluate auditing techniques in a variety of practical situations of a financial institution.  The course will walk participants through understanding of the basic auditing terminology, strategies, core processes, and common concepts and terms, the planning, executing and an analysis of an organisation’s financial statements using case study exercises. The module will also review audit strategies to address risks and exposures.

Learning Outcomes

  1. Systematically formulate appropriate professional auditing practice as contained in institutional auditing standards protocols based on current best practices.
  2. Plan and execute an Internal Audit process in tandem with current practices and procedure based on best practices.
  3. Take full responsibility for initiating and completing a plan to organize institutional structure and governance framework that is coherent, fluent and pragmatic.
  4. Critically analyse, evaluate and synthesize issues which are at the forefront to make informed judgments on new and emerging issues.


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Face-to-face: 2 days
Online Access: 3 weeks per module
Category: Banking

Part of:
Certified Qualification in Islamic Finance (CQIF) – Banking

There is no examination for this module. Participants will be given the Statement of Completion upon completion of this module.

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Contact: training@ibfim.com