Author: Leita Hart-Fanta
Interviewing is one of the auditor's most common tasks, but it is also a vital part of a successful auditor/client relationship. This course focuses on how to be a facilitator instead of an interrogator, which improves your level of communication, the ability to get information, and your relationship with your client. Topics include relationship building, verbal and nonverbal communication, planning and scheduling an interview, asking and responding to questions, steps in conducting an interview, and documenting an interview and follow-up. SAS 99 and the GAO Performance Audit requirements under GAGAS for detecting fraud are also covered.
Publication Date: September 2012
Number of Pages: 167
Designed ForAuditors looking for emphasis on interviewing skills.
NASBA Field of Study
Auditing (Governmental) (6 hours)