Auditing Projects, Project Management and Project Risk
11/28/2019 8:00 AM 11/29/2019 5:00 PM

Venue: Rainbow Towers Harare
Cost: Members ZWL$ 4,900; Non-members ZWL$ 6,000
(Inclusive of ZWL$1,300 Dinner)
Registration closes Wednesday 27 November, 2019

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Auditing projects presents a special challenge to internal auditors and project managers in general. A large part of an organisation’s outlays are made in capital and IT projects. Internal audit should understand the risks associated with these projects and ensure that they are appropriately managed by management. In this course you will get to understand:

  • How projects should be structured, monitored and controlled to run well;
  • Project risk and how these can be mitigated;

Course Objectives

At the conclusion of this course participants will be able to confidently and proficiently:

  • Identify the differences between program and project management and understand the roles individuals play in project success;
  • Identify how risk materialises in projects and how to control them;
  • Plan for involvement in project and program management audits;
  • Outline deployment of assessment strategies at different project stages and integration with project timeline; and
  • Appreciate the interplay between risk, timescale and cost.

Who Should Attend

Internal auditors, internal audit managers, program officers, IT managers. All who are responsible for assessing or auditing projects, programs or project risk. All who need to understand risk in modern projects and who need to ensure that projects are properly controlled.

Topics to be Covered

  • Project and Program Management
  • Approaches to Project Management
  • Project Organization - Roles & Responsibilities
  • System Development Life Cycle
  • Project Risk
  • Auditing Projects