Audit Webinars 2019

New 2019 Audit Webinars. The auditing profession continues to evolve as audit firms support their clients in a changing business environment, from IT developments to new regulations, accounting and auditing standards. This series of webinars focuses on the key auditing standards to consider when auditing various areas of the financial statements and the challenges auditors face.

6 Webinars throughout 2019

1½ hour session

Slides, Notes & Recordings Available


There are 6 webinars in the programme spread evenly throughout 2019.

All webinars are 1½  hours in length. All webinars are recorded and purchasers will have access to the recordings.

Slides and notes are available to download before and during the webinar.

Individual webinars are available to purchase.

Topic When Time Speaker
Planning – Applying Professional Scepticism 18 January 2019 11:00am – 12:30pm Clare Jones
Understanding the Industry and the Business ( Documenting your Understanding) 15 March 2019 11:00am – 12:30pm Clare Jones
Auditing Accounting Estimates 14 June 2018 11:00am – 12:30pm Clare Jones
Key Audit Risk Areas 18 September 2019 11:00am – 12:30pm Clare Jones
FRS102 Key points to Consider 16 October 2019 11:00am – 12:30pm Clare Jones
Group Accounts Key Points 26 November 2019 11:00am – 12:30pm Clare Jones

These have been well received by prospective clients and projected a professional image of the firm.

Mark Dennis, Hilton Sharp & Clarke

The 2020 team provide valuable insights into our industry. It helps me to focus on the future instead of being bogged down with day-to-day. The annual conference is a must.

Liz Cottrill, Jerroms

A great insight to the future of the profession, which will help us as a firm keep ahead of the competition. The accounting world is going to change dramatically over the coming years!

Michael Watts, Haslers

A very good refresher of all the right things that you should do.

David Edwards-Brown , DEB ,  DEB

The speakers were enthusiastic and engaged with the room. Key issues were addressed relating to Making Tax Digital and how this will increase the need for cloud accounting software.

Callum Gordon, Jerroms ,  Jerroms

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