Compliance with ethical frameworks and rules is ever more important for accountants, especially those working in audit. Changes to ICAEW CPD rules in 2023 will specifically require training in this area. This course will cover all the important requirements, with a particular focus on practical problems and how to resolve them.
Who should attend
Accountants in professional practice and industry who need to keep abreast of the latest rules and hot topics in relation to ethics.
Content is likely to include updates in the areas of:
- Background to professional ethics and the sources of ethical rules and guidance
- How the ‘threats and safeguards’ model works in practice
- An overview of ICAEW Code of Ethics for accountants in practice and industry
- Policies and procedures – requirements and practical application
- Practical problem areas and how to resolve them
This course is presented by: Peter Herbert
After qualifying in 1993 Peter spent a number of years in industry and now spends much of his time delivering training courses on aspects of financial reporting, auditing, company law and practice regulation, principally to accountants working in professional practice and in industry.
When not training, Peter spends much of his time carrying out audit file reviews and practice assurance reviews for firms of accountants and advising them on issues of financial reporting and audit methodology. This allows him to bring practical insight to the courses and lectures that he delivers.
How long is this course?
One day – from 11.00am - 12:00pm
Course location and cost
Live via webcast
Non-members - £95 + VAT
Online members - FREE
Full members – FREE
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Recording of live sessions: A recording will be available 2-3 days after the course and will automatically be sent to those who attended the live online webcast. The recording will also be available upon request for venue attendees.