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Professional Networking Events

Small Practitioners Interest Group

Date 
18 February 2019
Time
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Venue
Board Room, Royal New Zealand Plunket Trust
3rd Floor, Simpl House
Mercer Street
Wellington
Delivery Method
PLEASE NOTE VENUE CHANGE
Facilitator
IIA NZ

Small Practitioners Interest Group (SPIG)

The SPIG is a discussion and networking forum for Internal Auditors in small teams.

Anyone else who wants to come along is welcome.

Theme: Auditing Complaints

I wish to register a complaint!

Whether you are the Internal Auditor of a small pet shop or a large organisation, your employer will probably receive complaints from time to time. At this session we will discuss what happens when your organisation receives a complaint, what action it might take, and the scope for an Internal Audit of the process.

We will talk about:

  • Does our organisations receive complaints? If so, is that all bad?
  • Is there a process for receiving them?
  • Is there a process for investigating them?
  • How do they get resolved?
  • How do they get reported? To whom?
  • Is there a process to learn from them?
  • What might we want to review in the complaints process?

This will be a round table discussion. Come along and share your experiences and views.
The Chatham House Rule applies.

The meeting will morph into a networking opportunity.

Please note the change of venue.

Prices
Members & ISACA
Free
Non-Members
$8.70
Note
All prices exclude GST
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