Audit and Assurance Faculty webinars

Audit and Assurance Faculty webinars cover a range of topics to keep you updated. Register for an upcoming webinar or listen again below.

Watch previous webinars

If you missed an Audit and Assurance Faculty webinar you can still view the recordings. See the full list below.   

How to watch webinar recordings
  • Watch live. Register for upcoming webinars and to join the webinar on the day.
  • Watch again. Click on the link to the recording. This will take you to an online version of the recording where you may play, stop, fast forward and rewind the recording as you want. For older recordings, this will open up the file in Windows Media Player.
  • Download and keep. Right click on the recording and select "watch later", this will save it in Vimeo (you will need a free Vimeo account to access it). Click the "download" button underneath the recording in Vimeo. For older recordings, right click on the link to download your file to your computer. You can then watch the recording offline via your computer or copy to your MP3 player or iPod so you can complete your CPD whilst on the move.

Please note that if you experience problems viewing the recording in Windows Media Player you may need to install the GoToMeeting codec or install Windows Media Player version 9 or higher.

  • Increasing audit exemption limits - opportunities and threats

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    This webinar will look at the changes to audit exemption and the implications for accountants. It will reinforce and build upon the main points of the Audit and Assurance Faculty Spring Roadshow 2014. It will include new examples and new questions based upon feedback from delegates on the roadshow. Broadcast 01 September 2014.

  • The Thinking Auditor

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    This webinar revisits the Audit and Assurance Faculty's autumn roadshow in 2013 and looks at areas where auditors need to ensure that audit quality is maintained and professional scepticism is demonstrated. Broadcast 25 February 2014.

  • Group audits - getting them right first time

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    Group audits are rarely straightforward. This webinar covered the Audit and Assurance Faculty's latest guidance on the practicalities of group audits. Broadcast 27 January.

  • Mastering audit documentation

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    This webinar explored what needs to be documented and how this can be done efficiently. It included practical examples of particular interest to SME auditors. Broadcast 14 November 2013.

  • Monitoring your firm’s audit quality - practical ways to maximise benefit

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    This webinar drew on the real life experiences of practitioners. It gave an insight into how firms can carry out effective internal monitoring of their audit quality in line with ISQC 1. Broadcast 24 October 2013.

  • The audit of accounting estimates in smaller entities

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    This webinar was broadcast on 5 September 2013 and was a repeat of the ICAEW's popular Audit and Assurance Faculty's London evening lecture on the audit of accounting estimates in smaller entities.

  • The audit of related parties in charities and owner managed companies

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    This webinar was broadcast on 23 May 2013 and was a repeat of the ICAEW's popular Audit and Assurance Faculty's London evening lecture on the audit of related parties in charities and owner managed companies.

  • Efficient and Effective Auditing for Smaller Entities

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    This webinar provides a summary of the issues covered in the faculty's 2012 autumn roadshow.

  • ISQC 1 - making it work for you in practice

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    This webinar offered practical guidance on how to achieve ISQC 1 compliance. Experienced practitioners from the UK and Cyprus explained how implementing ISCQ 1 has benefitted their firms.

  • Right First Time with the Clarified ISAs - webinars

    To complement the Right First Time with the Clarified ISAs guide, the ISA Implementation sub-group has produced a series of webinars based on individual modules within the guide. The webinars are all short, stand-alone modules lasting between 10 and 20 minutes. They can be listened to on an individual or group basis to support firms' clarified ISA training programmes.

  • Faculty Roadshow 2012: efficient and effective auditing of smaller entities

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    Auditing smaller entities under the clarified ISAs should be efficient. Auditors need to adopt a thinking, proportional audit approach. This was demonstrated in this roadshow series so that auditors can better take advantage of the opportunities presented by the clarified ISAs.

  • Spring Roadshow 2012: charities, groups and other key issues for auditors

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    This event covered hot topics and problem areas in the audits of groups and charities. It also looked at the latest thinking on non-statutory audits, service charges, grant claims and references.

  • Autumn Roadshow 2011: Complying with the new clarified ISAs

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    Using feedback from the ICAEW QAD, Technical Enquiry Service, cold file reviewers and practitioners on the problem areas in the clarified standards, this event provided practical solutions and guidance on what is expected of auditors while answering the most important and common questions.

  • Spring Roadshow 2011: Topical Issues for today’s SME Practitioners

    This webinar considers a number of topical issues which have been identified from comments and observations made by practitioners including service charges, charities, reporting and clarified ISA’s, Pension schemes-reporting, XBRL and Grants.

  • Climbing the Clarity Learning Curve

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    This roadshow event was held at Chartered Accountants’ Hall, London on 20 September 2010.