The International Professional Practices Framework (IPPF) requires
conformance with The IIA’s Code of Ethics. The Code of Ethics is
comprised of four principles, which internal auditors are expected to
apply and uphold, and each principle is accompanied by rules of conduct
that must be implemented to properly demonstrate the principle. The
rules of conduct related to each principle help internal auditors
translate the principle into practical behavioral norms. Adherence to
these behavioral norms is critically important for any industry, and for
This course is intended to
demonstrate how to achieve conformance with the Code of Ethics, and is
geared toward helping internal auditors in a financial services
environment successfully promote an ethical culture in the profession of
internal auditing. The scenarios in the course demonstrate and provide
real-life examples on how to deal with and resolve situations
encountered by financial services internal auditors as they relate to
making ethical decisions.
- Understand the purpose of the Code of Ethics and how it is applied in the financial services environment.
- Make situational decisions based on the four principles of the Code of Ethics.
- Describe the rules of conduct that aid in interpreting the four principles of the Code of Ethics.
- Differentiate how to apply the four principles and the rules of conduct in non-standard situations.
|Course Duration: 1 day(s)
|CPEs Available: 1.2
|Knowledge Level: Basic
|Field of Study: Behavioral Ethics
|Delivery Method: QAS Self-Study