Audit professionals are valued members of society and are expected to be both skilled and ethical in their decision-making. The role of the auditor extends far beyond that of counting beans by demanding a social and political awareness, a technical knowledge, ethical principles and relationship skills. In addition, due to the team-oriented nature of the audit approach, auditors require strong team-building and interpersonal skills. This book offers expert descriptions of, and insights into, how such skills and responsibilities can be inculcated in tertiary education and professional training environments. Unlike other books which focus on auditing as a technical process, this volume examines auditing from a teaching and learning perspective. Expert contributors provide authoritative insights into an audit education which is embedded in accounting practice. The bookas descriptions of these insights into improving education for future audit professionals may allow the introduction of new and challenging fields of enquiry. Audit Education will be of great interest to educators in tertiary institutions, trainers in professional firms, and key individuals in accounting professional bodies seeking to ensure their members possess acceptable levels of attainment for admission and continued membership. This book was originally published as a special issue of Accounting Education: an international journal.Concluding Comments PricewaterhouseCoopers (2003) and Albrecht and Sack ( 2000) state that future accountants must learn to solve complex ... Arthur Andersen aamp; Co., Arthur Young, Coopers aamp; Lybrand, Deloitte Haskins aamp; Sells, Ernst aamp; Whinney, Peat Marwick Main aamp; Co., Price ... Chu, L. and Libby, T. (2010) Writing mini-cases: an active learning assignment, Issues in Accounting Education, 25(2), pp.
|Author||:||Karen A. Van Peursem, Elizabeth A. Monk, Richard M.S. Wilson, Ralph W. Adler|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2013-09-13|