• Online workshop
  • Quality & Safeguarding

Internal Auditing: Lunch & Learn

BYO your lunch and we will bring our custom made internal auditing template.

Lunch and Learn for internal auditing newbies

Have you been delegated the role of internal audit in your organisation and not sure where to start? You're not alone, so we've created this lunch and learn to break down the overwhelm and share a few tips. Now you can come to grips with compliance while you chow down last night's leftovers.

Join us for a long virtual lunch to unpack all things internal audit, including:

  • The NDIS Commission's requirements

  • How to develop an internal audit schedule

  • How to conduct an internal audit

  • A sample internal audit and schedule

  • The benefits of internal audit

  • Q&A


BYO your lunch and we will bring our custom made internal auditing template.
Attendees are invited to also submit questions prior to the workshop. 

Presenters

Paula Spencer

Paula has extensive experience developing risk and WHS tools and management systems. Her expertise include researching and writing policies, frameworks, procedures, and training material that is tailored to an organisation’s size, scope and culture. Paula knows her way around a risk matrix, is passionate about helping organisations understand their risk appetite and embedding robust risk frameworks in the heart of the organisation. Prior to joining DSC, Paula worked in the disability sector for 8 years as a Risk and Compliance Manager. Paula is fast becoming a highly valued member of the quality team. Paula loves to garden, cook and spring clean. Just as well, she’s going to need to clear some wall space – she is currently completing a Graduate Diploma in Governance and Risk Management and clocking up a country show ribbon count for eggs from her rare chickens.

Jessica Quilty

Jess is our in-house QA geek. Although she doesn’t talk like one. Over the past 20 years she has worked in the sector across a broad range of roles from frontline to policy. Jess is a strong advocate for designing quality and safeguarding systems that work on the ground. She takes a thorough and methodical approach to interpreting complex compliance requirements and has vast experience producing documentation and systems that break down that complexity. Her diverse personal and professional experience mixed with her preference for the company of kids, creates a wonderful recipe for producing stuff that is clear, simple to use and drives organisational efficiency. Jess is valued for her flexible communication style, capacity to process map and empathise with people interacting with the service systems at different points…oh and her cooking. Jess loves to feed!

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