1. Introduction to Auditing 2. Nature of Auditing 3. Auditing Procedures 4. Audit Risk 5. Materiality and Judgment 6. Internal Control 7. Computer (EDP) Audit & Internal Control 8. The Audit Report 9. Legal Framework Requirements
Who should attend:
The PDAF is specifically designed for those who wish to enter into and advance within the accounting and finance profession. It enables the students to acquire both theoretical and practical knowledge in the accounting and finance topics in order to: - enhance their professional and academic knowledge; - advance to bachelor degree programmes; and - achieve life-long learning
Five HKCEE subjects at Grade E / Level 2 or above, including English Language*, Chinese Language and Mathematics with 3 or more years’ relevant full-time working experience; OR
Five HKDSE subjects at Level 2 or above, including English Language, Chinese Language and Mathematics with 2 or more years’ relevant full-time working experience; OR
Mature applicants i.e., those aged 21 or above, with 2 or more years of relevant full-time working experience may also be accepted subject to a satisfactory admission interview; OR
* Applicants who took HKCEE English Language taken in 2006 or before should have attained Grade E or above (Syllabus B) / Grade C or above (Syllabus A)
Continuing Education Fund
This is a CEF-Approved course. This course has been added to the list of reimbursable coursesfor the Continuing Education Fund (Continuing Education Fund No.: 23Z089094. Applicants must complete this course and meet at least 70% attendance requirements and 50% or more of the course assessment.
This course has been included in the list of reimbursable courses under the Continuing Education Fund. The mother course
(Professional Diploma in Accounting and Finance) of this module is recognised under the Qualifications Framework (QF Level 4).
Medium of Instruction All Classes are conducted in English