Part of the ‘Say Do Show’ Series - A compliance mantra for providers and regulators alike!

Join Ian Whitehouse for the second in a series of sessions focused on the principles of “Say Do Show”. These sessions are case studies that are based upon recent RTO and CRICOS provider regulatory experiences (remediation, reconsideration and AAT) and some of the learnings from those experiences.

Session Two is: Thinking about audits differently … it's ok to ask why an auditor is making a compliance decision.

Outcomes from the session include suggestions on:

  • How to query an auditor’s compliance decision during an audit so that you better understand the why and what

  • When and how to disagree with an auditor and/or regulatory decision following receipt of your audit report

  • How to write remediation, reconsideration and AAT responses differently so that they tell more of a story for ALL readers, supported by the evidence you have 

  • How to integrate audit experiences into your systematic and self-assurance practices

Other Details:

  • Recorded - May 2021

  • Duration - Approx. 80 mins

  • Access - 30 days from date of purchase


Past Feedback:

Here's what others who watched this session had to say:

"Thank you - very informative - best session in a long time!"

"Thank you good sharing!"

"Excellent to have real stories Ian and strategies to be proactive - lead the audit process and not be audited!"

"Thanks it has been amazing"

Event Information

    1. Session Resources

    2. Replay of the Recorded Live Webinar

    3. Session Feedback

    4. Final Steps

About this course

  • $15.00
  • 4 lessons
  • 1 hour of video content

About your presenter

Ian Whitehouse

Ian is an experienced executive and currently the CEO and Managing Director of Digital Coaching and Consultancy Pty Ltd and Director of International Business for 888 Fortune Enterprise Pty Ltd.

Ian has worked in a number of other senior roles including as a Director and CEO/PEO of a Registered Training Organisation (RTO), Regional Manager Compliance for the Australian Skills Qualification Authority (ASQA), Accredited Business Advisor for Enterprise Services Tasmania and as a Master’s lecturer for the School of Information Systems and Computing and the Faculty of Education at the University of Tasmania.

Ian holds a number of qualifications including in Applied Computing, Education, Management and Leadership and is a Chartered Manager and Fellow of the Institute of Managers and Leaders.

Contact and connect with Ian:

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