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PHILIPPINE INSTITUTE OF CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS

cordially invites you to the


“SEMINAR ON Quality Assurance Review (Module for Practitioners)”
January 21-22, 2014, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
PICPA Building,700 Shaw Boulevard, Mandaluyong City
Resource Speaker
ELIRIE S. ARANAS, CPA, MBA
 Master of Business Administration
 Board Topnotcher (First Place), May 2000 Philippine government examinations for Certified Public Accountants
 Director, Philippine Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Cebu Chapter
 Director, Quality Assurance Review Group, Diaz Murillo Dalupan and Company, a member of HLB International
 Reviewer, Theory of Accounts, Review School of Accountancy (ReSA), November, 2011 to present.
 Manager, Audit, RM & ACS, Isla Lipana and Company a member firm of Price Waterhouse Coopers (PWC)
February 1, 2012 to July 31, 2012
 Faculty Member, Department of Accountancy, Cebu Institute of Technology, June 1, 2001 to May 30, 2009.
 Audit Manager, BC Hortelano and Company, June 1, 2005 to May 31, 2008.
 Consultant and Director, High Point Management Consultancy, July 2005 to May 2007.
 Associate Auditor, KPMG Laya Mananghaya and Company, June 1, 2000 to May 31, 2001
Course Outline
THEMATIC AREA 2: Standards Applicable to Professional Practice (16.0 CPD Units)
Part I: Rationale for a Quality Assurance Program  Policies and procedures for continuance of existing clients.
 ISQC 1 requirements  Policies and procedures on withdrawal from an engagement.
 Accountancy law requirements  Documentation requirements.
 Regulatory requirements Part VI: Human Resources
 Responsibility of a practitioner to quality audit  Objectives and purpose of the Human Resources policies and
 Risk of non-compliance with ISQC 1 & legal requirements procedures
 Role of PICPA  Policies and procedures for Human Resources
Part II: Elements of a System of Quality Control  Assignment of personnel to an engagement
 Leadership responsibilities for quality within the firm.  Required Documentations
 Relevant ethical requirements Part VII: Engagement Performance
 Acceptance and continuance of client relationships and  Roles and responsibility of each member of the engagement
specific engagements. team
 Human resources  Communication among members of the engagement team
 Engagement performance  Compliance with applicable engagement standards
 Monitoring  Engagement supervision, on the job-training and coaching.
Part III: Leadership responsibilities for quality within the firm  Policies and procedures in reviewing work performed, including
 Responsibilities of each members for quality within the significant judgment made.
firm.  Consultation on contentious matter.
 Responsibilities of the managing partner and board of  Engagement Quality Control Review.
partners for quality within the firm.  Engagement Documentation
 Communications within the firm of the responsibilities of  File Archiving policies and procedures
each member towards quality.  Policies on retention of engagement documentation
 Assignment of operational responsibility for quality within Part VIII: Monitoring
the firm.  Objectives and purpose of Monitoring within the firm.
 Documentation requirements.  Policies and procedures for monitoring within the firm.
Part IV: Relevant ethical requirements  Policies and procedures in evaluating, communicating and
 Policies and procedures to comply with relevant Ethical redemying identified deficiencies
Requirements  Complaints and Allegations
 Policies and procedures relating to Independence.  Required documentation
 Documentation requirements. Part IX: Documentation of the System of Quality Control
Part V: Acceptance and continuance of client relationships and  Review of the Documentation requirements for each of the
specific engagements elements in system of quality control.
 Objective and purpose of Acceptance and continuance  Policies and procedures for retention of documentation in the
policies and procedures review of the firm’s system of quality control.
 Policies and procedures for client acceptance.  Policies and procedures in documenting complaints and
allegations and the response to them
Suggested/Recommended Attendees
CPAs in Public Practice, CEO, COO, CFO of Accounting Firms, Internal Auditors, Risk Managers,
Risk Compliance Officers (CPAs or Non-CPAs), Audit Managers, Audit Supervisors, Junior Auditors.
REGISTRATION FEE
PICPA Member in Good Standing P1,500.00 per day (plus 12% VAT)
Non PICPA Member/ PICPA Member not in Good Standing P2,000.00 per day (plus 12% VAT)
Inclusive of AM and PM snacks, lunch, certificate of attendance and seminar materials
For reservation, please accomplish the Registration Form below and send it back at Fax No. 726-9452/723-6305 or call up Jennie or Joy at
telephone nos. 723-0691 to 93 or mobile no. 0917-5805870. Preferably, please visit and register on line at www.picpa.com.ph and click
seminar/training.
Note: 1. Please confirm early. The seminar will be re-scheduled if the confirmed participants are below 20.
2. Those who confirmed but did not attend without notification (at least 3 days before the schedule) will be charged P500.00 to cover
overhead expenses.
3. CPD Units will be determined based on actual attendance.
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