Course Catalog >> Workplace Effectiveness
Course # 327
Being a public university, we come under extra scrutiny from the different levels of government and the public. A sound control environment is necessary to help protect the resources of the University and demonstrate good stewardship. This is accomplished by the implementation of various internal controls.
This course will describe what internal controls are, the different types of internal controls, and why they are important to the individual and their operation. Information will be shared to help the participant effectively control and minimize risks to themselves and the organization.
Key topics & Objectives:
- The aspects of a good control environment
- The different control tools available to them
- How appropriate controls protect the individual
- How inappropriate controls can inhibit their work
- That internal controls affect all aspects of University operations not just financial issues
Participants (audience course is designed for):
As a part of the Business Process Series core, the course is intended for UI managers or supervisors responsible for UI business and human resources transactions. Others who are interested in gaining this knowledge may also benefit from taking this course as a general offering.