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JOSEPH EVE CPAs is staging the latest in its extremely popular national seminar series of trainings. Now in its 14th year, “Internal Auditing Boot Camp” has been expanded with new material appropriate for the entire Tribal Gaming Commission.
Leading the training are George Joseph of Worldwide Casino Consulting, Inc.; JOSEPH EVE Partner Grant Eve, CPA, CFE; and JOSEPH EVE internal audit director Glen Galt, CPA.
The training takes place December 2-4, 2015, at Treasure Island Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. A discounted room rate is available until November 18 at www.treasureisland.com or by calling (800) 944-7444. Mention JOSEPH EVE when registering.
“We are excited to present our latest training, Internal Auditing Boot Camp, and to have an expert such as George Joseph join our staff for the training. Over the years, we have had extremely positive response from our attendees, and this year, we have expanded the topics to be appropriate for internal auditors and gaming commission personnel, as well as related casino staff such as compliance officers, gaming inspectors, gaming commissioners, general managers, departmental managers, finance department staff, and revenue auditors,” said Navin Marimuthu, CPA, JE seminar instructor.
Seating is extremely limited and JOSEPH EVE boot camps sell out quickly. The training is $995 per person, and includes materials, breakfast, lunch, and breaks. To register, call (406) 727-1798 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Topics covered at this year’s Internal Auditing Boot Camp include:
· Audit Requirements
· Casino Integrity and Game Protection Issues
· Class II 543 Internal Audit Responsibilities
· Gaming Ordinances
· High Tech Casino Cheating and Current Industry Scams
· Information Technology Auditing
· Information Technology Risk Assessments
· Internal Audit Charters
· Mixed Class II and III Facilities and Testing
· Role of Internal Audit and the Gaming Commission
· Title 31- Source of Funds and Due Diligence
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