Union Auditor-General addresses at the Opening of the Capacity Building Upgrading Training No (1/2022) for Staff, Knowledge Sharing Seminar

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The Opening Ceremony of the Capacity Building Upgrading Training No (1/2022) for Assistant Directors and Staff Officers, which was opened at the Nay Pyi Taw Training School of the Office of the Auditor-General of the Union, was held at the Assembly Hall, Office of the Auditor-General of the Union, Nay Pyi Taw at 9:30 am Yesterday morning in line with the COVID-19 related rules and regulations.
Dr Kan Zaw, the Union Auditor-General, delivered an address at the opening ceremony: the training was opened to improve the office work management and auditing skills, to audit in line with international standards and to enhance knowledge on auditing; it is needed to well understand the International Standards of Supreme Audit Institutions (ISSAIs) and to balance the changes in auditing against which can be applied in their work, to maintain due professional care and assess the cause and effect of an occurrence; it is also needed to abide by the ethics of auditors, to perform their work by taking responsibility and accountability and to manage in a systematic and fair manner because the trainees are close supervisors in auditing; it is advisable to learn and note well by raising questions and discussing in order to apply the lessons learnt from the training until they could provide replicating training in their Regions/States.
Then the principal of the Training School, the Office of the Auditor General of the Union, clarified the training information.
Eventually, Dr Kan Zaw, the Union Auditor-General, greeted the trainees frankly, and the ceremony concluded.
A total of twenty-one Assistant Directors and 28 Staff Officers from the Head Office and Audit Offices within the Union territory, 31 Assistant Directors and 20 Staff Officers from Region and State Offices of the Auditor General totalling 100 will attend the training. Six subjects, including ISSAI Based Financial Audit, ISSAI-Based Performance Audit and ISSAI Based Compliance Audit will be taught from 9:30 am to 4 pm on weekdays and Saturdays from 3.2.2022 until 19.2.2022 for two weeks in line with the COVID-19 related rules and regulations.
It is learnt that the Permanent Secretary, the Director- General (Audit Department), the Deputy Permanent Secretary, the Deputy Directors-General, responsible persons, lecturers and trainees attended the ceremony.
Similarly, the Union Auditor-General delivered an address at the Knowledge Sharing Seminar No13 with the theme of “Audit Findings due to the weakness of Internal Control” according to the Knowledge Sharing Programme (KSP) in the afternoon. 155 staff members from the Head Office and the Office of Myanmar Accountancy Council, 247 staff members from Regions and States totalling 402 attended the seminar; it is learnt that participants from the Assembly Hall attended physically, and other participants from 2 training halls in the Nay Pyi Taw Training School, office room of the Myanmar Accountancy Council and Region and State Offices of the Auditor-General attended virtually in line with the COVID-19 related rules and regulations. —MNA

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