The most imprtant element in any program or function in an organization is an idependent Audit to test the effectiveness, efficiency and operation of this function or program. An unaudited function or program is as good as being non-existent.
ACC's audit approach focuses on the policies and procedures that make up the program being audited. We address each element of the program and also include the management systems that are used to implement the program.
There are three main phases of the audit:
- Pre-Audit: planning and organizing the audit; establishing the audit objectives, scope and protocol; and reviewing the design of the program by examining documentation;
- On-site Audit: conducting personnel interviews, reviewing records, and making observations to assess program implementation;
- Post-Audit: preparing a report.