Date: Monthly, July 24 - November 14, 2018
Time: 10:00 AM (CT)
Program Level: Intermediate CPE Credits: 7 Hours
Delivery: Group-Internet Based Prerequisites: Some joint interest accounting experience preferred
Advance Prep: None Field of Study: Auditing
Instructor: Dalin Error
This series of webinars provides a basic overview and in-depth look at Joint Interest Audit Accounting procedures and processes (excludes Revenue & Payout). This course will provide accountants and other petroleum players with an understanding of the necessary functions and operations for Joint Interest Auditing. Ideally individuals will have prior training courses related to Joint Interest Accounting and Operations or comparable industry experience, including a competency understanding key provisions in a COPAS model form accounting procedure.
- Apply principles of contract interpretations and be prepared to justify position for audit exceptions submitted.
- Recognize the contractual basis for the audit function.
- Determine the best tools to utilize for your contract compliance review needs.
- Apply concepts in tips and tools of the trade.
- Recall industry trends and solutions to trending problems.
Audit Rights (1 Hr) Tues, July 24 $60
Audit Preparation (2.5 Hrs) Tues, August 14 $150
COPAS Publication References on the Audit Trail (1 Hr) Tues, September 11 $60
Auditing Tools and Tips of the Trade (1 Hr) Tues, October 16 $60
Practical Side of Reconciliations (1.5 Hrs) Wed, November 14 $90
Individual Webinar Subscription: Click on the course links above to register
Full Webinar Subscription: $350 ($70 Discount!): Register at the bottom of this page
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