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A week long training was conducted in the Conference Hall of RAA on Non-revenue & Refundable Deposits and Google Apps. The courses were coordinated by the HRIRD as per the in-house training calendar 2014-2015. The training delivered by the in-house trainers and IT personnel was attended by employees of RAA from the head office and regional offices.
The Assistant Auditor General (AAG) of the Office of Assistant Auditor General, Tsirang accompanied by two senior auditors conducted an audit awareness programme at Sarpang Dzongkhag on 17th October 2014. A total of 21 School Principals attended the programme at the sideline of 23rd Dzongkhag Education Conference held in Dzongkhag Tshogdu Hall.
Commenced from 13th October, 2014, the Course Design Development & Review Workshop is on fullswing in Phuentsholing, Chhukha, Bhutan. It is in line with the spillover activity of the Capacity Development Project of Royal Audit Authority (RAA) supported by Austrian Development Cooperation. Key major activity of the Project comprises of developing and launching of 22 Audit Manuals and two Policy Documents. As the manuals and policy documents are in editorial stage, the selected participants for the workshop are being trained on how to design and develop course materials to deliver trainings on Audit Manuals. Draft training materials will be developed during the workshop.
The Hon’ble Auditor General of Bhutan, Dasho Ugen Chewang accompanied by Mr. Tashi Tobgay, Assistant Auditor General and Mr. Chandra B. Gurung , Dy. Chief Audit Officer left the Country today to attend the 16th Meeting of INTOSAI WGEA in Philippines. The meeting streching over the period of four days from 29th September to 2nd October of 2014 is hosted by the Commission on Audit of Philippines. It is expected to provide the member Supreme Audit Institutions (SAIs) with a broader knowledge and experience on current environmental issues and serve as a forum for sharing environmental audit experiences, building external relationship and setting an aspired future direction of the INTOSAI WGEA.
With expected escalating trend of imparting trainings to its employees as to cope up with changes in external auditing environment, the Royal Audit Authority has sent around16 officers to undergo over a weeklong Training of Trainers (ToT) courses in Bangkok, Thailand. The training commenced from 18th September, 2014 is expected to provide the participants with basic hands on experience on methodologies and tools required for effective course delivery. The participants will embrace key learning processes focusing on adult learning principles, including various stages of learning cycles. After availing the training, in the process of recapitulation the participants will rehearse lessons learnt in the In-house ToT course scheduled in the RAA headquarters. Further, they will be trained to align their training skills with INTOSAI and ASOSAI structured training standards. And also the same group of participants will be fully engaged in designing course materials and conducting in-house trainings of RAA in the near future.