Auditor General of South Africa (AGSA) is inviting all suitable unemployed candidates to apply for their ongoing Forensic Learnership Programmme for 2022.
Using the existing structures and success of the TA programme, we have developed a skills-specific programme that will help us to develop our own internal forensics talent. This will create a pipeline not just for the IBU, but for the organisation as a whole, as this skill will add value to every future audit and to the entire sector.
Such a programme would also contribute to the forensic environment by developing skills for the public and private sectors, which would reinforce our position as a training organisation and contribute to transforming scarce skills and the employability of South Africans.
The programme will also increase the positive impact that forensic skills have on the audit environment, and such an endeavour could position the AGSA as a leader in this area.
The programme is a bespoke 3-year development vehicle focusing on building the integrative skills capacity for audits with niche exposure in Integration, Investigations and Material Irregularities inclusive of professional examinations to assess competence culminating in a recognized professional qualification of FP(SA).
- CA (SA) or
- RGA or degree in Forensic Auditing or
- Degree in Accounting or
- Degree in CTA or
- a Legal degree in combination with a forensic diploma
- Experience: Ranges between relevant degree with no work experience to completed articles (Auditing/ Legal with some forensic background/experience)
Location: South Africa
How To Apply
Closing Date: 30 November 2021