Just in time for the holidays: An Introduction to policyIQ Training event!

Just a reminder—our quarterly training session focusing on the basics of policyIQ is just around the corner! Ideal for new or prospective users of policyIQ, this training session will offer viewers the chance to check out the essential components and navigation of our cloud-based program.  In this particular session, we will pay special attention internal audit examples.  Even seasoned audit users may benefit from this walk-through of a typical audit workflow!

Participants of the training will leave knowing better how to:

  • Locate content and navigate in policyIQ.
  • Pass content through a basic workflow. (We’ll use an example of an audit, and pass a control test through a workflow.)
  • Link and attach content, such as uploading files as evidence for a test, and linking tests to controls to show relationships.
  • Monitor, analyze and share findings using reports, such as tracing Deficiencies back to Risks left vulnerable.

Join policyIQ Client Service Representative, Travis Whalen; Managing Director, Chris Burd; and Product Director, Stephenie Buehrle as we walk with you through the site and prepare you to hit the ground running.  It’s a great chance to head into the holiday break with some great new guidance on how to best use policyIQ.

We will also send out a recording of the session which you are free to share with anyone in your organization!

Participants will be eligible to earn 1 CPE credit for attending.

The session starts on Thursday, November 20, at 12:00 noon US ET.  Register today and we’ll see you there!

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