NGERS Audit Compliance Training
This course is for existing financial auditors who wish to apply to the Clean Energy Regulator to become a registered Greenhouse and Energy Auditor (GEA) and who need to demonstrate appropriate evidence of the NGER legislation knowledge requirements.
A three-quarter day Webinar on the NGER legislation covering those sections set out in Part G of the Greenhouse and Energy Auditor Registration Guidelines for Category 1 (non-technical) and Category 2 auditors. The training program covers all of the Parts, Divisions & Schedules set out in Appendix B of the Guidelines.
The Course Covers the Following Content over 4 Sessions
The National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting Act 2007
- Part 1 – What’s in the Act?
- Part 2 – Who needs to register? How to register?
What do you need to do?
- Part 3 – Obligations on registered organisations.
- Part 4 – Disclosure of reported information
This session covers the provisions of the Act relevant registration, reporting and compliance including references to the audit process and requirements.
National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting Regulations 2008
- Regulation 1.03 – Definitions
- Division 2 – Interpretation
- Division 4 – Obligations of registered corporations
- Division 6 – Administration
- Schedule 1 – Fuels and energy commodities
- Schedule 2 – Industry sectors
This session covers the NGERS Regulations, a highly detailed and complex document of more than 160 pages. The session will distil the main components of the regulations to facilitate understanding and assist in identifying related implications for audit teams and their clients.
National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting (Measurement) Determination 2008
- Part 1.1 – Overview and definitions
- Part 1.2 – Measurement, standards and methods
This session covers specific issues relating to the measurement of greenhouse gas emissions and the production and consumption of energy.
National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting (Audit) Determination 2009
- Part 1 – Introduction, definitions, types of audits and assurance
- Part 2 – Audit procedures and protocols
- Part 3 – Assurance engagements: planning, performance and reporting
- Part 4 – Verification engagements: planning, performance and reporting
This session covers aspects relating specifically to the audit procedures and processes, including assurance engagement, planning and performing assurance work and verification.
Who should do the training?
Existing financial auditors who wish to apply to the Clean Energy Regulator to become a registered Greenhouse and Energy Auditor and need to demonstrate appropriate evidence of the NGER legislation knowledge requirements.
Why do the training?
To register as a Greenhouse and Energy Auditor, the NGER Regulations 2008 (Legislative Instrument no 127, 2008 as amended) require that applicants have NGER legislation knowledge and be able to provide to the Clean Energy Regulator appropriate evidence of the knowledge (sub-regulation 6.14). Section 7 of the National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting (Auditor Registration) Instrument 2010, requires evidence of how the knowledge was obtained, including relevant training in NGER legislation.
What is the training?
A 3/4 day Webinar on the NGER legislation covering those sections set out in Part G of the Greenhouse and Energy Auditor Registration Guidelines for Category 1 (non-technical) and Category 2 auditors. The training program covers all of the Parts, Divisions & Schedules set out in Appendix B of the Guidelines.
Is the NGERS Course relevant and applicable to non-financial auditors?
No, it isn’t. In order to be a Category 2 NGER auditor the person effectively needs to be a financial auditor. If a technical auditor wants to become part of an audit team they need to partner with an existing registered financial auditor.
What is the cost?
Course Cost: $950 + GST