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Our mission in Internal Audit at Charles Sturt University is to enhance and protect organisational value through our work and help the University achieve its goals for our communities, our students and our internal capability.
Management are looking for internal audits that help them reduce risk (where appropriate), improve the business and be assured that appropriate governance, risk management and control arrangements are in place and working effectively.
Our program of audits will be carefully considered so they are relevant, timely and genuinely add value. Our approach in every aspect of our work is to support Charles Sturt University in the achievement of its objectives by shining a light on the effectiveness and efficiency of the key processes which are controlling the big risks. We aim to collaborate by providing constructive, practical, insightful recommendations to identified weaknesses in our processes. The audit process is used, not to place blame, but only to strengthen what we do.
 Core Principles for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing, Institute of Internal Auditors
Internal Audit's purpose, scope, authority and reporting arrangements are defined in the Internal Audit Charter.
The purpose of the Internal Audit Manual is to: