Data Visualization in Audit Reporting

Apr 7, 2021 Online No Fee
Apr 6, 2021 Auditing

Data visualization is an important tool for effectively communicating important information and is increasingly being used in both internal and external auditing.

What will you learn

At the webinar, we will discuss how public sector auditors can effectively visualize the data they have collected to highlight messages and organize them for optimal understanding and use. This in turn helps the management to more easily understand complex issues and make data-driven decisions that may be difficult to detect when only available in heavy text form.

How will you benefit

By the end of the webinar participants will have:

  •   Received insights on data visualization and why is important in the profession of internal auditing
  •   Explained the benefits of how and why to illustrate audit reports
  •   Identified tools and examples from data visualization put into the practice in the region
  •   Recognized the benefits of data visualization for better communication of audit findings

Who should attend

This webinar has been designed for internal auditing professionals of ministries, agencies and other public sector organizations, external auditors and performance auditors of supreme audit institutions.


This learning initiative will be delivered under the guidance of:

  • drs. Roos Kalker, Audit Manager, Operational Audit (OA)​,Central Government Audit Service, the Netherlands
  • Jussi Bright, Principal Auditor, European Court of Auditors, Luxembourg
  • Aleksandra Vugrin, Visual Communication Designer, Court of Audit, Slovenia
  • Renate Meier, Central Government Audit Service, the Netherlands

Practical information

This webinar is free to join. Please feel free to bring this webinar under the attention also to your colleagues who may find the discussion particularly timely and useful.

When: April 7, 2021, at 10:00 CET. Webinar room will open 20 minutes before the official start.

Duration: 90 minutes


This learning initiative was supported by:

Ministry of Finance, the Netherlands Ministry of Finance, Slovenia