Johannesburg / 01 June 2021
The ADP team commenced a research project to review the ADP and identify its successes and areas of improvement. This ultimately culminated in recommendations to improve the programme. As part of the initial self-assessment, the team also noted that it would be critical to obtain feedback from stakeholders and conduct research on the continued viability of the ADP in its current form.
A task force was formed to review the outcome from the research and propose solutions for the challenges identified; and that resulted in the evolved ADP Reloaded.
The objective of the ADP Reloaded project is to holistically explore and implement solutions to improve the ADP processes and experience. Overall, this is to ensure that the ADP assessment processes are efficient and effective to produce suitably qualified and competent registered auditors (RAs).
The registered candidate auditors (RCAs) who enrolled on the ADP, prior to the launch of the ADP Reloaded, will be affected by the changes, due to these having an impact on how the ADP is repositioned going forward. Therefore, it is important to set out key principles that will facilitate a seamless transition from the current ADP to the ADP Reloaded. As such, a phased-in approach is being taken to implement the key changes that form part of the ADP Reloaded. These changes, which form part of phase 1, are as follows:
New PoE Template and the Roll-out Process
As part of the ADP Reloaded, two new policies have been introduced, a policy on International Secondment and Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). The new policies are effective retrospectively from 01 April 2021 and can be found in the POE guidance. The new template and PoE guidance are available on the ADP website at https://www.irbalearning.co.za/.
For more details, please feel free to contact the ADP team by emailing email@example.com.