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26 July 2016
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My audit lasted the whole year – when should I record it?

The main aim of the audit is to test whether you are doing what you should be doing by comparing yourself to a guideline. Therefore, audits come in many shapes and sizes and are all valuable. If your audit was conducted over the whole year then you should record your audit in the year that most of the work was completed. For example if your audit started in May 2020 and was completed at the end of April 2021 but you just had a few loose ends to finish up, then you should record your audit as competed by 30 April 2020.

If you recorded your audit as completed for a date after 30 April 2020, it will display in the current year, 2020 2021, and your statement will indicate that you had not completed an audit for the 2019 2020 year when you actually did. If this applies to you then you can change your audit completed date using the edit function next to the activity in your ePortfolio and the audit will then display in the relevant year. Please email us on if you need assistance with this.