The Office of the Auditor-General serves as an independent source of impartial information concerning
state and local government entities and provides specific recommendations to improve the operations
of those entities, it is fact-based information that Parliament needs to fulfil one of its most important roles;
holding the Namibian government accountable for its stewardship of public funds.
Our Training Programmes
The Office of the Auditor-General Namibia's annual training programme includes:
Trainees are subjected to a 2 year in-service/ on the job-training which includes a robust and intense
Internal Functional Training Course (IFTC)& that requires a pass rate of 70% before the Auditor& can
be conferred with the powers to execute the duties & responsibilities of the& Auditor-General on
- Compulsory training course for Assistant Auditors in Government budgeting, accounting, audit methodology, etc.
- The examination pass mark is 70%;
- Basic performance training
- Advance/refresher courses in financial and performance audits.&