Global certifications

IIA Global Certifications

Would you like to further your professional internal auditing credentials? Certification is the key to unlocking professional opportunities and demonstrating your commitment to the profession.

Whether you are new to the profession, interested in a specialist area or would like to obtain a globally recognised certification, The IIA's Certification Program can build your career and enhance job opportunities. 

The IIA offers the following professional certifications for practitioners seeking to showcase their knowledge and commitment to internal auditing:

CIA®​ Learning material

The CIA®​ exam is a self-study exam and candidates may choose their own method of preparing or practicing for the exam. Various CIA®​ exam review manuals are available such as IIA Learning Material and Gleim Learning Material. These manuals can be ordered through IIA-Australia.    


IIA Learning Material
IIA Learning Material (comprising of Part I, Part II and Part III) can be purchased below.

More information about IIA Learning Material can be found here.


Gleim Learning Material 2019

Gleim Learning Material (comprising of Part I, Part II and Part III) can be purchased below.

CPE REPORTING REQUIREMENTS

CPE is facilitated through a self-certification process with the completion and reporting of required CPE hours on an annual basis. 

Please refer to the Continuing Professional Education Policy: Requirements for Certification and Qualification Programs (formerly known as Administrative Directive #4) here.

The reporting deadline is December 31 each year. Certified candidates will receive three reminder emails from CCMS (Candidate Certification Management System) 90, 60 and 30 days before the deadline of December 31. All certified candidates will be required to login to CCMS and report their CPE. The CPE reporting fee will be payable directly to IIA Global through CCMS. The pricing structure is available here. IIA-certified professionals who fail to meet their CPE requirements by the reporting deadline will automatically be placed in inactive status and may not use their designation.

New CIAs are awarded 80 CPE hours; new CCSAs, CGAPs, CFSAs, and CRMAs are awarded 40 CPE hours. Half of the awarded CPE hours (40 or 20) are for the year in which the exam is passed, and the other half are for the subsequent year.

IIA certified professionals are responsible for ensuring that the CPE information reported is accurate and up-to-date. Also, IIA certified professionals are responsible for updating their contact details on the CCMS, to ensure receipt of notifications and reminders from CCMS. 

For further information on CPE reporting requirements, please see the below links

Please note: All certification holders must complete a minimum of two CPE/CPD credit hours in the subject area of ethics as part of their overall annual CPE (from 2018). Click here to view CPE Ethics FAQs. 

To assist you in meeting your CPE requirements, please check out the below list of recorded ethics webinars.  

 

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Contact Us

Looking to find out more about Certification? Contact:

Tara Twiddy
Education Coordinator 
E: education@iia.org.au
T: +61 2 9267 9155 
Toll Free: 1800 236 366 (outside Sydney)