Every working professional needs to earn a certification in order to define their professionalism. The CIA-Certified Internal Auditor review course program in MNR-TSDI is strategically designed to cater to every working professional to assist them in earning the only certification for Internal Auditors. Your key to professional opportunities in Dubai and beyond. The lectures are carried out by certified instructors who have vast professional experience in the field and extensive expertise in teaching.
As exemplified by the Institute of Internal Auditors, “earning the CIA designation is a valuable accomplishment and a professional advantage for auditors at all stages of their careers, including chief audit executives, audit managers, audit staff, and risk management staff, as well as students enrolled in an accounting or other business or financial degree program”.

 

The Certifying Body: IIA

Established in 1941, The Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) is an international professional association with global headquarters in Altamonte Springs, Florida, USA. The IIA is the internal audit profession’s global voice, recognized authority, acknowledged leader, chief advocate, and principal educator. Members work in internal auditing, risk management, governance, internal control, information technology audit, education, and security.

 

Minimum Entry Requirements:

—4-year post-secondary degree or higher from an accredited college or university.

—Full-Time Students: Students who are in their senior (final) year may enter the CIA program and sit for CIA exam parts before completing their education requirement; however, before they are certified, they must meet all supporting requirements.

CIA education requirement exception:

Candidates may become eligible for the CIA, subject to approval, who possess:

—2 years post-secondary education AND 5 years verified work experience in internal auditing or its equivalent;

OR

—7 years verified work experience in internal auditing or its equivalent.

—Minimum of 2 years internal audit experience or its equivalent. A statement of the candidate’s work history must be attested to by the candidate’s former or current manager, or someone holding an active IIA Global Certification.

—Equivalent experience means experience in audit/assessment disciplines including: external auditing, quality assurance, compliance, and internal control.

—Either a master’s degree or work experience in related business professions (such as accounting, law, or finance) can be substituted for 12 months of experience.

 

What this program includes:

Preparation and Revision Program include:

  • Over 70 hours of live lectures
  • An overview of all critical concepts
  • Covers 3-Parts content specification stated in the IIA body of knowledge
  • End-of-section questions and explanations to test your understanding
  • Mock Exams after each part
  • Revision of main concepts and critical topics
  • Tips on CIA exam preparation and study planning
  • An extensive reference bibliography

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