Certified Internal Auditor (CIA®)The CIA® designation is increasingly in demand from employers across the globe and opens up a world of career opportunities.
CIA®: Three Letters That Spell Success
What a CIA® really does
- As a CIA working in internal audit you’ll be engaged in all aspects of an organization giving valuable input. Most CIAs don’t come from an accounting background either - they could be:
- former engineers
- IT specialists
The career with a future
- Be among the most wanted
- Put yourself in the top five careers
- Earn more money
- High demand is making CIA salaries rise
- Stand out from the crowd
- A credential that’s one of its kind
These skills can be yours
- To become a CIA you will acquire in-depth knowledge of internal audit basics & practice as well as the diverse elements required to excel.
- Part I: Internal Audit Basics
- Part II: Internal Audit Practice
- Part III: Internal Audit Knowledge Elements
CIA® can boost your earning power
How to become a CIA® charterholder?
1. The requirements
To enroll in the CIA® Pro¬gram you need to meet requi¬rements in order to qualify:
- 1. Hold a Bachelor degree
- 2. Two years education and five years experience in inter¬nal audit
- 3. Seven years experience in internal audit
2- Register to the CIA Exam
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3- Prepare the CIA Exam
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4- Become CIA charterholder
To become a CIA® you’ll need a minimum of 24 months of internal auditing experience, or its equivalent. To maintain your CIA® certification you’ll need to annually certify you’ve achieved up to 40 hours of CPE credits
How to prepare for the CIA® certification?This designation requires a combination of optimal review program and efficient study materials. Top Finance, in partnership with PRC, accompanies you through your CIA® Exam preparation thanks to comprehensive program available in various formats:
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