The Internal Audit Practitioner is the first step to becoming professionally qualified and provides access to the CIA for non-graduates.
There are no education or experience requirements.
Why do the Internal Audit Practitioner designation?
The Internal Audit Practitioner designation has been designed to be the first step to becoming professionally qualified and provides access to the CIA for non-graduates.
What you will learn?
The syllabus for the Internal Audit Practitioner designation is divided into five syllabus domains, each dealing with a set of standards:
1. Internal Audit Attributes (IIA Standard 1000, 1100, 1200) 2. Nature of work (IIA Standard 2100)
3. Engagement planning (IIA Standard 2200)
4. Engagement work (IIA Standard 2300)
5. Engagement communication (IIA Standard 2400)
Consult the Syllabus online
We have a new cohort starting every six to eight weeks. Below is a list of our upcoming scheduled sessions:
- March 2021
- May 2021 Enrolment for the sessions closes two weeks before the due start date, and you will be able to access the online content one week before the official start date.
What kind of exam will I have to take ?
As part of the syllabus, there are quizzes to complete. The quizzes are designed to help you assess your level of understanding as you proceed through the course, culminating in a challenging practice exam that will help you sit your exam confidently.
How do I access the class ?
Although the course takes eight weeks to complete, you will have access to all the content – including recordings of the virtual classes for a further six months so you can take your time preparing for the exam and take it when you are ready.
How much does it cost ?
Please consult the princing : https://www.iia.org.uk/qualifications/internal-audit-practitioner/#costings