Certified internal auditor (CIA) certification, achieved by passing a rigorous three-part exam, indicates a dedication to internal auditing and demonstrates credibility in the field. CIAs can pursue more advanced job opportunities than non-certified auditors, management analysts or reviewers.
Internal auditors assess and recommend how an agency’s or company's operations and finances comply with the law as well as risk, information security and performance management.
The Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) grants the CIA credential. Just 41% of test-takers passed the exam in 2020, proving the CIA's selective outcomes. Stringent CIA certification requirements can boost a certified internal auditor's credibility, esteem and advancement in government and commercial entities. The CIA designation is recognized globally.
This live instructor led CIA Exam Preparation program can be taken in its three-part entirety over seven Saturday mornings, or as individual parts. The course includes Gleim textbooks and access to practice test banks; or students can take just the instructor led training without purchasing the Gleim textbooks.
Who Should Attend?
Auditors, management analysts, evaluators, accountants, financial managers or investigators in government, government support contractors and commercial industry seeking to enhance their professional capabilities, stature, and careers though attainment of the CIA designation.
Full Course (Part I, II, & III): Textbooks included - $1,499.00
Part I Only - Textbook included - $699.00 - Textbook Not included - $549.00
Part II Only - Textbook included - $699.00 - Textbook Not included - $549.00
Part III Only - Textbook included - $899.00 - Textbook Not included - $699.00
This course is currently being offered in the following training modality:
Emphasizes the essentials of internal auditing. This section tests basic skill proficiency and understanding of internal auditing concepts, including governance, risk management, control. industry standards and principles, consulting, and quality assurance.
Emphasizes basic skill proficiency and understanding of internal auditing concepts, including governance, risk management, and control.
Includes business-focused areas relevant to auditing. Topics include business acumen, financial management, information security, and information technology.
Part I, II and III
Includes all of the above.