Certified Internal Auditor Part I

Certified Internal Auditor Part I

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Level Advanced
Certificate Certified Internal Auditor Part I
Abbreviation CIA PI

Course Description

The CIA is the only globally accepted designation for internal auditors and the standard by which individuals demonstrate their professionalism in internal auditing. Moreover, earning the CIA designation is more than just proof of what you know and what you’ve achieved — it’s the best way for auditing professionals to communicate to the world that they are prepared to meet today’s challenges.

Course Objectives

Individuals who pursue the CIA title will earn one of the most prestigious professional qualifications in the world and will benefit from:

  • Top quality training in all aspects of internal audit
  • Excellent career prospects as one of the best-qualified individuals in the auditing profession
  • Proof of their commitment and potential to excel at the top of their profession

Certificate Description

A trainee must complete the course with attendance rate over 80% to obtain a certification of Completion in Certified Internal Auditor Part I.

Target Attendence

Earning the CIA designation is an important accomplishment as a professional advantage for internal auditors during all stages of their careers including:

  • Chief Audit Executives
  • Audit Directors
  • Audit Managers and Staff
  • Risk Management Staff
  • Business and Finance Professionals
  • Private and Public Accountants (CPA's)
  • Recent College Graduates

Foundation of Internal Auditing
Independence and Objectivity
Proficiency and Due Professional Care
Quality Assurance and Improvement Program
Governance, Risk Management, and Control
Fraud Risks
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Dr. Muhammad Oukal

Chief Executive Officer of ALTANMYA - Consulting & Development

OVERVIEW

The CIA credential elevates your standing in the audit community, boosting your career opportunities and earning you increased credibility and respect within the profession, and it serves as the only internationally accepted designation for internal auditors.

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