The IIA understands the uncertainty of the times, which is why we’ve made online training a very viable, virtual reality for earning required CPEs. Choose from OnDemand courses available 24/7, the IIA Webinar Playback Library, and livestreaming conferences.
IIA-credentialed individuals must report 40 Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits earned in support of the Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) credential, and 20 hours for specialty certifications, including the Certification in Control Self-Assessment (CCSA), Certified Financial Services Auditor (CFSA), Certified Government Auditing Professional (CGAP), Certification in Risk Management Assurance (CRMA), and Qualification in Internal Audit Leadership (QIAL).
All IIA-certified individuals are required to earn two of their CPE credits in ethics. To help with this requirement, The IIA is offering two new ethics courses (Ethical Behavior and Ethical Scenarios for Technology), as well as Ethics for Internal Auditors and Code of Ethics Conformance through OnDemand training. Participants can save on the OnDemand courses when purchased as part of The IIA’s Ethics Essentials course bundle.
IIA-credentialed individuals must report credits earned by 31 December 2020, unless the certification itself was earned in 2020. IIA members should check with their local affiliate for CPE reporting guidelines and pricing. CPE reporting fees vary globally based on membership status.
All individuals who have earned an IIA certification and maintain it by reporting CPE are eligible to opt in to The IIA Certification Registry. This up-to-date record provides an opportunity for employers and recruiters to verify your certification. The registry will only include the following: certification holder’s first and last name; certificate ID; certification status; country of residence. Inclusion in the registry is voluntary.
Learn more about CPE-earning opportunities, requirements, and The IIA Certification Registry.
Report your CPEs for 2020. Questions about CPEs? Click here.