Following government advice, we are implementing our contingency plans to ensure that our services to members are maintained as near to normal as possible, with the needs of our members, staff, volunteers and suppliers very much at the forefront of our minds.
As the conditions and our response evolves, we will provide regular updates here.
Read on for details of our response to the virus including relevant guidance to support you.
Protecting our staff and ensuring continuity for members
We have closed our offices. This means that staff members will be working remotely until further notice. We are replanning the face-to-face aspects of our services and, where possible, finding digital alternatives for delivering them. We will update these pages as our plans evolve.
You can find information regarding changes to our events programme and what to do about cancellations here and on our COVID-19 policy page.
Audit & Risk Magazine has gone digital
We've digitised our magazine for internal auditors so that we can continue to deliver it to members in the current climate.
The new digital magazine not only gives back to the environment, but also speaks to the increasing online world that we find ourselves in.
Training courses to run virtually
Due to the Coronavirus situation, a selection of face-to-face courses will run as live virtual courses until December.
Our virtual courses allow you to learn and interact in a dynamic online training environment combining video, voice and chat messaging.
Pearson Vue, an exam provider of ours, have suspended all exams in a bid to protect staff and test candidates and prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Candidates concerned about the exam authorisation window should get in touch with IIA Global via the CCMS - where you'll also be able to re-book exams for free.
Status updates on Pearson Vue's contingency planning in this regard can be found here
For more information regarding our student support, click here.
Heads of Internal Audit Virtual Forum
An open environment where audit leaders can exchange information or concerns for the purposes of helping each other throughout what will inevitably be a period of very significant challenge for us all.
Local Authority Internal Audit Forum
A new monthly virtual forum, building on the Heads of Internal Audit Virtual Forum. Aimed at internal auditors in a local authority setting.
Catch all the latest guidance from the Institute and beyond on the unfolding coronavirus situtation.
Click here for our full list of COVID-19-related guidance.
Competing crises - pandemic, climate and recession
Find out what crises are competing for the attention of internal auditors.
How organisations globally are responding to COVID-19
Survey results from internal auditors in 95 countries – Part 1
COVID-19: The initial impact on internal audit worldwide
Survey results from internal auditors in 95 countries – Part 2
Skills for internal auditors in a post-Covid world
What skills will be most in demand and what can you do about it?
'Bottling' the lessons of COVID-19
Hold on to these lessons learnt during COVID-19 and 'bottle' them to improve the way internal audit works in future.
Internal audit after COVID-19
The new 'normal’ as the world emerges from COVID-19 lockdown will not, and cannot, be like the old normal. How can this shape the future of internal audit?
If you would like to contact a member of our team regarding any of the above, please click here