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Your annual membership subscription fee is non-transferrable. We reserve the right to refuse admission to membership; if we do so we will refund your annual subscription in full.
Subscriptions fall due annually on 1 April; members will receive email notification of the amount due in March. If payment is not received within one month of the due date, membership will lapse. The IIA then reserves the right to impose a re-application fee in addition to the standard subscription.
If you renew your membership subscription online, you are entitled to cancel it within seven days and receive a full refund. After this period, your subscription is non-refundable.
To request a refund, please call the Customer Services team on 020 7498 0101 or email email@example.com.
Applicants wishing to cancel a qualification registration or membership application must do so within 30 days of invoice date. After that date the full invoice amount remains payable.
These terms and conditions apply to all of our workshops, training courses, seminars, dinners and conferences. We use the word ‘event’ to describe all of these.
Payment must be received within 30 days of the invoice.
You can cancel your booking within two working days and receive a full refund, provided it isn’t less than ten working days before the event. After this period the following cancellation fees apply:
No refunds will be given for non-attendance.
We reserve the right to alter published programmes, speakers and venues without prior notice. If the event has to be cancelled altogether, we will notify you at least 14 days in advance of the event. Our liability is limited to a full refund of the event fee only. No compensation will be paid for any other costs incurred by the delegate, such as travel or accommodation.
The IIA accepts no liability if an event is cancelled or postponed for reasons beyond our reasonable control.
If you are unable to attend, you can send someone else in your place provided that person meets the entry requirements of the course. Please notify us in advance so that we can update our delegate list. If the replacement delegate is not entitled to attend at the same price (for example if an IIA member sends a non-IIA member in his or her place) then the difference in fees must be paid.
If you are unable to attend a course or workshop on the date you have booked, you can transfer to an alternative date for the same course or workshop if there are places available. You must do this 21 working days in advance of the event. If there are no alternative dates then our standard cancellation policy applies. Should you request a transfer within the 21 working days, then a 20% transfer fee applies. You may only transfer your booking once.
The IIA does not accept responsibility for anyone acting as a result of information or views expressed by speakers. Delegates should take specific advice when dealing with specific situations. Opinions expressed are those of individual speakers and not necessarily those of the IIA.
Employers who sponsor students may request information on your enrolment and progress on any part of the programme. We will provide employers with this information with the student’s agreement.
Payment for study programme can be either by cheque (payable to the IIA - UK and Ireland) or credit card. Employers sponsored students will receive an invoice payable in 30 days and such students must ensure that a purchase order number is quoted on the application form. The sponsoring employer must agree to the Terms & Conditions and by submitting the order form the employer agrees to be held responsible for payment. Orders will not be processed if the order form is not completed fully. The employer will be invoiced for the outstanding payment in Pound Sterling, and payment must be received by IIA Learning in Pound Sterling within 30 days. If payment is not received within 30 days, IIA Learning reserves the right to charge interest on the outstanding balance at the UK clearing bank base lending rate, to accrue daily.
The IIA reserves the right to alter published programmes, tutors, facilitators, fees or venues without prior notice. In such cases its liability will be restricted to a refund of any course fee paid.
For the IIA Diploma and IIA IT Auditing Certificate we will email confirmation of your registration on the tuition programme two weeks before the start of the study session. For the Advanced Diploma we will email your tutor details approximately two weeks from receipt of your application form. Joining instructions for events including venue details will be issued approximately 6-8 weeks prior to the workshop.
Students wanting to cancel their workshop attendance can do so up to 10 working days of the event taking place, and will be liable for an administration charge of 20% of the standard selling price of the event. Students wanting to cancel their attendance after the 10 day threshold will be liable for 100% of the standard selling price of the event.
Employers sponsoring students may request information on your enrolment and progress including, assignment results, take-up of mock exam and attendance at student workshops and revision workshops with agreement of the student.
Orders will be processed on receipt. Study materials will be delivered between 9:00 and 17:00 during weekdays only. It is therefore imperative that IIA Learning is provided with an address where someone will be available to sign for receipt of the study materials.
Once the order has been processed, delivery will be within 10 working days (subject to the availability of the required study material). If you have not received your study material within 15 days, or if you have any queries regarding the ordering process, please contact the IIA Learning on 020 7819 1905 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please be aware that your name, telephone number and delivery details (but no other details) will be forwarded to an external dispatch contractor who will use this information to deliver your material. Delivery times mentioned in any quotation, order or telephone conversation are approximate only and IIA Learning shall not be held liable for any delay in delivery howsoever caused.
In order to access the CIA Learning Centre, we will provide your name, surname and email address to Holmes Corporation who are responsible for the Learning Centre
The IIA recognises that a change of circumstances can be unavoidable and may necessitate students withdrawing from their course of study. Should you wish to withdraw from your course of study you will need to notify us in writing.
CIA learning materials should be completely unmarked and undamaged, and preferably still in the original wrapping. Returned materials that are marked or damaged will not be refunded. The IIA will arrange for collection of returned materials. To arrange this please contact the IIA Learning team at email@example.com or on 020 7819 1905.
For the IIA Diploma and the IIA IT Auditing Certificate a percentage of the tuition fee will be refundable, depending on the date of notification:
June to November study session:
December to June study session:
Students wanting to withdraw from the Advanced Diploma qualifications should notify IIA Learning in writing within 10 days of registering, and return all material. Materials must be unopened and all opened materials will be charged. Withdrawing within the 10 day window period will result in a full refund less an administration charge of 20%.
Studies cannot be deferred - students wanting to defer their registration will be required to either withdraw or cancel. The deadlines refer to the date of receipt of your letter of notification in the Institute's office in Clapham Common, London. So, please allow sufficient time for postal delays.
It is not possible for students to defer workshop attendance to different study sessions. Students can request a change of workshop date/venue if available and if possible without any charge. Students cannot nominate a third party to attend in their place.
The IIA does not accept responsibility for anyone acting as a result of information or views expressed on its study programmes and workshops. Delegates should take specific advice when dealing with specific situations. Opinions expressed are those of individual speakers and not necessarily those of the IIA.
By enroling on one of our qualifications, you are agreeing to the following statements:
Once you have booked an exam for the IIA Diploma or IIA Advanced Diploma, it cannot be cancelled or deferred, unless there is a valid medical or personal reason for not attending the exam.
If you are prevented from taking an exam as a result of ill health or personal issues, you can apply for a refund by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
You must do this within two weeks of the scheduled exam date and your request must include independent medical evidence, such as a doctor's letter.
The late exam entry fee will not be refunded in any circumstances. See exam fees for details.
Payment must be received within 30 days of the invoice, and before the assessment takes place.
Applicants wishing to cancel their CBE assessment must do so within seven days of booking onto an assessment date in order to receive a full refund. After this period, the assessment fee is non-refundable.
In the event that a candidate can no longer attend their CBE assessment, they may transfer to an alternative date at the next available session. Candidates must do this within 21 working days of their assessment date. There will be a transfer charge of £300 to cover costs incurred by the IIA. Candidates may only transfer their booking once.
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