IIA Certificate in Internal Audit and Business Risk
For those new to internal audit or on secondment
When you study the IIA Certificate in Internal Audit and Business Risk you need to complete four awards from the list below to earn the IACert designation.
You can also study any of the awards as a standalone course if you wish. Each one will give you a thorough grounding in the practice and principles of one of the cornerstones of internal audit.
A richer learning experience
The awards involve more than just attendance. Each one requires about 30 hours of learning through reading and reflection in addition to attending the two-day course and completing a personal development log.
Learn about the essential characteristics of corporate governance and risk management, and the contribution they make to organisational effectiveness.
Understand the framework within which internal controls and assurance are set. Learn how internal control contributes to the success of an organisation.
Learn how to contribute to the effective delivery of audit objectives, including providing assurance to clients and adding value to the organisation.
Most internal audit work involves dealing with other people so interpersonal skills are essential. Learn tools, techniques and exercises to improve your skills.
Understand the purpose of compliance auditing and carry out such audits for a client. Learn methods used for testing, gathering evidence and evaluating findings and assurance.
Praise for the IIA Award in interpersonal skills for audit and assurance
I would like to send my thanks and appreciation to Ros Goodall for such a excellent course! I felt that throughout the two-day course she confidently and competently guided us through the training adding essential personal experience where appropriate. She allowed the group to share their experiences and created an environment in which we felt confident and comfortable enough to progress with all the activities. A number of us within the group agreed that it had been their best training course they had ever been on, even beyond IIA training.