New Reality, Same CPEs Required to Retain Your IIA Certification(s)
The IIA understands the uncertainty of the times, which is why we’ve made online training a very viable, virtual reality. Choose from OnDemand courses available 24/7, facilitator-led and livestreaming seminars and one-hour webinars, or leader-driven and livestreaming conferences.
- > LEARN and EARN – Contact your local IIA Affiliate to learn about local in-person and online training on audit-related issues for which attendees can earn CPE credit. You may also take advantage of the IIA Webinar Playback Library
- > REPORT – Do not forget to report your CPE/CPDs in the Certification Candidate Management System (CCMS) by 31 December 2020 to keep your IIA certification(s) in good standing.
- > RETAIN – You have worked hard to earn your IIA certification(s), so it’s important to keep them active and stand out from your peers. Learn more.
Don’t Miss Out on The IIA Registry
Individuals who have earned an IIA certification and maintain Active status 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.
All your credit-earning opportunities and reporting requirements can be accessed here.