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Certified Internal Auditor 

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Demonstrate Their Knowledge, Skills, and Competencies

NEW CIA Exam Now Available.

Having a team with Certified Internal Auditor® (CIA®) after their names demonstrates to stakeholders that your internal audit department is aligned and possesses the latest knowledge, skills, and competencies to effectively carry out the professional responsibilities to conduct any internal audit, anywhere.

With CIA in their titles, your team members prove they are credible, competent, and committed to helping your organization improve its culture and enhance critical processes.

A CIA certified team is...:

  • Made up of stronger, more competent professionals.
  • Comprised of credible and trusted internal auditors.
  • Equipped to evolve with unexpected challenges.
  • Essential to the organization’s success.
  • A valuable source of sound candidates for succession planning.

Prove their credibility and proficiency.



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