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Drive Your Career Forward as a Certified Internal Auditor®

Take the fastest route to CIA in May, International Internal Audit Awareness Month, and save up to $230 on the application fee*.

If you like those numbers, you’ll enjoy this fact: Certified Internal Auditors (CIAs) on the average earn more than $38,000 annually than those without a certification.**

Why wait? Be fully aligned with the following fast track to standards alignment and career advancement with the only globally recognized internal audit certification.

 

1. Apply and Save.
Begin the application process by saving both money and time. Our step-by-step directions, from eligibility requirements to exam prep resources, help you successfully apply for, prepare, and pass the CIA.
2. Build a Road Map.
Earn your CIA in 18 months with a road map of properly placed training and education milestones and action items.
3. Accelerate Arrival With Prep.
Leverage CIA exam prep tools, like The IIA’s CIA Learning System®, to gain the necessary knowledge to effectively prepare and pass all three parts of the exam.
4. Earn Your CIA
With CIA behind your name, you earn added respect of your peers, stakeholders, and leaders that you are qualified, committed, and trusted for more opportunity.

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*Application fee for the Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) designation is waived until May 31, 2017. Additional exclusions may apply. Internal audit practitioners outside North America should check with their local Affiliate as some may not be participating in this offer.
**According to The IIA’s 2017 Internal Audit Compensation Study (based on U.S. responses).​