Certified Internal Auditor® (CIA®)

Applicants for the CIA program agree to accept the terms of the program including testing confidentiality, ethics, continuing education (CPE), and other conditions set by the Commission IIA Professional Qualification (PCB) set forth. CIA applicants must meet the following entry and exit eligibility requirements for the CIA designation: All documents (education certificates, written references, and identity documents) must be authenticated.

Benefits of CIA Certification

PCB (Professional Certification Board) is a valid license holder of the American Certified Public Accountant (CPA). It approves the work experience and education exemptions of members with ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) qualifications and seeks CIA certification. The educational exemption was approved. The PCB support requirement exemption was passed because the experience and education requirements of ACCA members and the education requirements of the US CPA meet and/or exceed these requirements in the CIA program. Candidates can consider these exemptions by creating the fields shown in the CIA application. CIA applications submitted by ACCA-qualified members and active U.S. CPA license holders will be suspended, and certification and administrators will confirm that members and licenses are active.