Ko te CIA (Auditor ā-tohu) ti'araa Ko te ti'araa anake te ao manakohia ai mo ngā kaikaute tātari o roto. Anyone can study to become a CIA, but several prerequisites must be fulfilled. Ki te whakaaro koe hoko he CIA, you first need to make sure you are eligible for that qualification.
Tohu Ngā ā-Auditor
You must meet a few CIA certification requirements before taking your career to the next step.
Before you can sit for the CIA exam, you must make sure you have the proper education.
CIA candidates are required to have a 4-year post-secondary degree (teitei e aore). This degree must come from an accredited university that is recognized by the IIA.
I tohu o oti te mātauranga, Ka hiahiatia kia koe ki te whakaatu rānei:
- He kape o koutou tohu tuhinga mana ranei
- He reta i tou whare wānanga whakau koutou tohu
- A letter from evaluation services that confirms the level of your degree
If your name has changed since your university graduation, Ka hoki te hiahiatia koe ki te whakaatu i to outou tuhinga huringa ingoa ture.
Tae noa ki tata, the IIA did not accept any form of work experience in place of education. This has since changed, and candidates are now eligible to take the CIA exam if they meet one of the following conditions:
- Have attaine 2 tau mātauranga pou-tuarua me 5 tau o te wheako mahi manatoko i roto i te tātari ā-he ōrite ranei, ranei
- Can demonstrate 7 tau o te wheako mahi manatoko i roto i te tātari ā-ōrite ranei
2. Experience Work
Kia rite koe koutou whakaritenga mātauranga, you must complete a certain amount of work experience.
Two options are available to complete your pre-CIA exam requirements.
Tuatahi, if you have a 4-year degree and no experience, Me whakaoti e koe 24 months of verified work experience as an internal auditor or the equivalent. Examples of work experience that could be classified as “equivalent” include compliance, tātari waho, mana ā-, me te whakaū i te kounga.
Second, if you choose to complete a master’s degree, you will only have to complete 12 months of verified work experience because your masters degree program will be considered the equivalent of 12 months of experience.
E hiahiatia e koe ki te tuku i te oti Ka wheako ngā Puka manatokonga, which can be found on the official IIA website.
3. Tohutoro Pūāhua
Homai e koutou mahi he kaha'ú rite te CIA kei i runga i te whakaatu i te taumata tiketike o te tapatahi, me te morare i roto i te tua ki te ngaio, E hiahiatia ana e koe ki te tuku i tētahi tohutoro pūāhua.
Me haina i tēnei tohutoro i te CIA, CGAP, CCSA, CFSA, CRMA, ranei koutou kaiwhakahaere. Ka taea e kitea e koe i te Puka Tohutoro Pūāhua i konei.
4. Rēhita hoki te Exam
Na, e kua oti koe i to outou ngā whakaritenga whakamātautau CIA katoa, te reira te wā ki te rēhita mō te whakamātautau.
Rite o Whiringa- 2010, titau i te hōtaka e whakaoti koe i te tukanga tohu, e ngā haere katoa 3 wāhanga o te whakamātautau, i roto i 4 tau. Me haere koutou i runga i tenei rohe wā-tau 4, Ka poke utu katoa me ngā wāhanga whakamātautau oti.
5. A faaineine no te te Exam
Ia wāhanga o te whakamātautau CIA utu moni, na ka hiahia koe ki te haere i te wa tuatahi, ki te taea. Kia tino ki te faaineine no koutou whakamātautau kotahi wahi i te wa ki te faarahi i to outou tūponotanga o poheraa.
He maha ngā Akoranga arotake CIA E wātea ana hoki te hoko e te tauturu ia ako koe, ka te faaineine no te ra nui.
6. Tangohia te Exam
Ka mau i te whakamātautau CIA me haere katoa e toru nga wahi is the final step of the certified internal auditor requirements.
This computer-based exam makes it possible for candidates to test in more than 500 wāhi rerekē.
7. Haere tō Tiwhikete
Once you’ve taken each section and passed, you will have completed all CIA certification requirements and will be able to order your certificate.
To get your hands on this hard-earned document, takiuru ki CCMS, ka whakaoti i te puka kia. Your certificate will be shipped to you directly. Me e hiahia ana koe he hou mo tetahi take, you will have to pay an additional $50.
The road to CIA designation may not be easy, but it is certainly worth it!