Certification CornerPublished By The Institute of internal Auditors
CRMA PER Closing in North America — September 30, 2012
Over 4,000 Certification in Risk Management Assurance (CRMA) certifications have been awarded during the Professional Experience Recognition (PER) period and more than 2,000 are in the pipeline from candidates worldwide.
The PER closes to residents of North America, encompassing the U.S., Canada, and the Caribbean, on September 30, 2012, and these applicants will have until October 31, 2012 to file their substantiating documentation.
For all countries outside North America, the application close date is December 31, 2012, with substantiating documentation being due January 31, 2013.
Candidates must submit an application form providing detailed information regarding education, current certifications held, and professional experience within the five domains of the CRMA. Candidates will receive points for the amount of professional experience and credentials held. Candidates who obtain a minimum of 155 points on the application can earn the designation prior to the launch of the CRMA exam in July 2013. Visit our global web site here for more details, to register and download the necessary forms to obtain your CRMA today.
Still not sure if the CRMA designation is for you? In this video, Steve Goepfert explains why every internal auditor should consider this newly recognized specialty as critical to the importance of your audit function.
Another video for your review discusses the top 6 things you should know about earning your CRMA through the PER phase before the closing dates.
Information about the CRMA PER can be found here.
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