As the sluggish economy continues to take its toll on global business, many organizations are struggling to get work done with reduced staff and a bare-bones budget. Unfortunately, internal auditors are not immune to these economic casualties and are missing valuable training and networking opportunities. To help fill this void, The IIA recently modified the pricing structure for its 2010 conferences.
For the four IIA conferences scheduled in 2010, members will automatically save an average of US $200 to $400 off 2009 conference prices. In addition, members can save as much as US $300 by registering early. For example, the member price to attend the 2010 General Audit Management Conference is US $1,295, but by taking advantage of The IIA’s early bird rate and registering by Dec. 31, members can attend for only US $995.
“The IIA understands that organizations are hurting for training dollars,” says Sean Schmid, The IIA’s director of operations. “Our new pricing structure for 2010 conferences accommodates those organizations with reduced training budgets and gives internal audit professionals a chance to further their education and network with peers.”
For more information about IIA conferences and the new pricing structure, visit the Training section of The IIA's Web site.
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