Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Requirements for Certified Internal Auditors (CIAs)
CIA certificate holders are required to self-certify as to the completion of the required continuing education hours.
Each year, CIA certificate holders are required to self-certify as to the completion of the required continuing education hours. The number of CPE hours to be reported is based on certification statuses of practicing, non-practicing, retired, inactive (grace period), or inactive. It is the CIA’s responsibility to assure that the CPE hours claimed to conform to the guidelines established by The IIA’s Professional Certification Board (PCB). CPE reporting forms are submitted by CIAs on an annual basis (no later than December 31 each year) and serve as signed statements that all applicable CPE requirements have been met.
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For complete information regarding the CPE requirements for CIA certificate holders, please review the CPE Policy.
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