Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Requirements
Annual CPE reporting opens 1 October each year. Log in to the Certification Candidate Management System (CCMS) to begin CPE reporting.
The reporting deadline is 31 December each year. Should you fail to report your CPE, your certification/qualification will become expired, and as a result, you are no longer approved to represent yourself as a certified individual. Individuals remaining expired for 12 months or longer will be charged a certification reinstatement fee.
As an IIA certified or qualified professional, you are responsible for ensuring that the CPE information in your report is accurate. You must log in to CCMS to report your CPE. Get more information on CPE reporting steps for current and expired certificate holders.
Access CPE Policy
ENGLISH | SPANISH | ARABIC | SIMPLIFIED CHINESE | FRENCH | GERMAN | KOREAN | PORTUGUESE |TRADITIONAL CHINESE | TURKISH
Access NEW CPE POLICY (Effective 1 September 2023)
|Active||Holder is currently active and may display their certification after their name and use the benefits of holding the IIA designation.|
|Grace (12-month Period)||Holder did not report required CPE hours and moved to Grace status. Holder may not display their certification after their name nor use the benefits of holding the IIA designation. Individual must report required CPE to move their designation into Active status.|
|Expired||Holder did not report required CPE after 12-month grace period and the designation is expired. Holder may not display their certification after their name nor use the benefits of holding the IIA designation. Individual is required to reinstate the designation, report needed CPE, and move designation into Active status.|
Public Certification Registry
All individuals who have earned an IIA certification and maintain it by reporting CPE are eligible to opt into.The IIA Certification Registry
If you are looking for ways to obtain your CPE or CPD hours, check out these:IIA CPE-earning opportunities
CPE reporting fees vary globally, based upon membership status, if you report CPE directly to The IIA through CCMS, or through your local affiliate.Pricing Structure
Complimentary Reporting for North America IIA Members
Members of The IIA in North America and the Caribbean benefit from free CPE reporting. Learn more about IIA membership benefits.
CPE reporting fees vary globally, based upon membership status, if you report CPE directly to The IIA through CCMS, or through your local affiliate. Check with your local affiliate regarding pricing and the reporting process.
Visit the Fee Structure page of our website for the most current pricing information. IIA-certified professionals who fail to meet their CPE requirements by the reporting deadline will automatically be placed in Expired status and may not use their designation nor be listed in the registry.
Annual CPE Audit Activities
The Annual CPE Audit notifications are sent in January for the prior year’s reporting cycle. Individuals selected for a CPE audit will be notified via email. If selected for an audit, individuals must provide evidence of previously reported CPE activities that meet the criteria described in the CPE Policy. (If you self-claim CPEs, be sure to keep detailed records.) If you are chosen for an audit, you will be given a six-month grace period to report CPE. The deadline and requirements for returning supporting documentation will be included in the email.
*CPE reporting fees vary globally based upon membership status. Individuals from IIA Institutes should contact their local representatives for their CPE reporting process.