Part 1 - To be Announced
Part 2 - To be Announced
Part 3 - June 10-12, 2013
Part 4 - To be Announced
8:30am - 4:30pm
Collins College of Business
Early Bird Rates
Part 1 - $545
Part 2 - $545
Part 3 - $725
Part 4 - $325
Parts 1-4 $1,795
Part 1 - $595
Part 2 - $595
Part 3 - $795
Part 4 - $395
Parts 1-4 - $2,140
IIA Learning System:
Part 1 - $325
Part 2 - $325
Part 3 - $425
Part 4 - $295
Parts 1-4 $1,195
Offered In Partnership with the Tulsa Chapter of
Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) exam has gone high-tech! Certification
exams will be taken via computer at designated locations, replacing the
old pencil and paper version. Gone are the exam windows which limited
when you could seek the credential. Now, take the exam year-round.
best way to prepare:
a blended learning
approach—combining the best of online review materials with the best of
classroom instruction. Participants receive the new IIA Learning System
with online tools and learn from their peers in the classroom.
you are thinking about becoming an internationally recognized Certified
Internal Auditor, you need to be prepared for the rigor of the exam.
The Institute of Internal Auditors developed the new system to make
learning easier and rewarding. With
This course combines expert
instruction with premier quality study materials, providing timely
analysis and discussion of practical audit procedures.
Each participant gets the IIA
Learning System—for either a single part of the exam or the entire
4-part package with an online access code. The IIA CIA Learning
System developed by IIA is kept up-to-date by CIA-certified subject
Participants learn from the
experiences of their classmates.
Instructors monitor individual
and group progress in online review materials to identify areas
requiring additional classroom review—all designed to help you pass
impressive package of online tools reinforces classroom learning.
Your IIA CIA Learning System
includes interactive online review, testing, and resources, including:
to identify which topics require intensive study.
to measure comprehension and ability to apply concepts.
Post-tests to gauge
knowledge gained and identify areas requiring further study.
This online exam will provide superior preparation for new
Final review test to
present all test questions for additional exam practice.
glossary that offer review of key terms and definitions.
Progress report that
tracks activities and scores.
Resource Center that
provides additional references and feedback opportunities.
Who Benefits From The CIA Credential?
Earning the CIA designation is an important accomplishment and
professional advantage for internal auditors during all stages of their
careers including: Chief audit executives, Audit directors, Audit
managers and staff, Risk management staff, Business finance and
Part 1: The Internal Audit Activity's Role in Governance, Risk and Control
||Part 2: Conducting the Internal Audit Engagement
|June 10-12, 2013
||Part 3: Business Analysis and Information Technology
||Part 4: Business Management Skills
Cathy Criswell, CPA, CIA, is the former Chief
Risk Officer for the City of Tulsa. She is responsible for developing
risk management policies, frameworks and uniform processes to identify,
measure, manage and report on key risks. Cathy’s prior experience
includes internal auditing and public accounting. The Institute of
Internal Auditors appointed Cathy to its Volunteer Seminar Leader
Program in 1995, and awarded her Distinguished Faculty Member status in
1998. Since joining the IIA’s seminar program, Cathy has developed
numerous courses that she has presented for various professional
organizations. Cathy received a Bachelor of Science in Business
Administration, graduating with honors from the University of Tulsa.