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REVIEW COURSES
for
THE IIA’S CERTIFIED INTERNAL AUDITOR (CIA®)
and the new
CONTROL SELF ASSESSMENT (CCSA®) DESIGNATIONS

 

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Management Audit’s past  CIA® review courses

In October 2000 delegates attended the first three-day CIA Review Course in Sleaford, Lincolnshire, UK. Arranged by Management Audit and led by professors Andrew Chambers and Jeffrey Ridley, the course was based on similar successful courses run by both professors at the South Bank University, London. Each day of the course covered the syllabi of Parts I, II and III of the CIA®examinations, linked to knowledge for today’s and tomorrow’s internal auditing. Delegates registered from Sweden and Kuwait.  The course programme also included daily mock examinations for delegates to test their knowledge of internal auditing processes and management. Results of the examinations were discussed at group level. Individual assessments and study guidance was sent to each delegate after the course.

Delegates have now attended these courses from the UK, Slovak Republic, Republic of Cameroon, Germany, Czech Republic, Sweden, Kuwait, Iceland, France and Belgium.  From 2004 the course programmes have been completely updated to cover the new CIA syllabus for the examinations in May 2004.

Booking Your Place on the Review Courses

Course fees

Fees:  UK £352.50 per day (inclusive of Value Added Tax).

 Payment

Please complete our online registration form and we will invoice you or your company and book your place pending payment. Once the invoice is issued it can be settled by credit card payment or cheques / bankers’ drafts (payable to Management Audit Ltd). 

Please complete our registration form

 Booking conditions and cancellations

Should a participant need to cancel, we will happily accept a substitute participant at no extra charge.  The course is non-residential and participants are responsible for any accommodation and supplementary hotel expenses.

A light lunch will be provided free of charge for delegates.  Please advise us of any special dietary requirements on the registration form.

 Management Audit Ltd reserves the right to amend any part of the programme due to unforeseen circumstances.  In the unlikely event of Management Audit Ltd cancelling the course, fees will be refunded in full.  Management Audit Ltd accepts no liability for any other costs incurred by participants, their organisations or by other parties whether as a result of cancellation of the course or of any other cause.

The IIA’s new Control Self-Assessment (CCSA®) designation

“TAKE THE LEAD IN RISK ASSESSMENT”

The IIA’s website states: THE CERTIFICATION IN CONTROL SELF-ASSESSMENT (CCSA®) is the certification for practitioners of control self-assessment (CSA) — the first speciality certification to be offered by The Institute of Internal Auditors. The new CCSA certification program identifies the skill sets needed by successful practitioners of CSA, measures understanding of CSA, and provides guidance for CSA initiatives.

Outside North America, candidates can sit the CCSA examination at CIA examination centres (including London) in either May or November.  Examination papers will be hard copy paper-and-pencil format.  Details of the examination topics and sample test multi-choice questions are included on The IIA website www.theiia.org - click on the Certification heading.

For more information or to register, contact The IIA’s Customer Service Centre:
E-mail: custserv@theiia.org   Website: www.theiia.org or 
Fax: +1-407-831-5171   Tel: +1-407-830-7600

Management Audit’s one-day CCSA® review courses – 2004

We also offer a  one day course in April and October 2004, covering the syllabus of the new IIA Certification in Control Self-Assessment (CCSA®). The course covers all the CCSA® examination topics and practice multi-choice questions. It will also include a mock examination with a review of group results and after-course feedback to delegates on their individual results.  

The CCSA® qualification gives exemption to CIA® Part IV.             

 Management Audit reserves the right to make changes to these programmes, as well as changes of speakers, as circumstances may require.

‘THEY OUTNUMBER YOU  34,000 TO 1’

To date, nearly 34,000 individuals have attained The Institute of Internal Auditors’ Certified Internal Auditor® (CIA®) designation, recognised the world over as ‘The Global Mark of Excellence in Internal Auditing’. For over 25 years, the CIA® designation has been recognised in countries across the world, with a significant growing interest in Europe, Africa and Asia.

The CIA® is offered at more than 200 sites throughout the world in May and November each year. Examinations are offered in Chinese, English, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Spanish and Thai.

 For more information or to register, contact The IIA’s Customer Service Centre:
 E-mail: custserv@theiia.org or Fax: +1-407-831-5171 Tel: +1 407-830-7600.
 Website: www.theiia.org- click on the Certification heading.

If you are considering sitting for the CIA® exam and want to get a feel for the types of questions and the set-up of the exam - it’s easy! Just log on to The IIA’s Website, select the Certification heading, then select 'CIA', then 'Exam Content and Format' and on this page you will find the Interactive Sample Exam. The sample CIA® exam consists of 12 questions for each part, and a total of 48 questions for the entire exam. The site also includes complete details on the certification and exam, and an application form.



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Andrew Chambers is director of Management Audit Ltd and editor of International Journal of Auditing and the monthly newsletters Internal Control (ICAEW), Fraud (ICAEW) and Corporate Governance (FTMS).  He has been a director of The Institute of Internal Auditors Inc. and a member of their Internal Auditing Standards Board.  He has participated with many clients in the implementation of control risk self assessment.   Andrew has been active for several years in providing tuition for the CIA examinations.

Jeffrey Ridley is Visiting Professor at the South Bank University and was previously manager of internal auditing in Kodak.  He is a past president of The Institute of Internal Auditors – UK.  In 1997 he designed and launched an ongoing European examination review course for The IIA Inc certification programme for internal auditors and he currently teaches on corporate governance at postgraduate level.  Jeff developed and directed the CIA revision courses which took place at South Bank University Business School for several years until 2000.

Tony Rogers is a professional internal auditor and has held senior internal audit positions since 1979 in manufacturing and retailing organizations including Avis Car Rental, Mercedes Benz and Ford Motor Group.  He was Director of Internal Audit Services at Pannell Forster, London.  His current post is that of Director of Internal Audit for Europay International, allied to Eurocard-MasterCard.  From January 2002, Tony has been appointed Strategic Implementation Manager and Chief of Staff within MasterCard.  Tony is a certified Internal Auditor, a fellow of the Institute of Internal Auditors and an affiliate member of the Institute of Risk Management.  Tony has been a member of the Institute of Internal Auditors since1981 and has served as Vice President of the South African chapter and as Director of the IIA UK.  Tony has been involved with the CIA education programme since 1996 and his students have had a 100% success rate in related CIA examination papers.

*Qualifications offering exemption to  Part IV include: CCSA®, CISA, ACCA/FCCA, AAIA/FAIA, ACIB/FCIB, CA, CIMA and ICSA.  A complete list can be obtained by going to  http://www.theiia.org/ecm/iia-cia.cfm?doc_id=82onthe IIA website.                     

Course leaders for the 2004 courses included:

Professor Jeffrey Ridley CIA FIIA

Professor Andrew Chambers FIIA

Alan Parkinson MSc, FCCA, ACMA, Cert.Ed

Tony Rogers CIA FIIA

All with wide experience in practical internal auditing, use of computer auditing techniques and multi-choice questions.

Past Participants' Responses:

'I want to inform you that I successfully finished CIA exams. Thanks again for great revision course which was the basis for this success'

'Thank you for excellent training organised'

'I really enjoyed this section.  Thank you!'

'Diction/Accent particularly appropriate for foreigners like me'

'I feel that this session was excellent and my lack of preparation a downfall'

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COURSE DETAILS

CIA Part I

CIA Part II

CIA Part III

CIA Part IV

CCSA

The Internal Audit Activity’s Role in Governance Risk and Control

Conducting the Internal Audit Engagement

Business Analysis and Information Technology

Business Management Skills

Certification in Control Self Assessment


Alan Parkinson is Senior Lecturer in Accounting & Finance in the Open University Business School (OUBS), having joined in 1987. In OUBS he has responsibility for the provision of financial courses to managers, particularly for the MBA. Indeed, he was MBA Programme Director between 1989 and 1992 and launched the Programme. Between 1998 and 2001 he was Head of Centre for Financial Management in OUBS.

He has extensive experience of face to face teaching, and distance and open learning delivery. He allies a sound technical base with excellent communication and facilitation skills. His expertise is in helping managers to make sense of matters financial. This expertise has been put to good use with a range of clients both within and outside the UK, for OUBS, other Universities and in private consultancy. He has experience of working with managers in countries as diverse as South Africa, Abu Dhabi and Russia, in addition to many European Union countries (including the NIMBAS MBA in Utrecht in the Netherlands). As a consequence he has developed considerable knowledge and skills regarding international accounting issues.

He is a Fellow of the Chartered Association of Certified Accountants, and an Associate of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants. He has a Masters degree from City University Business School and a Higher Education Teaching Certificate (with Distinction) from the Institute of Education at the University of London. He is currently completing a Doctorate in Education from that Institution. Previously he was Head of School of Accounting & Taxation at South Bank University and Director of Accounting Studies at the University of Hertfordshire.

He has vast experience of teaching on Undergraduate Programmes, Masters and MBA Programmes and Professional Accountancy Courses. He has been external examiner of courses at Nottingham Trent and Westminister Universities, and an examiner for the Association of Accounting Technicians and the IIMR. He has published and presented at conferences. His research interests are in making accounting education work. His latest text, Managerial Finance, was published by Butterworth Heinneman in 1997.


NEW FOR 2004 CIA ELIGIBILITY & EXEMPTIONS

The IIA-UK & Ireland has reached agreement with The IIA Inc. for its members with the PIIA qualification to be eligible to register and sit the international Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) examinations. The IIA Inc. also now recognises the MIIA and QiCA qualifications as  exempting examinees from Part IV of the CIA  examinations. Details are on The IIA Inc. website www.theiia.org

The IIA’s Certified Internal Auditor® (CIA®) designation