The objective of this training program is to prepare participants to pass the CIA exam Part 1 (Internal Audit Basics). Part 1 syllabus elements will be extensively reviewed at the appropriate level of testing. Brief cases and multiple-choice questions after each section/chapter will be utilized to reinforce concepts reviewed, familiarize participants with the actual exam format, and provide an environment to practice solving exam questions within allowable time. Pre-tests and post-tests will also be utilized to measure the progress toward gaining the required knowledge and to identify any improvement needed. The course will be taught by an experienced internal audit professional, certified in internal and external audit.
Delivery Language: The course is taught in English to help students pass the English version of the exam
Duration: 40-45 Hours
Textbook: Main textbook: Hock CIA Review
Delivery Mode: Live, interactive classroom environment
Course Venue: AuditVisor (Algiers Street- Al-Nooman Building, In front of Sana’a Trade Center)
Course Schedule: 3 days a week (Sat, Mon, Wed), 2.5 hours a day for about 6 weeks (from 4:00 PM to 6:30 PM)
Planned Starting Date: 12 August 2017
Cost: 300USD (inclusive of a soft copy of the main textbook). Participants are advised to choose and purchase their preferred source of test banks
Testing Center: Participants can sit for the exam every Tuesday at Amideast Sana’a (CIA exam part 1 fee payable to the Institute of Internal Auditors is USD 280 for members of the institute and USD 395 for non-members)
Course Topics: Course topics will be aligned with the syllabus of the CIA exam part 1 (outlined below).
Exam Format: 125 questions MCQ | 2.5 Hours (150 minutes)
A. Definition of Internal Auditing
B. Code of Ethics
C. International Standards
A. Types of Controls (e.g., preventive, detective, input, output, etc.)
B. Management Control Techniques
C. Internal Control Framework Characteristics and Use (e.g., COSO, Cadbury)
D. Alternative Control Frameworks
E. Risk Vocabulary and Concepts
F. Fraud Risk Awareness
A. Data Gathering (Collect and analyze data on proposed engagements):
B. Data Analysis and Interpretation:
C. Data Reporting
D. Documentation / Work Papers
E. Process Mapping, Including Flowcharting
F. Evaluate Relevance, Sufficiency, and Competence of Evidence
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