2014 CPE Audit Activities
The 2014 CPE audit notifications will be sent through December. If selected for the audit, individuals must provide evidence of previously reported CPE activities that meet the criteria described in the Administrative Directive No. 4. Individuals selected for the 2014 CPE audit will be notified via email. The deadline for returning supporting documentation is included in the email.
Continuing Professional Education (CPE) and Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Requirements
CPE and CPD are** facilitated through a self-certification process with the completion and reporting of required CPE or CPD hours on an annual basis.
The reporting deadline is Dec. 31 each year. CPE and CPD reporting fees vary globally, based upon membership status, if you report CPE or CPD directly to The IIA through CCMS, or through your local Institute. Please check with your local Institute for pricing. Visit the Pricing Structure page of our website for the most current pricing information. IIA-certified professionals who fail to meet their CPE or CPD requirements by the reporting deadline will automatically be placed in inactive status and may not use their designation.
As an IIA certified or qualified professional, you are responsible for ensuring that the CPE or CPD information in your report is accurate. You must include your membership or customer identification number when reporting your CPE or CPD. Get more information on CPE reporting steps for current and inactive certificants.
CPE and CPD Reporting Benefit for North America IIA Members
Members of The IIA in North America and the Caribbean benefit from free CPE reporting.*
*CPE reporting fees vary globally based upon membership status. Individuals from IIA Institutes should contact their local representatives for their CPE reporting process.
Are You Newly Certified or Qualified?
New CIAs are awarded 80 CPE hours; new CCSAs, CGAPs, CFSAs, and CRMAs are awarded 40 CPE hours. New QIALs are awarded 40 CPD hours. Half of the awarded CPE or CPD hours (40 or 20) are for the year in which the exam is passed, and the other half are for the subsequent year.