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The Institute of Internal Auditors South Africa (IIA SA) is part of an international network representing the interests of Internal Auditors worldwide. As a part of this international network, the IIA SA upholds and supports the fundamental tenets of the profession - the Code of Ethics and the International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing.


The IIA SA supports the profession by providing a wide range of services dedicated to the education and advancement of internal auditors and dynamically promoting and developing the profession in South Africa. The IIA SA's objectives are to build the profession, its credibility and a thriving business environment in South Africa.


The IIA SA is recognised as a Professional Body by the South African Qualifications Authority
(SAQA). The Internal Audit Technician (IAT) designation, and the underpinning occupational qualification (NQF Level 7) are registered on the National Qualifications Framework (NQF). The IIA SA is responsible for assessing competence before conferring the designation. As the recognised Professional Body representing the Internal Audit profession in South Africa, the IIA SA has been delegated the function of Assessment Quality Partner (AQP) by the Quality Council for Trades and Occupations (QCTO). This means that the IIA SA is responsible for overseeing the quality of training, as well as for conducting the final assessment for the Internal Audit occupational qualifications. After candidates pass the final assessment, they will be awarded the IAT designation, and the underpinning occupational qualification (NQF Level 7).
Please ensure that all assessment applications and queries are directed to the Professional
Development Pathways Department at the IIA SA.


I urge you to ensure you are well prepared when entering the assessment. Do not under-estimate the assessment process, or the level of complexity of the assessment you will undertake. You must ensure that you are intimately familiar with all the areas being assessed at a theory level (classroom training) and practical level (ability to apply knowledge-workplace logbook). This will require extensive study before entering the assessment. Please read through this Assessment Preparation Guide carefully before you begin preparing for your assessment


For more information visit: www.iiasa.org.za or contact us on Tel: 011 450 1040 / email: customerservices@iiasa.org.za
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