What we do

Internal auditing is an independent,objective assurance and consulting activity that strengthens and protects organisations.

About Us

Who we are

Internal auditors support achievement of organisation objectives with pragmatic insights that strengthen governance and improve business processes. We strive to make a positive difference from the boardroom to the front line, which maintains trust and confidence in the organisation.

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Interested in a new career?

What's your potential? Rise to the call of reaching your potential by launching an internal audit career right here in New Zealand. Are you starting out in your career or getting ready to rise and side-step, taking your skills to a new challenge? Your journey into internal audit starts here with IIA NZ.

Careers in Internal Audit

Education

IIA NZ is committed to supporting members to continually improve their technical knowledge and skills, and learn more about the wider professional and national contexts for their work.

IIA NZ also provides members with access to the International Professional Practices Framework (IPPF), Certified Internal Auditor certification (CIA), and a Code of Ethics. These are important elements that underline professionalism and commitment to quality.

IIA NZ has a wide range learning opportunities to enhance members’ careers and add value to their organisations. We will be offering

  • core courses for the new internal auditor
  • intermediate level courses for the practicing internal auditor
  • specialist topics, such as risk management in action, IT auditing,identifying fraud, audit report writing, quality assurance review
  • effective strategic influencing for Heads of Internal Audit.

Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Activities

Ongoing Continuing Professional Education is critical to your professional development and technical knowledge. More information on CPE and requirements is to be found in this IIA NZ Continuing Professional Education Activities paper.

CPE is mandatory for holders of IIA Certification. CPE hours are reported on an annual basis.

Login to keep a running tally of your CPE.

Annual Education Day

Education Day is an annual event held mid-year in Auckland, Wellington, and Christchurch.

Education Day is one full day divided up into sessions for hands-on, targeted learning.Internal audit practitioners are empowered in the maintenance of technical applications,awareness of best practice advisories and due diligence.

Employers and consultants alike acknowledge the value this professional development day brings to their organisation in achieving its annual team development goals.

Enquire using the contact form for more information on our next Education Day or subscribe to the IIA NZ newsletters for upcoming events. You need to register early to secure your place at Education Day.

Special Interest Group Forums

IIA NZ encourages and supports the formation and development of special interest groups which support the practice needs of our members’ work and areas of interest.

IIA NZ members may attend any of the following special interest groups free by registering on the events page.

Small Practitioner Interest Group – Wellington
This group provides a forum where members who are not part of a larger team discuss issues and challenges they face. The group meets for discussion four times a year, and this is followed by social networking.

Data Intelligence Special Interest Group - Wellington

Data Intelligence as a business resource and behaviour is growing.  This group gather regularly to share round the table experiences, to auditors and similar professionals who deliver in their roles using data intelligence.  Members are welcome to attend free of charge and visitors may attend by member invitiation.

Public Sector Interest Group
A place for our large cohort of members working in the public sector to share, exchange and collaborate on topics of common interest.

Emerging Auditor Special Interest Group - Wellington
This group recognises the evolving learning needs of practitioners within the one to six year career space, and delivers in-depth topical group discussions for member development.

Waikato Special Interest Group – Waikato, Upper Taranaki, Bay of Plenty and Gisborne
Offering localised networking, professional development and collegial support to Institute members. Additionally, group members will encourage and promote members to similar professionals within the territory and extend invitations for knowledge sharing across sectors.

Manawatu Special Interest Group – Wanganui, Feilding, Palmerston North and Horowhenua
Meets twice a year to promote professional cohesion among members across a large geographical area in smaller practices and encourage knowledge sharing and practice, etiquette, standards and best practice. Find out more Visit the Events calendar for details of events. To contact group convenors, talk to IIA NZ staff.

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