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COURSE SCHEDULE

08:00 - Registration 08:30 - Commencement 10:00 - Morning tea break
13:00 - Luncheon 15:00 - Afternoon tea break 16:30 - Concluding

SCHEDULE CHANGES
At times it might be necessary to cancel or reschedule a course after receipt of a confirmation letter. The IIA SA will provide advance notice of any changes and in doing so will not be responsible for penalties related to the cancelling or rescheduling of airfares, accommodation, etc.
Although every effort is made to keep to the published program information, the Institute reserves the right to make any changes deemed necessary.

REGISTRATIONS
To reserve a place on any course advertised, please complete the registration form and fax it to the Course Administrator on: 086 750 4265. Your registration form is an acceptance of your attendance to the course concerned. A confirmation letter will be sent two - three weeks before the course date. Should you not receive this before the event, please contact the Course Administrator, on (011) 450 1040.

PAYMENTS SHOULD BE RECEIVED PRIOR TO THE COURSE OR NO LATER THAN THE DAY OF THE COURSE.

IF YOU CANNOT ATTEND THE COURSE
Refunds of 90% can be made if written notice is received TWO weeks prior to the course presentation date. Beyond this time no refunds are allowed, although a substitution of an alternative participant may be made at any time provided the IIA SA is advised in writing.

It is essential to inform the Course Administrator of such a replacement in order to ensure the attendee name for the Course Certificate is correct.

VENUES
Courses are arranged at locations throughout South and Southern Africa, wherever warranted by sufficient demand.

SPECIAL DIETARY REQUIREMENTS
As the Institute provides a set menu for all courses meals, participants are advised to inform the Course Administrator of any special dietary requirements e.g. Kosher, Halaal, Diabetic, Vegetarian.

COURSE FEES FOR 2017 (Inclusive of 14% VAT)

INDIVIDUAL DAYS
Days Member

Non-Member

1 R2 347 R2 845
2 R4 694 R5 689
3 R7 040 R8 534
4 R9 387 R11 387
5 R9 956 R12 089

SPECIALIST COURSES
  Member

Non-Member

Performing an Effective Quality Assessment (PEQA) R7 823 R9 387
Building a Sustainable Quality Program (BSQP) R5 404 R6 543
Video Broadcast (CDP Courses) R1 139 R1 422

EXAM PREPARATION COURSES   
  Member
Control Self-Assessment: A Review Course (CSAR) R6 626
CIA learning system instructor LED course - Part 1 (2 Days) R7 680
CIA learning system instructor LED course - Part 2 (2 Days) R7 680
CIA learning system instructor LED course - Part 3 (4 Days) R10 170
CIA Exam Prep (Video Broadcast) (1 Day) R 571

Please note that prices differ on certain specialist courses. Rates appear on each course content page.

DISCOUNTS
There are discounts on selected courses where two or more participants from the same organisation are booked on the same course - Please take note of the discounts noted under the course details.

PAYMENTS
Cheque Payments
Cheques must be made payable to the Institute of Internal Auditors South Africa - post to: The Course Administrator, P O Box 2290, BEDFORDVIEW, 2008.

Credit Card Payments
Should you wish to pay by credit card, please ensure all your details are included as requested on the registration form.

Direct Payments
Electronic transfers or direct deposits into the Institute of Internal Auditor’s bank account, validated by a faxed copy of the transaction slip, will be accepted. Please contact the IIA SA for bank details.

Value Added Tax
Course fees quoted in this program include 14% VAT.

Tax Invoices
Tax invoices will be issued once course is confirmed.

CPD REQUIREMENTS
The IIA SA’s educational programs fulfil Continuing Professional Development (CPD) requirements.

FURTHER INFORMATION
For any further information on any of the advertised courses, or to suggest any additional courses not already on the program, please contact the Course Administrator, at
Tel: (011) 450 1040, Fax: 086 750 4265 or e-mail: events@iiasa.org.za.

EXPLANATION OF COURSE LEVELS
The levels start at 1 (entry level) and become progressively more advanced to level 4.

Level 1
Entry or introductory level for those requiring a fundamental understanding of the subject.
Level 2
Internal auditors who are already practicing internal audit and have a basic understanding of the subject.
Level 3
Supervisory/competent/senior internal auditors: those who already have a sound, practical grasp of the fundamentals of internal auditing and manage staff.
Level 4
For advanced internal auditors: Auditors with excellent understanding of topics being presented, who are interested in exchanging knowledge with instructors and other participants.
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