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The Institute of Internal Auditors South Africa (IIA SA), referred to as The Institute, is part of an international network representing the interests of Internal Auditors worldwide. As a part of this international network, The Institute 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 Institute 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 Institute’s objectives are to build the profession, its credibility and a thriving business environment in South Africa. The Institute serves internal auditors in South Africa by offering Technical Guidance, Professional Training Programs, Certification Programs, Continuing Professional Development Opportunities, Conferences and Networking Opportunities.

The Institute is a credible and well-respected body within South Africa and embraces an autonomous, consultative and people focused leadership culture.

The objects of the IIA SA per the MOI are to:-

  • have as its mission to promote, protect and maintain the interests of members and to enhance the integrity, relevance and standing of the Institute and the profession, to the benefit of society;
  • promote the adherence to good governance, risk and control principles in organisations in both the public and private sectors in South Africa through the activities of its members;
  • provide on a national scale, comprehensive professional development activities and standards for the practice of internal auditing, career path standards for internal auditors as well as certification;
  • promote the interests, upholding the professional status and representing and protecting the views of the internal auditing profession and its members;
  • research, cultivate, promote and disseminate knowledge and information concerning internal auditing and subjects related thereto, both to its members, to statutory bodies and government, to related professions and to other persons interested thereto and the general public; and
  • make representations to appropriate parties on matters affecting the profession.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2020/08/12
IIASA WC Region: Risk Series: 12 August 2020 (Part 3 of 4)

2020/08/19
Knowledge Exchange Sessions - Corporate Governance: Leading With Vision and Impact

2020/08/26
Knowledge Exchange Sessions - The digital Boardroom: Dealing with the new reality

2020/08/27
IIASA Women's Month Webinar : Self-Love: The Authentic Path to Conscious Leadership - 27 August 2020

2020/08/31
Monthly Career Webinar: Conflict Management in the Workplace