The Association of Inspectors General presents its Certified Inspector General Auditor® Institute certification program. Participants receive instruction from highly qualified instructors in core competency areas identified by the Association's Board of Directors and Professional Certification Board. The Association awards the designation of Certified Inspector General Auditor® to individuals who successfully complete the certification programs.


The Association has identified ten broad areas of core competency for inspectors general auditors. The Institute program's five-day curriculum covers the following core competency areas:

  • The audit process
  • Professional standards for conducting audits
  • Ethics
  • Internal control
  • Data Analytics and IT auditing
  • Peer review process
  • Identifying and Reporting Audit Accomplishments
  • Fraud Risk Management
  • Statistical Sampling

COURSE LEARNING PROGRAM AND CONTENT:

Audit Process

  • Planning the audit
  • Performing the audit
  • Reporting on the audit
  • Follow-Up

Professional Standards for Conducting Audits

  • Knowledge and understanding the need for standards
  • The importance of standards for auditing
  • Knowledge and understanding the specific standards for auditing

Ethics

  • Nature and role of ethics laws and standards
  • The nexus between IG auditing and ethical issues.
  • Ethics as second nature

Internal Control

  • Importance
  • Assessing
  • Documenting

Data Analytics and IT Auditing

  • Auditor's responsibility for assessing IT risks & controls
  • Impact of IT controls on the overall control structure & business risks
  • Areas to be assessed & risks present

Peer Review Process

  • What to expect
  • How to prepare
  • Reporting results

Identifying and Reporting Audit Accomplishments

  • Types of monetary benefits and non-monetary audit accomplishments
  • Criteria
  • Practical examples

Fraud Risk Management

  • GAO's Fraud Risk Management Framework
  • Applying the Framework
  • Practical Examples

Statistical Sampling

  • When to use statistical vs non-statistical samples
  • How to calculate appropriate sample size
  • How to extrapolate results to the population

Tuition

  • Tuition - AIG National or National + Chapter Member

    $1,150

    Member Price

    This ticket/rate is available to AIG National or AIG National + Chapter Members accepted into the Institute program.

    Tuition Payment - upon acceptance an invoice will be generated and sent to the admitted student for remittance. Full payment is required prior to the commencement of the course.

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  • Tuition - AIG Non-Member or Chapter-only Member

    $1,350

    Public Price

    This ticket/rate is available to non-members or those holding "chapter-only" memberships accepted to the Institute program.

    Tuition Payment - upon acceptance an invoice will be generated and sent to the admitted student for remittance. Full payment is required prior to the commencement of the course.

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Hotel Reservations

Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront

225 East Coastline Drive

Jacksonville, Florida 32202


IG Institute Contracted Rate ($149 single/double – includes breakfast daily)

Click HERE to book your room using the IG Institute Contracted rate of $149 per night. This rate includes breakfast each day of the program. You must use the link to secure the rate and breakfast. Booking directly with the hotel may not provide you with the rate or breakfast.


GSA-Approved Rate

Click HERE to book your room using the GSA-Approved Rate. Please note: this rate does NOT include breakfast.

Additional Assistance

Questions? Please contact AIG Program Support at programsupport@inspectorsgeneral.org.


For assistance with membership matters, including updating your contact information or renewal, contact Member Services at memberservices@inspectorsgeneral.org.


For more information regarding refunds, concerns and program cancellation policies please go to:


NASBA-Admin-Policy-Group-Live-07.25.2020.pdf (inspectorsgeneral.org)​