Qualification in Internal Audit Leadership (QIAL) Steps to Achievement and Methodology
QIAL Steps to Achievement
As a QIAL candidate you will select the pathway that aligns with where you are on your career journey.
You will make a presentation based upon case information provided to you or your own unique experiences. The knowledge and skills you develop are directly linked to The IIA’s latest Competency Framework. You can schedule your in-person session by contacting QIAL@theiia.org. To view in-person session availability dates and locations, visit the QIAL home page.
|Three Case Studies
||Candidates critically analyze one task per case study consisting of an extensive set of complex information, and produce a written response providing penetrating insights for a senior-level audience.
||3–4 hours per case study|
|Portfolio of Professional Experience
||Experienced AEs may opt to replace the three case-study exams and document their own professional experience with supporting evidence.
||Candidates present to a senior-level panel on a set topic followed by a question and answer session.
||A panel interview draws upon personal and professional experience.
To learn more about the QIAL exam content, please download the QIAL Syllabus here.
Access CCMS to begin the application and registration process or contact QIAL@theiia.org for more information.