CRA Program

The CRA Program aims to equip every Certified Risk Auditors with superior technical skills, outstanding professional competence and an exciting future.

The five modules in the CRA Program are delivered through a contemporary blend of online and face-to-face learning that fits with candidates' many learning styles while keeping the quality and rigor that has characterized the CRA Program.

Upon completion of the Program, you will:

1. Have achieved an internationally-recognized accounting qualification

2. Be eligible to apply for membership of the Institute - giving you access to many advantages and professional services and being known as a Certified Risk Auditor

3. Benefit from the Institute‚Äôs membership recognized worldwide, opening up career opportunities and reciprocal benefits around the world.

 

Pathway to CRA

 

Program Overview

Aims & Objectives:

The objectives of the CRA Programs are to provide cutting-edge knowledge and best practices in risk management sets, with an understanding of specific principles, practices and advanced and/ or emerging risk management strategies as well as technologies. It is expected that the graduates from this program will be sufficiently competent to manage risks and safety in products, services and facilities in financial as well as non-financial industries.

 

Module

Syllabus

Risk

Risk management

ERM, ISO31000

Strategic risk (strategy formulation and risk)

Internal control

Implementation of risk system - embedding risk into systems and culture

Audit

Audit & CG

Corporate governance

External audit & Internal audit skills and techniques

Fraud detection & forensic audit

Financial statement analysis

IT

Information security

IT and IS audit

IT/IS security and governance

Business continuity and disaster recovery

Financial

Financial risk

Financial risks and AML

VAR

Macro-economic risks

Micro-economics risks

Insurance

Insurance (risk manager in health care, life insurance,

investments, pensions)

Risk management in actuarial

Quantitative risk management

Risk modeling