Membership Types & Fees
The IIA-Australia offers several membership types. Your membership is effective from the date you join, for a 12 month period and is renewable annually.
The following fees, valid from January 1 to December 31 2014
, are quoted in Australian dollars and include GST. Membership fees are non-refundable.
Professional Member - CMIIA®
The new 'Professional Member' designation identifies members by the new post nominal of Certified Member, Institute of Internal Auditors - Australia (CMIIA®
‘Professional Members’, identified by unique post-nominals, will signal to employers, peers and the broader community that they have met a prescribed set of competencies and therefore have the essential skills to practise as effective internal auditors. It will be a real asset to internal auditors and strengthen the quality of the internal audit profession.
To qualify as a ‘Professional Member’, an applicant will need to demonstrate:
and to provide:
- A signed declaration to practice in accordance with the IIA’s International Professional Practices Framework (IPPF)
- 2014 Membership Application Form (PDF, 149 KB)
More information Three paths to Professional Membership - CMIIA® Are you a CIA?
If you are a CIA and not a member of IIA-Australia, and you wish to qualify as a 'Professional Member', all you need to do is complete the form below and submit it to IIA-Australia as well as the online Membership application form (Associate)
. For more information, contact Amanda Nadwie, Membership Coordinator, at e: email@example.com or t: +61 2 9267 9155.
Professional Membership Application Form
(for CIA®s only) Are you a CAE?
If you are a CAE and not a member of IIA-Australia, and you wish to qualify as a 'Professional Member', you will need to undertake an 'Assessment of Current Competence' which involves the formal assessment of your skills and experience against IIA-Australia's competency standards. You will also need to complete the online Membership application form (Associate).
Assessment of Current Competence For more information, contact Siri Taripanah, Membership Coordinator, at e: firstname.lastname@example.org or t: +61 2 9267 9155. Are you an existing member?
If you are an existing member and interested in qualifying as a 'Professional Member', you will need to login into the Members' area of the IIA-Australia website.
Associate Member - AMIIA®
Are you working in internal audit but have not yet met the requirements for professional member? Are you interested or involved in internal auditing but not necessarily an Internal Auditor?
The 'Associate Member' designation identifies members by the new post nominal of Associate Member, Institute of Internal Auditors - Australia (AMIIA®
|Membership: ||$539.00/year |
|Joining Fee: ||$110.00 |
Getting on board as an IIA-Australia student member can help you establish and build a successful future in internal audit. As a student member, you'll have what you need for both your studies and your career - access to essential resource and professional networks that you can't get anywhere else.
Student membership is $120. To be eligible for student membership, you are required to be a full-time student or full time international or distance student at a university or institution. More information and how to apply
The CAE Service is a specialised program which supports the CAEs of Australia's leading organisations. The aims of this program are to foster a dynamic and productive CAE network. More information
Membership Designation and CPE Requirements
The current post nominal of MIIA(Aust) will be phased out.
Professional members are required to undertake Continuing Professional Education (CPE) to a minimum of 80 hours every two years, with a minimum of 15 hours in any one year. Associate members are required to undertake CPE to a minimum of 60 hours every two years, with a minimum of 15 hours in any one year. This requirement differs for certified members or retired members. The types of activities which qualify include: attendance at technical sessions, seminars and conferences; college or university courses; formal correspondence programs; reading books, articles and research papers. Full details of the CPE requirement can be found in Bylaw 209 of the IIA-Australia Constitution