Welcome to the IIA-Australia Learning Management System (LMS).

    Available courses

    This module is the entry point to the GradCertIA course and must be completed as a pre-requisite for the later modules. It aims to assist you in developing a range of relevant technical skills and a thorough knowledge of the International Professional Practices Framework (IPPF), which provides direction with respect to internal audit matters. This foundation knowledge is required in order to successfully progress to the later modules which make up the remainder of the course of study.


    This course is currently being built. Enrolled student will have access on 27th of February 2023.

    This module is the second in the Graduate Certificate of Internal Audit course. Completion of Module 1 is currently a pre-requisite for undertaking this Module.

    Module 2 aims to develop candidate knowledge and understanding of the broader environment (legal, regulatory and economic) in which Australian organisations operate and the respective risks from fraud and possible ethical issues.

    This module will cover the following major topics:
    (a) Ethics
    (b) Regulatory and legal environment
    (c) Fraud
    (d) Economic environment.

    This module is the third in the Grad Cert IA course. Completion of Modules 1 is currently a pre-requisite for undertaking this Module. Module 3 aims to build candidates’ knowledge and understanding of the systems and processes used to manage an effective business.

    This module will cover the following major topics:
    (a) Information Technology
    (b) Financial Management and Accounting.

    This module is the fourth in the GradCertIA course. Completion of Modules 1, 2 and 3 is a pre-requisite for undertaking this Module.

    Professional in Practice is the capstone program of the Graduate Certificate in Internal Auditing. As such, it aims to provide opportunities for candidates to demonstrate the application of knowledge and skills that will enable them to make high level, independent judgements in planning, conducting and evaluating an internal audit in accordance with the IPPF.

    This module will cover the following major topics:
    (a) Influence and communication
    (b) Leadership and teamwork
    (c) Conflict resolution.

    This area of the online learning portal is for all student currently enrolled in the GradCertIA. 

    Fundamentals of Internal Auditing Online -2023

    Effective Interviewing for Internal Auditors

    Presented by IIA-Australia and KordaMentha

    Effective Interviewing for Internal Auditors

    Presented by IIA-Australia and KordaMentha

    Fundamentals of Internal Auditing Online - Document Library

    This course contains information on professional membership and a quiz to transition to professional membership.

    Ethics underpins all the work undertaken by internal auditors. This webinar provides a practical approach to applying the IIA’s mandatory Code of Ethics. It will outline the key ethical principles that internal auditors should abide by, with practical scenarios as to how these principles can apply in the workplace.

    We will look at the core principles, the IIA’s code of ethics, and some examples of ethical situations and how to respond to them.

    This webinar will explore the concepts of ethics and professionalism and various approaches to ethical decision making.

    An introduction to The Ethics Project - research on the changing nature of ethics, recognising three ethical domains in the workplace and the critical nature of ethical learning to the long-term sustainability of your organisation.

    A look at the different frames of perception that affect the diffusion of ethics in the workplace.

    The challenges of the Chief Audit Executive are many in relation to working for and supporting an organisation to achieve its goals, whilst applying a lens of professional skepticism over organisational activities and providing independent feedback and recommendations.

    The day-to-day work of CAEs and assurance professionals of applying organizational governance frameworks, charters, policies and regulation requirements against business realities can sometimes put the CAE in the middle of a difficult ethical dilemma.

    The recent SOPAC survey has reported around 14% of internal auditors in Australia were sanctioned for unfavourable reports.  This has highlighted the seldomly discussed problem underlying the work of the Internal Auditors.  A recent survey by Deloitte in North America shows a 55% of CAEs were directed to omit or modify their audit findings while 32% were asked to audit low-risk areas. 

    On the other hand, the IIA Code of Ethics requires internal auditors to comply with Objectivity and Independence. 

    This webinar reflects on some analyses about the issues of internal audit under pressure and examines what the IIA advises.  The objective of the webinar is to bring out the significance of the issue which undermines the internal audit profession.  

    The session will cover how ethics support and underpin quality decisions in our private and professional lives

    Multiple choice ethics test as part of annually required training in ethics.

    This comprehensive webinar aims to equip participants with a deeper understanding of Cloud designs, risks, and controls. It will explore the vital connection between cybersecurity and the Cloud environment and offer practical approaches to auditing the Cloud effectively.