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 Events in This Chapter

 
7/2/2018 - 7/23/2018

2018 CIA Part 2 Prep Course by CIA Lead Facilitator Raven Catlin, CPA, CIA, CFSA, CRMA

When:   Every Monday & Thursday from January 15th – February 5th

              Class meets at 4:30pm – 6:30pm (ET)

Where: Online

Price:    $800*

*includes CIA training materials and online access for Part 2 CIA exam prep system


 


8/27/2018 - 10/29/2018

2018 CIA Part 3 Prep Course by CIA Lead Facilitator Raven Catlin, CPA, CIA, CFSA, CRMA

When: Mondays & Thursdays (see detailed schedule below); Class meets at 4:30pm – 6:30pm (ET)

Where: Online

Price:

Part 3 class with Part 3 ONLY - 1 year online access plus printed materials for Part 3 and Student Slides and Activities for Part 3 only: $1,100

Part 3 class with Full Kit - 2 year online access plus printed materials for Parts 1, 2, and 3 and Student Slides and Activities for Part 3 only: $1,500

Parts 1, 2, and 3 course with Full Kit - 2 year online access plus printed materials for Parts 1, 2, and 3 and Student Slides and Activities for Parts 1, 2, and 3: $2,400

This is a live, instructor-led online comprehensive study of the entire Part 3 syllabus for the CIA exam. It is appropriate for CIA candidates, internal auditors seeking professional development, and Students in accounting, business, or financial degree programs. During this course, you will be able to:

• Discuss difficult topics with subject matter experts and peers

• Stay on track to complete your Part 3 studies in your specific time frame.

Facilitated by leading trainers with over 80 years of Internal Audit experience.

Raven Catlin, CIA, CPA, CFSA, CRMA

Raven is a contributing author to the CIA Learning System and was the first live instructor of the CIA LS training program. She has help over 2,500 CIA hopefuls prepare for the exam since 2008. As a globally recognized facilitator in Risk Management and Internal Audit, Raven is a keynote speaker and frequent conference speaker. Leveraging 21 years of internal audit experience, Raven founded Raven Global Training in 2006 to help prepare professionals for future success.

Vicki McIntyre, CPA, CIA, CFSA, CRMA

Vicki is a contributing author to the CIA Learning System and joined the Raven Global Training team in 2017. She performs national quality assessment reviews (QAR) of compliance with the International Professional Practices Framework for Internal Auditing of various internal audit departments. With more than 20 years of industry experience, she has served as a CIA Exam Prep instructor globally since 2009.

Gina Eubanks, CIA, CISA, CRMA, CCSA

Gina has a rich background in advisory services including over 20 years in internal audit. After serving as the Vice President of Professional Services at the IIA where she led quality assessment reviews, chief audit executive services, and industry knowledge centers, Gina joined Raven Global Training as the leadership and governance expert. Gina frequently speaks at IIA chapters in the US.

Cecilia Watkins, MS, PMP, CIA, CRMA, CISA, CGAP

Cecilia's unique combination of skills and education, including a Master's in Risk Management, along with her energy contribute to a fun and entertaining class environment. Cecilia completed the CIA exam in 2014 and helps government auditors make relationships with tested exam content. Cecilia speaks at IIA chapters and government entities in the US and delivers classes in English and Spanish..

For more information contact RJ Catlin at 571-249-0549

Email: rjc@ravenglobaltraining.com

Detailed Class Schedule

CIA Part 3

Date

Time

Monday Classes (6)

August 27

September 17

October 1 / 15 / 22 / 29

4:30pm – 6:30pm

Thursday Classes (8)

August 30

September 6 / 13 / 20

October 4 / 11 / 18 / 25

4:30pm – 6:30pm


9/11/2018
Join the NOVA IIA as Raven Global Training, LLC presents techniques from their #1 selling, highest-rated seminar:
Root Cause Analysis for Internal Auditors

Topic Summary: Do you have 3 months to complete a thorough, deep-dive on your problems to apply the 18 different root cause analysis techniques? No?!? Well, neither do we. That is why we want to help you apply the 3 techniques that streamline the root cause analysis process and make the best use of your team's time in the most pragmatic way. In this session, you will receive templates to use as your team analyzes complex problems. You will also receive hands-on practice with each of the 3 techniques to address problems encountered in your professional field. Whether you are in Information Technology, Tax, Accounting, or Consulting you will walk away from this session with the tools to help you identify the real root cause and you may even develop solutions to your most frequent problem or challenge.

Speaker Bio: Raven Catlin (CIA, CPA, CFSA, CRMA), CEO / Lead Trainer / Keynote Speaker ---- Raven Catlin is a globally recognized speaker and instructor in risk management and internal audit. She possesses over 20 years of diverse internal audit experience and risk management, and 16 years of instructing and facilitating a variety of courses. With this diverse experience, she “helps professionals add dimensions to help them grow for a successful future©”. She performed reviews and audits of not-for-profit and philanthropic organizations, mutual funds, general banking operations, trust operations, real-estate lending, construction activities, benefits, compensation, payroll, procurement activities, accounting operations, marketing activities, governance activities, information technology, treasury & cash management, derivatives, secondary marketing, and debt issuance. Her industry expertise and audit experience includes mortgage operations, mortgage backed securities, and capital markets. She served as an integral member of the financial restatement team for Freddie Mac. Additionally, she created project plans and coordinated the efforts of over 150 individuals responsible for correcting security pricing as part of the Fannie Mae financial restatement. Most recently, Raven performed a business process analysis and redesign (using Six Sigma and Lean) at the World Bank/IFC and a Fraud Risk Assessment for a Regional Bank and Trust Company. She developed and redesigned the auditing infrastructure for internal audit functions, including developing internal audit policies and procedures, implementing audit software, designing reporting and time management templates, designing audit committee packages, and implementing databases to report and track progress of audit concerns. Raven embraces the definition of internal auditing as a value-added service and operations owners have welcomed the “fresh approach” to internal auditing.


10/9/2018

Tuesday, October 9, 2018 -- Governance in the Age of Cyber
Our IIA NOVA Chapter is very proud to announce a talented speaker for our October 9th Program -- a Practice leader at Deloitte and the keynote speaker of this year's GRC Conference in Nashville Tennessee --Theresa "Terry" Grafenstine, as she presents on the topic of:  

Governance in the Age of Cyber. 
E
very day, we hear news reports of another organization being breached. We find ourselves asking, “Who’s Next?” The stakes are too high for the board, the C-Suite, and internal audit to wait until after a breach occurs to conduct a post-mortem of the attack. To provide value—and to possibly protect our organizations from failure—governance bodies need to be proactive. Ms. Grafenstine will (1) provide an overview of cyber trends and classic breach tactics, (2) describe what good security and controls look like, and (3) discuss the evolving roles of the board, the C-Suite, and internal audit in the age of cyber.



Theresa “Terry” Grafenstine, CPA, CIA, CISSP, CISA, CGEIT, CRISC, CGAP, CGMA
Ms. Grafenstine is a Managing Director in Deloitte’s Risk and Financial Advisory practice where she supports both commercial and government clients. Before joining Deloitte, Grafenstine served as inspector general of the US House of Representatives, where she was responsible for planning and leading independent, non-partisan audits, advisories, and investigations of the financial and administrative functions of the House. Grafenstine also served at the Department of Defense Office of the Inspector General where she led acquisition audits of major weapon systems and was selected to respond to high-profile Congressional audit requests. She is the immediate past chairman of ISACA’s International Board of Directors, is a founding member of the IIA’s American Center for Government Auditing, served on the board of directors of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), and is the audit committee chair of the Pentagon Federal Credit Union. She has received numerous awards and accolades, including the Golden Gov Federal Executive of the Year, the Greater Washington DC Society of Government CPA Leader of the Year, and the Joseph J Wasserman award for her leadership in cyber security.