GRC Audit Certification – GRCA
The GRC Audit (GRCA) certification ensures that you understand and are able to audit GRC activities. You must have a GRC Professional (GRCP) certification before you can apply for a GRCA certification.
What Is The GRC Audit Certification?
The GRCA certifies an individual has the core understanding, skills, and competence to assess, evaluate, and audit the performance of GRC activities and controls.
The GRCA builds on top of the GRCP Certification.
How do I get a GRCA Certification
The GRCA does not require an additional examination. It is awarded based on review of the items below.
Hold a GRCP You must hold a current and active GRCP certification.
Complete GRCA Training If you have a qualifying audit certification or license (current and active CIA, CPA, CA, CISA or equivalent) you only need to watch the GRC Audit video series. If you do not have one of those qualifications, you must attend in-person training about auditing GRC activities.
Submit the GRCA Application This application includes proof of license or certification; proof of professional experience and evidence of GRCA training.
For Every GRC Auditor
“A GRC Auditor is someone who is proficient in using internal and external audit standards to audit GRC activities. This includes understanding, assessing, and evaluating key components, practices and activities, to build and execute a risk-based audit plan for governance, performance management, risk management, internal control, compliance, or ethics activities.”
- Using internal and external audit standards to audit GRC activities
- Key components, practices and activities to audit
- How to build and execute an audit plan for GRC
An individual who holds a valid GRCA is able to produce and present a digital certificate at any time. To verify authenticity and current status of an OCEG GRCA, contact firstname.lastname@example.org