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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.

GRCP - GRC Professional Certification

What Is The GRC Audit Certification?

The GRCA certifies that an individual has the core understanding and skills to assess, evaluate, and audit GRC capabilities.

This certification is perfect for any professional who wants to review and provide assurance to management and the board that the GRC capability, or some subset of capabilities are designed and operating effectively.

The GRCA builds on top of the GRCP Certification.

How do I get a GRC Audit Certification?

The GRCA does not require an additional examination

  1. 1

    Hold a GRCP

    To qualify for a GRCA, you must understand and be able to apply the fundamental principles of GRC. Thus, the first step is to pass and hold an active GRCP Certification

  2. 2

    Complete GRCA training

    You must complete a training course to develop or hone your auditing skills as they apply to GRC. This course is included in your All Access Pass.

    The course teaches you how to apply your existing knowledge to specifically audit GRC activities; and teaches you how to use our GRC Assessment Tools.

  3. 3

    Take (and Pass!) GRCA Exam

    After completing all training, take the GRCA Exam

  4. 4

    Maintain your GRCA certification

    Be sure to fulfill all requirements to maintain your GRCP & GRCA certifications including an active membership and continuing education.

    There is just a single set of requirements to maintain BOTH certifications.

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