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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. Complete GRCA training

You must complete a training course to develop or hone your auditing skills as they apply to GRC. The type of training required depends on your current experience and qualifications.

  • If you are an experienced auditor who already has a qualifying audit certification or license then you must attend our online GRC Audit Video series. 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. Currently, we accept the following credentials as evidence that you understand the principles of auditing: CPA, CIA, ACCA, CA, CISA, ISO Lead Auditor.

  • If you do not have a qualifying audit certification, then you must attend our GRC Audit Seminar which teaches the fundamentals of auditing.

    The GRC Audit Seminar teaches the basics of auditing AND how to apply these skills to auditing GRC activities.

    You have two options for this seminar:

3. Submit GRCA Application

After completing all required training, submit an application to provide evidence that you meet the requirements to be awarded GRCA.

To be clear, these requirements include:

  • Hold a GRCP

  • Complete training based on your prior audit experience and credentials

Your application will be reviewed and GRCA will be awarded within a few days if you meet the requirements.

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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