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ISACA’s certifications combine the achievement of passing an exam with proven work experience, giving you the credibility you need to move ahead in your career. Certification proves to employers that you have what it takes to add value to their enterprise. In fact, many organizations and governmental agencies around the world recognize or require ISACA’s certifications.

Starting in 2017, the Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control (CRISC), Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) and Certified in the Governance of Enterprise IT (CGEIT) certification exams will be administered via computer-based testing (CBT) during 3 testing windows that will each be 8 weeks in length. CBT will provide new benefits to candidates taking the exams, including greater flexibility in taking the exam and faster exam results.

Registration is now open for the May/June 2017 exam. You can save US $50 by registering by the early registration deadline of 28 February.

The 2017 exams will be available during the following windows:

  • 1 May–30 June
  • 1 August–30 September
  • 1 November–31 December

Learn more about the 2017 exams including registration dates and deadlines, available language offerings, and important exam day information on the Exam Candidate Information Guide page of the ISACA website.

ISACA Melbourne Chapter Certification Study Sessions – April 2017

The Melbourne Chapter will be running study support sessions for members interested in, or undertaking the ISACA Certification Exams in 2017. There is no cost for attending.

 

CISA Study Sessions

Venue: ANZ Centre, Upper Ground Floor Core C Conference Suites, 833 Collins Street, Docklands

Time: 5:15pm to 7:00pm

  • The study sessions are designed to support your individual exam preparation and will be run at as follows:
  • Week 1.       Thursday 6th April – Domain 1 & 2 (John O’Driscoll & Joseph Spiteri)
  • Week 2.       Thursday 13th April – Domain 3 & 4 (Peter Ware & John O’Driscoll)
  • Week 3.       Thursday 20th April – Domain 5 (Ronnie Islam)
  • Week 4.       Thursday 27th April – Practice Exam (John O’Driscoll)

For further information contact John O’Driscoll (john.odriscoll@isaca-melbourne.org.au)

 

CRISC Study Sessions

Venue: ANZ Centre, Upper Ground Floor Core C Conference Suites, 833 Collins Street, Docklands

Time: 5:15pm to 7:00pm

  • The study sessions are designed to support your individual exam preparation and will be run at as follows:
  • Week 1.       Thursday 6th April – Domain 1 (Zahir Ali Quettawalla)
  • Week 2.       Thursday 13th April – Domain 2 (Zahir Ali Quettawalla)
  • Week 3.       Thursday 20th April – Domain 3 (Zahir Ali Quettawalla)
  • Week 4.       Thursday 27th April – Domain 4 & Practice Exam (Zahir Ali Quettawalla)

For further information contact Zahir Ali Quettawalla (zzaaqq@gmail.com)

CGEIT Exam Preparation Q&A Session

Venue: ANZ Centre, Upper Ground Floor Core C Conference Suites, 833 Collins Street, Docklands

Date: Wed 19th April

Time: 5:15pm to 7:00pm

This is an opportunity to get some tips on how to prepare for the CGEIT exam, and ask questions on content areas.

Facilitators: 3 x ISACA Melbourne Chapter members who have achieved recent ISACA CGEIT Excellence Awards:

  • Russell Baker (June 2015 – highest score in world)
  • Ross Peachy (December 2016 – highest score in Oceania)
  • John O’Driscoll (December 2015 – highest score in Oceania)

For further information contact John O’Driscoll (john.odriscoll@isaca-melbourne.org.au)

 

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