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Virtual CISA Review Course-Summer 2020
September 5, 2020 @ 9:00 am - 12:30 pm EDT
An event every week that begins at 9:00 am on Saturday, repeating until September 5, 2020
August 15, 22, 29, Sept 5 0900 until 12:30 every Saturday morning.
The Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) program was established in 1978 to
- Develop and maintain a testing instrument that could be used to evaluate an individual’s practical knowledge in conducting systems audit, control, and security reviews;
- Provide a mechanism for motivating information systems auditors to maintain their competencies and monitoring the success of the maintenance programs; and
- Aid top management in developing a sound information systems audit function by providing criteria for personnel selection and development.
Our ISACA Accredited Trainers (Johan Lidros, Daniel Ruggles, and Grace Roth) deliver standardized and approved ISACA content. The course is an intensive, cram-style course that will cover some of the more challenging topics from the CISA job practice.
We have a proven successful 90% pass rate history the last three years from those students who have taken this review course in the past. Our chapter price is only $250 , which is an outstanding value! Compare this to ISACA international training, which would be at least three times that amount.
Full-time university students that are members of our ISACA chapter can attend for only $50. All students must be a member of the West Florida ISACA Chapter to receive this benefit (the annual student fee is $25). As a reminder, student membership grants you all the same benefits as a regular ISACA member in addition to the benefits mentioned above.
Attendees should obtain at least the CISA Review Manual before the class and highly recommend they obtain CISA Review Questions.
The last 5 years we have had a 90% exam pass rate for the CISA review course participants.
This is a statement from a previous student: “I am glad I took your review class as it was essential in helping me to pass the exam. I would have wasted a lot of time studying the wrong way if it were not for the class.”