The CProf (SA) designation focuses on the strategic aspects of compliance.
We apply an integrated assessment process which includes work experience requirements which must be met. Candidates are required to complete a commissioned Portfolio of Evidence (POE) and supporting CV as part of the application process. Only candidates who hold a CPrac (SA) designation and has the relevant work experience will be permitted to apply for the designation and be considered for the designation assessment process.
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR COMPLIANCE PROFESSIONAL (SA)The requirements determine whether a member is eligible to receive, retain, renew or lose a professional designation. This ensures that awarding or revoking of the designation is transparent and consistent in terms of range, depth and difficulty.
Start your journey early and understand the requirements by the time you apply!
The awarding criteria are based on the following:
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- You must be a member of the Institute and in good standing
- You must already be in possession of the CPrac (SA) designation
- You must have an additional 3 years’ compliance-relevant work experience at a strategic level
- Board Exam or Assignment results
PROCESS TO REGISTER FOR BOARD EXAM II
- Step 1 – Prepare
your POE with the supporting CV and have the POE commissioned.
- Step 1 – Register for the designation - registration link pending once the 2023 exam & assignment dates have been confirmed.
- Step 3 - Login to the self-serve
platform, choose the CProf (SA) page and Upload
& Submit the completed Self-assessment and CV for
assessment to determine if you are eligible to write the exam.
- Step 4 – Invoice and payment for PoE assessment.
- Step 5 – PoE pre-assessment will be conducted.
- Step 6 – If your application is approved, an
invoice will be provided for the assessment pathway of Board Exam or
Assignment & Presentation.
Exam candidates will:
- be invited to attend a Board Preparation Course to assist them in preparation
for the exam and to ensure that candidates know what is expected of them.
- be invited to the technical dry run. This is critical to checking your
ability to write the exam virtually and that you understand the exam behaviour,
the environment and how to use the Questionmark exam platform.
Based on your assessment pathway
selected, the next steps are applicable:
- Attend a prep session;
- Receive the business case for the exam;
- Conduct a dry-run for the exam;
- Sit for the exam;
- Receive the assignment for submission and presentation.