Compliance Professional SA / CProf (SA)

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 work experience log sheet and to provide evidence of the work experience claimed. This must be submitted to the Institute at the time when you register for the Board Exam II. Only candidates who hold a CPrac (SA) designation and has the relevant work experience will be permitted to write Board Exam II.


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.

The awarding criteria are based on the following:
    • 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’ relevant work experience at a strategic level
    • Board Exam II results

PROCESS TO REGISTER FOR BOARD EXAM II

  • Step 1 – Self evaluate
  • Step 2 – Login as a member
  • Step 3 – Schedule and apply
  • Step 4 – Submit Portfolio of Evidence (PoE) for pre-assessment to be eligible to write Board Exam II
  • Step 6 – PoE pre-assessment and outcome
  • Step 7 – Attend the Board Exam II Preparation session
  • Step 8 – Write the exam

USEFUL LINKS AND INFORMATION

FEES

Board exam fee: The fees below are payable in full upon receipt of invoice.

There is an assessment fee of R 1,500.00 to have the PoE evaluated to confirm your eligibility to write Board Exam II.
Once the PoE is evaluated and you qualify to write, there is a
Board Exam fee of R 6,000.00. 
Once the Board Exam fee has been paid, your provisional Board Exam II booking will be confirmed.
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The closing date for Board Exam II applications is as follows: