Professional Fraud Auditor (PFA)

A. BASIC ENTRY QUALIFICATIONS
1. A bachelor’s degree plus
2. 2 years experience in finance, auditing, investigation, accounting, security and law
enforcement, digital forensics or cyber security or
3. Higher national diploma with over 3 years experience in finance, auditing, investigation,accounting, security and law enforcement, digital forensics or cyber security.

B. PROGRAM DURATION
The program is 100% self study with full tutor support. The entire program can be completed within a Maximum of two (2) years for busy professionals including the submission of 15,000 words thesis.

D. EXAM FORMAT AND PERIOD
The PFA exam is a computer based exam (CBE) of 400 multiple-choice questions for all 4 levels plus 15,000 words standard thesis approved by the executive counsel.

Candidates must pass with a minimum of 80%. The PFA Exam is written twice a year. That is, April and October respectively.