Those wishing to become certified must undergo training on the following (8) subjects:
However, those with adequate prior training and experience in forensic investigations or equivalent can be admitted as CFIPs with full exemptions after a thorough assessment as per the laid down criteria. All those who qualify will be admitted purely on prior experience in auditing, investigations, public accounting practice, criminal investigations,digital forensics, corporate security etc. This provision for admission as CFIPs fully on experience and prior training will close soon and then all shall have to pass through study and exams.
The IICFIP does not admit high school graduates directly to any of its accreditation programs. Those aspiring to become CFIP (Certified Forensic Investigation Professional) or DFIP (Digital Forensics Investigation Professional) or CACC (Certified Anti-Corruption Consultant) must be having relevant advanced diplomas or degrees with over three (3) years relevant working experience.
Those with CPA, ACCA, CISA, FCPA, FCFA can get partial or full exemptions to wards the CFIP and DFIP.
NB. Grandfatering of experienced members is closing very soon. This close in the next 12 months.
DIRECTED SELF STUDY ROUTE
Those desiring to carry out guided study as they read from the comfort of their homes, can now enrol and complete the course within 6 to 12 months. All materials and assignments are delivered by e-mails to the registered students wherever they are in the world. Exams also will be done independntly online effective April, 2016.
Full course fee including exams is USD 1150
High School graduates or mature employees without High School Certificates or Diplomas, can also study to become CFIPs but must start from the Foundation Course whose details are here http://www.iicfip.org/iicfip-foundation-course.
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