Professional Development


Professional Development Committee was established with the objectives to facilitate participation of members and others in the internal audit profession in enhancing their knowledge and expertise and also to make IIA Malaysia as a centre in Malaysia in providing quality and “value for money” internal audit courses.


Public Seminar/Workshop

Designed for auditors, executives, managers, audit committees, government officials, academicians and those in management. Highly skilled presenters, who represent the best, not only in internal auditing but also within their industry-specific areas, conduct seminars in English as well as Bahasa Malaysia. For more details, click here

In-House Training Programme

Tailored for corporations and government agencies where the course content is programmed to meet the specific  needs of the organisation.

Talk and Panel Discussion

Conducted by prominent and knowledgeable speakers with the objective of not only to give members an appreciation of topical issues in internal auditing, but also to promote interaction, networking and sharing amongst them.


Organised both at national and international levels and feature top level speakers including industry leaders from local  and multinational organisations. For more details, click here


Sponsorship Opportunities

Description: Support our conferences as sponsors where companies are able to showcase their products, network with individuals, discounts on delegate rates and gain speaking opportunities to share their perspectives. To view the prospectuses, click on the following events:




Auditor with less than one year’s audit experience, responsible for gaining auditing knowledge, perspective and job performance skills.


Auditors with more than one year’s experience. Responsible include staff auditor training, planning, execution and completion of audits; and project leader duties.


Supervisory and management personnel responsible for multi-audit duties and participating in budgeting, planning,  scheduling and monitoring activities or special projects. Persons responsible for managing the auditing department. Key responsibilities include auditing, planning, scheduling,  budgeting, reporting and evaluating performance.


Boards of Directors, Audit Committee Members, Chief Audit Executives, and Senior Management Personnel.