WHAT IS ISACA's Accredited trainer program?
in 2017, this program was developed to strengthen the value of ISACA’s exam preparation training program by elevating training outcomes, learner experiences, and asserting better governance over the use of ISACA’s brand and intellectual property (IP).
OPPORTUNITY FOR TRINIDAD & TOBAGO CHAPTER MEMBERS
We are looking for potential candidates who can represent the Chapter in becoming accredited trainers especially for the certifications below. Trainer accreditation consists of two components — knowledge-based assessment and training assessment. The process does not require any special preparation and/or testing. It consists of a 2-4 hour interview and the submission of a video recording of an ISACA’s exam preparation or a training topic equivalent in technical depth that you have delivered or co-delivered. A major requirement to apply for accreditation is that the trainer must hold the ISACA certification(s) in good standing (all applicable fees paid in full and CPE requirements fulfilled).
HOW CAN MEMBERS PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROGRAM?
Trainers must hold the certification for the course they wish to train. For example, if they wish to teach CISA, they must be currently certified as a CISA. If they hold multiple certifications, they may become accredited to teach all or any combination of the certifications they hold. For example, if an individual is certified in CISA, CISM and CRISC, they may wish to become accredited for CISA only, CISA/CISM, or all three (or any combination of the three). However, a person certified in CISM cannot become accredited for CISA unless they also hold a CISA.
ISACA certificates that qualify are:
- COBIT 2019
- Cybersecurity Audit
- Cybersecurity fundamentals