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Welcome to the Institute of Internal Auditors New Zealand, the professional body for internal auditing
Welcome to the Institute of Internal Auditors New Zealand, the professional body for internal auditing
Internal audit is a dynamic profession that provides independent assurance that an organisation's risk management, governance and internal control processes are operating effectively Essentially, Internal Auditors help organisations to succeed.
Join our professional community and access a range of local and international benefits to expand your thinking, knowledge and networks.
Connect with other internal audit, risk and assurance professionals and grow your knowledge and skills with a range of online and local events.
All members agree to comply with:
By joining IIA NZ you consent to receiving emails directly related to administration of your membership, CPE, IIA governance and policy research.
You may select to receive other communications according to your areas of interest. You may set or change your communication preferences at any time by going to Manage Membership.
Your annual membership subscription fee is non-transferable. We reserve the right to refuse admission to membership; if we do so we will refund your annual subscription in full. The joining fee is non-refundable.
Subscriptions are due annually on 1 January; members will receive email notification of the amount due in January. If payment is not received within one month of the due date, membership will lapse. IIA NZ then reserves the right to impose a re-application fee in addition to the standard subscription.
The word 'event' refers to all our conferences, education days, workshops, webinars, professional development training courses, special interest group meetings and other networking occasions.
Event attendance is subject to registration and payment in advance of attendance unless prior arrangement has been made with IIA NZ National Office.
IIA NZ reserves the right to cap event registrations in accordance with any agreements between IIA NZ and any third-party providers. Registration is deemed to be acceptance of the terms and conditions of IIA NZ of registration, payment, and attendance.
We reserve the right to alter published programmes, speakers, venues, and method of delivery without prior notice. However, events are intended to be provided as advertised. Professional development training courses are subject to sufficient participant numbers. If the event has to be cancelled, you will be notified at least one week in advance of the event where practicable. Our liability is limited to a full refund of the event fee only.
No compensation will be paid for any other costs incurred by the delegate, such as travel or accommodation.
The IIA NZ accepts no liability if an event is cancelled or postponed for reasons beyond our reasonable control.
If you are unable to attend an event, you can send someone else in your place provided that person meets the entry requirements of the event. Please notify us in advance so that we can update our delegate list. If the replacement delegate is not entitled to attend at the same price (for example if an IIA NZ member sends a non-IIA NZ member in their place) then the difference in fees must be paid before the event is held.
If you are unable to attend the Conference, a substitute may be nominated to attend, or you can receive a refund, less an administration fee, as follows:
If the substitute delegate is not entitled to attend at the price paid (for example, if an IIA NZ member sends a non-IIA NZ member in their place), then the difference in fees must be paid before the event is held.
Cancellations received in writing 60 days or more prior to the commencement of the event will be subject to an administration fee equivalent to 20% of the registration fee.
Cancellations received in writing 30-59 days prior to the commencement of the event will be subject to an administration fee equivalent to 40% of the registration fee.
Cancellations received within 29 days of the event commencement will forfeit the full registration fee.
All refund and credit requests must be notified in writing to IIA NZ. Your refund will be processed based on your original payment method.
If payment is made by credit card, the refund will be reversed to the same credit card used to make the payment. However, if the credit card is expired or cancelled then an EFT refund can be processed provided a written confirmation is received from the authorised personnel.
If your organisation has paid the invoice, then the refund can only be made to the organisation and not to the individual for which it was paid.
A bank fee of NZ$25 will apply on International refunds processed.
IIA NZ also allows the option of keeping the credit on file. The credits expire 12 months from the date they were generated. They can be used against any service or product offered by IIA NZ within 12 months except conference credits which can only be used against other conferences.
During these 12 months IIA NZ will send a reminder about using the credit. However, if the contact details provided to IIA NZ are not updated or are incorrect or insufficient, then IIA NZ does not hold responsibility for informing the contact. The credit will then be forfeited in 12 months. IIA NZ can be contacted at any time to enquire about available credits.
Overpayments can also be kept as credit for 12 months or refunded within 3 months if requested. You will be responsible for informing IIA NZ within 3 months of the overpayment to be eligible for the refund.
IIA NZ does not accept responsibility for anyone acting as a result of information or views expressed by speakers. Delegates should take specific advice when dealing with specific situations. Opinions expressed are those of individual speakers and not necessarily those of IIA NZ.
The Intellectual Property Rights in the events are owned by, and shall remain vested in, the IIA NZ and/or its appointed training provider(s).
IIA NZ will allow you to use this website and the information contained within it. The website is offered to you conditional on your agreement with these terms and conditions and your continued use of it signifies agreement with them in their entirety and without modification.
We endeavour to ensure that the information in the website is accurate and helpful at all times. However, we cannot ultimately warrant the accuracy of that information and cannot be held liable for any use or reliance you may make of or put on it except as specifically agreed with us in any further agreement we may make with you in writing.
The contents of the website are Copyright © The Institute of Internal Auditors New Zealand unless otherwise stated. Use of such copyright will only be permitted within the scope of the licence contained at "Your use of the website" below.
Trade marks displayed may be registered and nothing contained in these conditions or the website should be construed as granting by implication, estoppel, or otherwise, any licence or right to use any of the trademarks without the permission of the owner of the trade mark. However, copying and printing of those web pages which contain our trade mark is permitted within the scope of the licence contained at "Use of this website" above.
We accept payment via VISA and MASTERCARD.
IIA NZ is an organisation operating primarily in New Zealand. All transactions are in New Zealand dollars, and any transactions for goods or services provided inside New Zealand (including hosted events occurring in New Zealand) require GST to be paid.
The Institute of Internal Auditors New Zealand (IIA NZ) values the privacy of its members, customers and visitors to its website and is committed to upholding each individual's right to privacy.
The information we collect will be relevant to the purposes for which it is to be used and we will do our utmost to ensure that such information is accurate and complete. IIA NZ members may view and update their information in 'Manage Membership' in the Members area of the website, after logging in.
IIA NZ will use the information you have provided for delivering the service or product you have requested. Our communications with you may be via post, telephone or email. We may disclose your information to our approved service providers. We will keep your information for a reasonable time and may also use it to profile your preferences, provide advice and to keep you informed of our products and services which we believe will be of interest to you.
If you are giving us information about another person, we will take this as confirmation that they have appointed you to act for them and that you are properly authorised to consent on their behalf.
You may choose to opt-out of receiving communications alerting you to news and offers at any time. To do so use the unsubscribe link provided in the email or contact firstname.lastname@example.org You can also update your preferences within 'email subscriptions' in 'Manage Membership'.
We may share your information with the Global Institute of Internal Auditors. This will be used for the purposes of creating a global account to allow access to the member-only resources.
This website contains links to other websites. IIA NZ is not responsible for the information, privacy practices or the content of these other websites. We encourage you to read the privacy policies of these linked websites as their privacy practices may differ.
IIA NZ respects your data and has taken appropriate technical and organisational measures to ensure we have mitigated against such risks as loss or unauthorised access, destruction, use, modification or disclosure of data.
If you have any questions regarding privacy or do not feel that your concerns have been addressed, please contact:
The Chief Executive
PO Box 24 491
+64 4 384 8840
We reserve the right to change the terms and conditions under which the website is offered at any time. Any such change in terms and conditions will be effective once reflected in the text of these terms and conditions and published on this web page. You should check the terms and conditions periodically to ensure that you are aware of and complying with the current version.