The Institute of Internal Auditors-Australia (IIA-Australia) recognises that its members make significant contributions to the organisations they work for, the professional practice of internal auditing to the ongoing initiatives of IIA-Australia. These contributions are either made individually or collectively as internal audit teams.
IIA-Australia has developed a suite of new Awards, designed to recognise those members or teams who make outstanding contributions to their organisations, the professional practice of internal auditing and the industry as a whole.
The nomination period is for 2022 year.
Nominations are sought now for the following Award categories:
- Internal Auditor of the Year Award
- Emerging Internal Audit Leader of the Year Award
- Internal Audit Team of the Year Award
Closing date for submissions is 30 November 2022. Finalists will be announced early February 2023 and are expected to have a representative present at the Awards Ceremony at SOPAC® 2023 to accept their Award.
Terms and Conditions of entry.
Terms and Conditions of entry.
- Recipients will be featured in a promotional campaign including being published on the IIA-Australia website. By nominating or agreeing to be nominated the recipient agrees to be profiled in such a way.
- Nominations are for work carried out predominately for the 12 months prior to the nomination closing date.
- Individuals and teams can enter in more than one category, but a separate application must be made for each category entered.
- Entries cannot be updated or amended once they have been submitted.
- Nominations from consultants and employees of professional services firms must be for internal audit work carried out on a fully outsourced basis. Such nominations, whether for individual or team categories, should be made in the name of the organisation for which the internal audit consultancy was supplied.
- IIA-Australia reserves the right to validate information provided within nomination forms.
- Entries will be judged purely on what is included in the nomination forms and whether they have met all the criteria and have provided the information requested.
- The IIA-Australia Nominations Committee reserves the right not to issue an award in a particular year.
- Awards and prizes are bestowed on individuals or internal audit teams and may not be transferred, exchanged or redeemed for cash.
- The recipient is responsible for transport from their residence to their nearest airport for flight departure and from their nearest airport to their residence upon return, if applicable.
- The recipient will be responsible for expenses and ancillary costs other than that not supplied by IIA-Australia.
- No compensation will be payable if the recipient is unable to use any part of the prize as stated.
- The recipient, or their nominated representative, is expected to attend the Award Ceremony.
- The IIA-Australia Board reserves the right to accept recommendations from the Nominations Committee.
- Members, individuals and organisations have the right to refuse acceptance of the award.
- IIA-Australia’s decision is final.
If you have an enquiry about awards entries, email to the IIA-Australia at email@example.com.