Introduced in 2007, the CGEIT credential is for professionals who manage, provide advisory and/or assurance services related to, and/or otherwise support the governance of an enterprise’s IT. CGEIT certified professionals deliver on the focus areas of IT governance and approach it holistically, enhancing value to enterprises. More than 5,800 professionals have earned the CGEIT credential to date. CGEIT retention is more than 95 percent.
To earn the CGEIT designation, candidates are required to:
- Prove at least five years of experience supporting the governance of an enterprise’s information technology. This experience can be achieved entirely through IT governance experience, or through a combination of IT governance experience and management experience.
- Pass the CGEIT exam (offered worldwide every June and December).
- Adhere to the ISACA’s Code of Professional Ethics.
- Agree to comply with the CGEIT Continuing Education Policy.
|Chapter 1||Framework for the governance of enterprise IT|
|Chapter 2||Strategic management|
|Chapter 3||Benefits realization|
|Chapter 4||Risk optimization|
|Chapter 5||Resource optimization|
|Chapter 6||Performance measurement|
|Note||The course will be taught by certified Brazilian CRISC instructors and with original official English material. The examinations will be made in English. To become an ISACA member and obtain discounts on additional tests and materials, you must join, an activity that is optional for the student and independent of DARYUS. For additional information and membership values, go to: www.isaca.org|