There shall be three grades of membership of the Association Categories of membership which includes;
Association Membership: Associate membership is open to individuals of all job functions, industries and levels of experience who are interested in the prevention, detection and deterrence of fraud and forensic audit. If you are a professional interested in learning more about fraud/forensic audit. Associate membership provides you with the knowledge; resources and training you need to do your job now and at every stage of your career.
Certified Forensic an investigative Auditor (CFIA): Certified member is he or she who has passed all four parts of the exams and has completed the article requirements. The certified member can use designatory letter CFIA in front of their names.
Fellow Forensic and investigative Auditor (FFIA): fellow is he or she who has spend upto five years as a certified member of AFIA.
Honorary Fellow: notwithstanding anything in clause 1 & 2 above, the Executive Committee may confer the status of Honorary Fellow upon such persons as in its own discretion considers merit such an award in recognition of their work and contribution to the course of AFIA. This may be for a fixed and indefinite period.
No individual shall be eligible for membership of AFIA at any grade of membership unless they have;
NOTE: we offer direct membership to members of ICAN, ANAN, CPA, CFE, ACMA, NBA, CFA etc, but such members must undergo our intensive training from module one to seven before we can issue them certificate of membership. Besides, we also offer corporate membership to organization that is pursuing similar objective with AFIAN.
FORENSIC AUDIT AND INVESTIGATION TRAINING:
We provide forensic and investigative training in various private and public organizations to equip them with forensic and investigative skills in order to restore sanity to our system.