GRCI Accreditations

 

Associate of GRCI (AGRCI)



About
The GRC Institute's Associate of GRCI (AGRCI) designation is an accreditation for professionals recognising their knowledge, skills and experience as a compliance and risk practitioner. This accreditation will help expand your career options and give you a competitive edge in the employment market place.

How to be awarded the AGRCI
To be awarded this designation, applicants must fulfil the following criteria:

  • Successfully complete the 10131NAT Certificate IV in Compliance and Risk Management
  • Must be a financial member of the GRC Institute and retain the membership
  • Must have completed two years' experience in a role with compliance and or risk duties
  • Ongoing commitment to continuous professional development (CPD), must earn 20 CPD points during the membership year (from July 1 to June 30)

Benefits of the AGRCI accreditation
Individuals may use the mark and reference their designation on personal stationary, CVs and email signatures. Other benefits include:


  • Competitive edge in the employment marketplace
  • Demonstrates commitment to best practices
  • Advances the GRC field by promoting standards of practice

Please note: the accreditation mark is not able to be used by organisations or to suggest an organisation as an entity, has been accredited.

Certified Compliance and Risk Professional (CCRP)



About
The GRC Institute's Certified Compliance and Risk Professional (CCRP) designation is for senior practitioners who have contributed extensively to the profession for the benefit of their peers and the industry in general. The CCRP accreditation is awarded to those with 5 years' of experience or more - recognising their leadership and management skills, knowledge, and experience as a compliance and risk practitioner.

How to be awarded the CCRP
To be awarded this designation, applicants must fulfil the following criteria:


  • Successfully complete the 10184NAT Graduate Certificate in Compliance and Risk Management
  • Must be a financial member of the GRC Institute and retain membership
  • Must have completed 5 years' experience in a governance, risk or compliance-related role with 2 of those years in senior/management positions.
  • Ongoing commitment to continuous professional development (CPD), must earn 20 CPD points during the membership year (from July 1 to June 30)

Benefits of the CCRP accreditation
Individuals may use the mark and reference their designation on personal stationary, CVs and email signatures.


  • Competitive edge in the employment marketplace
  • Demonstrates commitment to best practices
  • Advances the GRC field by promoting standards of practice

Please note: the accreditation mark is not able to be used by organisations or to suggest an organisation as an entity, has been accredited.

Certified Compliance and Risk Professional Fellow (CCRP Fellow)



About
The GRC Institute's Certified Compliance and Risk Professional Fellow (CCRP Fellow) designation is for senior practitioners who have contributed extensively to the profession for the benefit of their peers and the industry in general. The CCRP Fellow is the highest accreditation level achievable, awarded to those with 10 years' of experience or more.

How to be awarded the CCRP Fellow
To be awarded this designation, applicants must fulfil the following criteria:


  • Academic Achievement: Successfully complete the 10184NAT Graduate Certificate in Compliance and Risk Management and hold the CCRP accreditation
  • Industry Experience: Applicants must demonstrate at least 10 years' experience is a compliance and risk management role
  • Professional Contribution: Applicants must author and publish a compliance and risk management related article in the GRC Institute's peer-reviewed journal. As well as, provide a written reference from at least one mentoree
  • GRC Institute Membership: To retain the CCRP Fellow you must be a financial member of the GRC Institute and retain the membership

CCRP Fellow Application Process
Applicants must include in their application:


  1. Current curriculum vitae, including referees
  2. Copy of published article in the Compliance & Regulatory Journal
  3. Written reference from mentoree
  4. One-off application fee of $750 including GST*

Please note: Incomplete applications will not be accepted. The application fee will not be refunded in situations where the application does not meet the criteria and must be paid in advance at the time of applying. All applicants will be notified of the outcome. Successful applications will receive their CCRP Fellow certificate along with a pin.

Benefits of the CCRP Fellow accreditation
Individuals may use the mark and reference their designation on personal stationary, CVs and email signatures. Other benefits include:


  • Competitive edge in the employment marketplace
  • Demonstrates commitment to best practices
  • Advances the GRC field by promoting standards of practice

Where do I send my application?
Applications must be made to the GRC Institute's Accreditation and Education Committee via email to education@thegrcinstitute.org or via post [GPO Box 4117, Sydney, NSW 2001].

Please note: the accreditation mark is not able to be used by organisations or to suggest an organisation as an entity, has been accredited.

For any other queries, please contact the GRC Institute's team on +61 (02) 9290 1788.