What is GRCI Accreditation
GRCI Accreditation - The premier qualification for compliance and risk professionals
GRCI’s comprehensive education and accreditation program provides the opportunity for participants to gain professional qualification and recognition of their professional excellence, which assists to enhance future career opportunities.
Our innovative education program supports participants in strengthening their knowledge, provides practical skills, tools and solutions to ulitise in their daily role, and is presented in a timely and cost effective format.
GRCI Accrediation assists participants to achieve their career and professional development goals, whilst also providing access to leading Industry experts and valuable networking opportunities.
GRCI’s Education and Accreditation courses are designed for professionals at all levels of experience, from those new to compliance through to the most senior industry practitioners.
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- Compliance & Risk 101
- Associate Intensive - Certificate IV in Compliance Management
- CCP Residential - Graduate Certificate in Compliance Management
- CCP Distance
- CCP Fellow
A full day introductory course for those new to the compliance and risk profession and do not yet qualify for attendance at an GRCI Associate Intensive.
A two day intensive course for professionals with at least one year’s experience in the compliance and risk profession.
A four day residential intensive program for professionals with at least five year’s compliance experience and a minimum of two year’s in a senior role.
A self paced learning format with two 11 week semesters and an alternative for professionals unable to attend the residential model, available to participants with at least five year’s compliance experience and a minimum of two year’s in a senior role.
GRCI's CCP Fellow is a highly coveted designation awarded to CCPs who have at least ten years experience within the compliance profession and who can consistently demonstrate a lifetime committment to the profession. CCP Fellow applicants must hold current CCP accreditation and submit a portfolio of evidence demonstrating competency in relation to several key criteria.