The AACI provides a management anti-corruption certification program that leads to the most effective means to prevent fraud and corruption. When a candidate passes the online program exam, (s)he will be certified as Certified Anti-Corruption Manager ® ©(CACM) ® ©.
The CACM online exam tests a candidate’s knowledge of CACM syllabus.
The Exam Unit offers the CACM online exam in one part consisting of 105 multiple-choice and true/false questions. The testing period is two hours and twenty minutes. Read more about the parameters of the exam.
The Eligibility Requirements to Apply for the CACM
A Certified Anti-Corruption Manager (CACM) candidate shall meet all the CACM eligibility requirements. A CACM candidate shall apply for the CACM to meet the following eligibility requirements:
A CACM candidate shall
- Have a bachelor degree from an accredited college or university, and
- Have three years of experience in a managerial position accompanied with managerial responsibilities, and
- Pass the Certified Anti-Corruption Manager ®©(CACM) ®© online exam, and
- Provide an assertion to non-prior indictment in any act to the discredit of the code of ethics of The Institute, and
- Abide by The AACI code of ethics, and
- Satisfy The AACI continuing professional educational (CPE) requirements, and
- Maintain a good standing and membership in The Institute
CACM candidates shall sit for the CACM online exam to complete the certification process.
The AACI does not require a CACM Exam Path registrant to attend a CACM review course. We do not organize CACM review courses outside the U.S. The AACI conducts CACM review courses in the U.S. in New York, NY, Orlando, FL, Washington D.C., Dallas, TX, Los Angeles, CA, and Seattle, WA. We also conduct CACM review courses in London, Amsterdam, Paris, Dubai, Amman, and Kuala Lumpur.
The U.S. CACM review course fee is USD 3,650 (including the CACM Exam Path fee and one additional exam authorization).
CACM Review Sample Content, Questions, and Answers
Click here to read a partial excerpt of part 2 accompanied by its review questions and answers.
Click here to read a partial excerpt of part 2 questions and answers.
Grandfathering CACM Certification Path
The AACI Advisory Board approved a grandfather CACM certification path for eligible candidates. Except that the CACM candidate will not sit for the CACM Online exam, all the remainder eligibility requirements are still valid, required and expected to be completed by a CACM candidate before (s)he becomes qualified as a CACM. The AACI Advisory Board ended The grandfathering provision on June 30, 2018.
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