Certified Anti-Corruption Manager (CAMC)
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
Parameters of the CACM Exam
CACM Exam Fee
The exam fee is USD 925 (Including application fee). It is a non-refundable fee and covers all the following:
In-Person Proctoring for the CACM Online Exam
The credibility and integrity of the CACM management credential are paramount. We are determined to maintain and enhance the reliability and trustworthiness of the CACM anti-corruption credential globally.
Effectively from January 1, 2020, the Exam Unit of The AACI shall deliver the Certified Anti-Corruption Manager (CACM) online exam proctored by a representative of The AACI, an authorized party, or an authorized testing center.
A CACM candidate is responsible for registering with an authorized testing center to sit for the CACM exam.
Authorized Testing Centers
We currently have authorized testing centers in the following countries:
The third party proctoring fee ranges from USD 100-200 based on location.
Sitting for the CACM Exam
The Exam Unit may issue CACM updates. Updates may include, but not limited to, additional questions, clarifications, and/or correction of errors. The Exam Unit will email the CACM candidates the CACM updates in a separate document. The Exam Unit integrates the CACM updates into the next CACM edition. The Exam Unit publishes the CACM Review textbook annually and makes it available for CACM candidates on January 15 of each year.
The AACI posts the latest CACM news at its website at http://theaaci.com/cacm-exam-path.html
CACM Exam Window
The exam is available from January 15 to December 31 of each calendar year.
CACM Review Textbook
A downloadable CACM review textbook will be available for CACM candidates upon registration for the exam. The book is not available for sale at any other places.CACM Review Course
The AACI does not require a CACM exam registrant to attend a CACM review course. We do not organize or conduct CACM review courses outside the U.S. The U.S. CACM review course fee is USD 3,400 (including the exam fee).
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.
CACM Annual Membership Fee
A CACM member, a CACM candidate who meets the CACM eligibility requirements, shall renew his/her membership annually and be a member in a good standing in order to retain the CACM professional designation. The annual CACM membership fee is USD 150.
For more information, contact the Exam Unit.
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