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University of Arizona Partners with ISACA to upskill Arizona IT employees

University of Arizona Continuing & Professional Education (CaPE) is now an ISACA® Accredited Partner.

CaPE will offer training and exam preparation courses for Certified Information Systems Auditor® (CISA®) and Certified Information Security Manager® (CISM®) to equip Arizona information technology and information systems professionals with in-demand certifications.

This collaboration provides Arizona information technology and information systems professionals with new opportunities to earn globally-recognized ISACA credentials. It also offers organizations a convenient pathway to upskill their current employees.

“Part of the mission of the land grant university is to serve the community,” says Dr. John DeLalla, University of Arizona Continuing and Professional Education Program Director. “With a growing demand for cybersecurity, providing the education and training locally allows our state residents to earn the in-demand certifications required to advance in their career. With ISACA credentials being one of the most sought-after certifications in the IT industry, this is a great benefit for Tucson, Sierra Vista, Yuma, and Phoenix residents to access our world-class training without leaving the area.”

About University of Arizona CISA and CISM Courses

Each ISACA exam preparation course includes

  • High-quality, relevant, up-to-date training and preparation to earn top IT credentials
  • Comprehensive exam review
  • Live instruction from an ISACA Authorized Trainer
  • ISACA membership
  • Exam voucher

Classes will be offered at several University of Arizona locations throughout Arizona, including Tucson, Sierra Vista, and the Phoenix Metro area (Chandler).

To learn more about each certification and see upcoming class dates, visit the University of Arizona CISA and CISM pages.

Group discounts and custom training are also available for employers who need to train their teams to defend against the ever-growing threat of cyber attacks.

Contact Dr. John DeLalla at 520-626-6389 or to learn more.