CIBA will award professional certifications to professionals in recognition of their achievements in theoretical knowledge, practical experience, expertise and commitment to update these through Continuing Professional Development (CPD). 

In order to be certified, candidates should demonstrate their competence and have at least three years of relevant working experience.

Certification can lead to one of the following designations:

Chartered Knowledge Management Specialist

Knowledge management specialists play a leading role in identifying best practices in the field of knowledge management, benchmarking other organizations, networking with Chief Knowledge Officers and other professionals in this field and generally keep abreast of knowledge assets, systems and tools. They also advise knowledge managers on how to measure the performance and return on knowledge management systems.

Chartered Knowledge Auditor

Knowledge Auditors are professionals who need to understand the standards and principles of auditing and the auditing techniques of examining, questioning, evaluating, and reporting to determine the adequacy or inadequacy of knowledge management systems. He or she should also be able to review management system objectives and strategies: management responsibility, management of knowledge assets, knowledge architecture and knowledge process management.

Chartered Management Consultant

Management consultants have comprehensive and profound knowledge as well as skills in management. They are company doctors helping organizations assess the business they have now and the objectives they need to achieve. They also formulate strategies and action plans to improve the business process. Whenever there is any problem in implementing management systems, they are there to identify the reasons for the problem and recommend the best solution.

Chartered Strategic Planner

Strategic Planners are responsible for planning processes that involves four primary stages:

  • strategy analysis;
  • strategy formulation;
  • strategy implementation; and
  • strategy control and improvement.
Chartered Financial Analyst

inancial analysts collect information to define user requirements, analyze and propose ways to solve problems, improve business process, organizational structure, efficiency, and profits.

Chartered Human Resources Professional

Human resources professionals perform the functions of attracting, socializing, motivating, maintaining and retaining of an organization's employees, who are the most important asset of an organization. Human resources management requires an understanding of organizational and human behavior, as well as the practices and policies that result in a skilled and motivated workforce.

Chartered Marketer

Marketers are the professionals who engage in marketing functions such as market research, formulation of strategy, product/service distribution and communication in order to identify, anticipate and satisfy customer requirements profitably.

Certified Valuator (Intellectual Capital)

Valuation is reasoned judgment substantiated by fact. Increasingly, intangible capital accounts for a majority of the value of an organization and can provide competitive advantages if utilized effectively. The Valuators (Intellectual Capital) conduct valuations of intangible assets such as intellectual property protected by law, technology, unique process and client/customer base, using three steps: data collection, analysis and application of valuation techniques.