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Competency-based National Insolvency Exam (CNIE)

CAIRP has implemented a competency-based education process, one that focuses not only on knowledge acquisition but on building competencies and skills.

The competency-based national insolvency examination (‘CNIE’) is intended to be a comprehensive examination that tests candidates’ knowledge, understanding, ability to apply technical knowledge to practical situations, and ability to develop solutions to situations that could be encountered in the context of an insolvency and restructuring practice. In short, the CNIE is intended to evaluate the candidates’ readiness to practice as an entry level, Chartered Insolvency and Restructuring Professional (‘CIRP’).