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2019 Operational Risk Management - 14 & 15 October ( CPT)

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2019 Conducting Bow ties for Risk Assessments and Control reviews - 15 October

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2019 Strategic Integrated Risk Management - 17 & 18 October

2019/10/22 » 2019/10/23
2019 Risk Management 101 (Intro to Risk Management) - 22 & 23 October

October 2019 - Upcoming Training
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Introduction to Occupational Fraud Risk Management 9 & 10 October (JHB)

 

Fraud cannot be eliminated it can only be managed. This two-day consolidated course describes what constitutes Occupational Fraud and how to manage it. It covers the occupational fraud tree (i.e. what constitutes occupational fraud), the psychology of fraud and the tools- techniques-processes to help manage fraud risk.

 

Members: R5 897.84 | Non-Members: R6 798.84 ex VAT

 

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Risk Appetite and Tolerance14 October (DBN)

 

The ISO 31000:2009 definition of Risk Appetite shows that it is concerned with the kinds of risk an organisation prefers to take as well as the level to which it wants to expose itself. For many organisations, some of the largest risks they face relate directly to their major sources of income and taking these risks underpins their business model. Risk Tolerance then relates to an organisation’s willingness to tolerate or retain risk after risk treatment has taken place.

 

Members: R4 196.54 ex VAT | Non-Members: R4 536.80 ex VAT

 

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Operational Risk Management - 14 & 15 October (CPT)

 

This course will provide you with an overview of typical operational risk management frameworks based on various approaches regarding the components of such a framework as well as a focus on the main components of an operational risk management framework and the contribution to effective operational risk management.

 

Members: R5 897.84 | Non-Members: R6 798.84 ex VAT

 

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Conducting Bow ties for Risk Assessments and Control reviews - 15 October (JHB)

 

The Bow Ties for Risk Assessment and Control Self-Assessment training provides detailed and practical guidance for conducting risk assessments and control reviews using the Bow Tie technique / tool. The course contains a mix of theoretical and practical components to ensure development and practice of skills.

 

Members: R4 196.54 ex VAT | Non-Members: R4 536.80 ex VAT

 

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Strategic Integrated Risk Management - 17 & 18 October (JHB)

 

A two-day intervention designed to equip participants to take their risk management programme to the next level and approach the integration of strategy and risk with increased confidence in order to resolve risk, embrace opportunity, enhance performance, and create sustainable value.

 

Members: R5 897.84 | Non-Members: R6 798.84 ex VAT

 

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Risk Management 101 - 22 & 23 October (JHB)

 

The Risk Management 101 (Introduction to Risk Management) course identifies and explains the need for risk management and introduces the delegates to concepts, principles and standards as outlined by ISO 31000. The management of risk is an evolving discipline that builds on current knowledge in a diverse range of activities.

 

Members: R5 897.84 | Non-Members: R6 798.84 ex VAT

 

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Risk Management Maturity - 24 October (JHB)

 

Every organisation exists to protect and enhance value for its stakeholders, and all organisations face risk in the pursuit of this value and their strategic objectives. An effective, optimised enterprise risk management implementation helps boards, executives and management to achieve the best possible outcomes for the organisation. A comprehensive, holistic view on risk management maturity provides the lens to determine the organisation’s weakest links and to identify areas and levers that will improve risk management maturity and risk resilience. In this course, participants will examine and learn to evaluate the critical success factors of ERM implementation using risk management maturity models that cover all aspects of ERM best practice including risk culture. 

 

Members: R4 196.54 ex VAT | Non-Members: R4 536.80 ex VAT

 

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