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6 & 7 February – Johannesburg
The risk framework is the foundation of risk management implementation. This course assists delegates in setting up the framework for success. It also helps delegates understand the origination of risk management tools and their strengths and weaknesses.
Risk Based Combined Assurance
12 February – Johannesburg
Combined Assurance has been a buzz term in the assurance fraternity since King III. While some organisations have come to terms with it and established clearly defined combined assurance processes there are still a significant number that have either not begun or are navigating their way towards what may be considered best practice in their industry. This course aims to equip Risk Practitioners and Assurance Providers with tools that will help them develop a risk based combined assurance model or enhance an existing one to ensure that risk management is able position to make an effective contribution to the achievement of organisational goals.
Risk Based Decision for the Board
19 February – Johannesburg
Boards are expected to factor the risk/opportunity balance in their decision-making. Not easy balancing the short-term and long-term horizons and risks, the urgent and the important, the often-conflicting requirements of shareholders and stakeholders. There are increased requirements for accountability in governance across the globe. All of this is changing the way Directors, both executive and non-executive, function. By participating in this workshop, you will not only become comfortable with legal requirements imposed on Boards with regards to the management of risk, but also explore best practice examples of Boards who have made risk management truly beneficial for their organisations.
Integrating Strategy, Governance and Risk
21 & 22 February – Johannesburg
A two-day seminar designed to equip Directors and Senior Executive’s boards, individual Directors, and senior company Executives to approach their responsibility for the governance of risk more strategically and with increased confidence, and to effectively delegate the responsibility for designing, implementing, and monitoring the risk management plan to management.
Introduction to Risk Management
26 & 27 February – Johannesburg
The management of Risk is an evolving discipline that builds on current knowledge in a diverse range of activities. It is therefore imperative that risk managers and practitioners keep abreast of these changes and commit to lifelong learning and ensure the currency of their knowledge, skills set and technical competence. This course identifies and explains the need for Risk Management and introduces the delegate to Risk Management best practices as presented by ISO 31000.
Risk Appetite and Tolerance
28 February – Johannesburg
Attending this Risk Appetite and Tolerance Training will provide delegates with a broader view of Risk Appetite and Tolerance (RAT), the development of a RAT framework and the practical implementation of RAT within their organisation.