Enterprise Risk Management
|Event Date/Time: Oct 22, 2009||End Date/Time: Oct 23, 2009|
* The "technical issues" : Recognizing and assessing organizational risks across strategic, financial and operational areas and having risk management structures, risk controls and processes that properly address these;
* The "organizational issues" : Aligning ERM to the organizationâ€™s business goals and stakeholder needs with considered strategies, KPIs and monitoring of performance/value of the ERM activity;
* The "managerial issues" : Setting up, further developing and maintaining an ongoing ERM framework and program appropriate for your organization, including how you might overcome any implementation challenges;
* The "assurance and governance issues" : Assessing and benchmarking your ERM.
To reinforce the knowledge gained during the course, you will takeaway a set of training materials and activity booklet with concise case studies. These case studies will cover a range of ERM circumstances and summarizing the real-life solutions that were adopted in each case plus examples of risk policies, risk profiling, risk controls and checklists, and risk reporting.
This course is a must for delegates seeking an in-depth understanding and practical tools of risk management as well as those looking to re-assess their existing risk management processes and strategies!
The course adopts a workshop style with extensive group interaction, exercises and discussions aimed at covering key principles and providing tools and tips for effective ERM implementation.
Upon your registration, a pre-course questionnaire will be sent to you that allows you to highlight your specific training needs. Mr. Tensiwood will review and analyze the completed questionnaire before the course and address your specific training needs during the course.