Learn the concepts of Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC)
Having worked with more than 200 public and private organisations across a wide range of sectors, during his 18-year tenure at Camms, Brad has developed in-depth knowledge in key areas including governance/risk/compliance, integrated planning and performance and business process improvement among other specialised areas.
Learn about the common risk management objectives in an organisation, the different risk events faced by companies, and how to manage risks.
Discover what a risk management standard is, and how organisations align themselves with it.
In this lesson you’ll learn about Enterprise Risk Management (ERM), and exactly does Governanace, Risk and Compliance mean.
This lesson will talk all about organisational Risk Context, how to identify risks that are essential for your business, creating a risk breakdown structure and what is Risk Governanace.
Discover what Risk Documentation is, and how risk should be approached, implemented, tracked and reported on within an organisation.
This lesson will delve into risk registers, their quality and consistency as well as identification and assessment of risks.
Discover how to define risk, what is a risk impact matrix, categories of risk impact, causes, consequences and likelihood of risk, as well as the difference between Inherent and Residual risks.
This lesson will cover, what are Risk Controls, Risk Treatment Actions, Risk appetite, tolerance and attitude, target levels of risk, and strategic vs operational risks.
This lesson will highlight examples of the types of graphical risk reporting, typically embedded in risk software.
Get an understanding of organisational risk maturity and how to progress your journey from an initial to embedded to mature stage.
This lesson will cover what good risk management software should include and how to improve the efficiency of risk management within organisations though the alignment to this software.
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