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Governance, Risk and Compliance - OAP352
It is a significant responsibility for an organization to implement and maintain a GRC Framework. Many organizations have implemented selected components of a GRC framework, but the challenge remains to integrate the disparate components. This course provides a roadmap to develop, implement and sustain an integrated GRC infrastructure.
Who Should Attend
Chief Compliance Officers, Chief Audit Executives, Audit Directors and Managers; Chief Risk Officers and Chief Ethics Officers; Internal and External Auditors and anyone with GRC responsibilities
- Advanced Auditing for In-Charge Auditors - OAG201
- Managing the Internal Audit Department - OAM401
- Equivalent Experience
What You’ll Learn
What audit committees want from executives, how to work with management to set the “tone” for ethics, compliance, fraud reporting, and managing governance. How to leverage every part of the organization, and over 100 GRC best practices.
- GRC: First, Answering the Important Questions
- Understanding Governance Risks:
- The GRC Model & The Chief Risk / Chief Compliance Office
- A Strategic Look: Expectations and Challenges in Building and Implementing the GRC Framework and Model
- The Organizational Analysis - Analyzing the “Tone at The Top” & “Tone-in-the-Middle”
- GRC – Four Key Components and Your Roadmap to Success
- Always Start with Risk: GRC Focus on Managing Risks
- Compliance and Regulatory Matters: The Core Strategy
- Ethics: Values and Behavior
- Investigation and Reporting: Standing Your Ground
- Key Strategy: Implementing the Chief Risk / Chief Compliance Office / Monitoring Activities
- Pulling It All Together
Why You Should Attend
You should attend because internal auditors must evaluate and contribute to the improvement of the organization’s governance, and this course provides key information to help you in your role and meet this requirement.
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