This highly interactive Four-day course explores how internal auditors and risk managers can act as a catalyst for good risk management and can assist in embedding it and improving its
effectiveness. Participants will learn how they can add value at each stage of the risk management process – from risk identification to monitoring and reporting – without, in internal audit’s case, compromising objectivity and independence.
The course offers numerous practical tools, techniques and top tips for successful Enterprise Risk Management, including demystifying risk appetite, managing threats and opportunities in parallel, innovative use of control risk self-assessment (CRSA) and the latest trends in risk reporting. The implications for internal auditors and risk managers of new and emerging risk areas such as governance, ethics, corporate responsibility, reputation, supply chain, outsourcing and project risks will also be explored.