Supporting organizations adapt to the next generation of risks and business continuity management
20 February 2019 - 21 February 2019, 8:30AM - 4:00PM, GST
The objective of this course is to support you as you seek to implement a sustainable risk culture within your organization. The course will provide you with the guidance to better understand the new COSO Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) framework as well as ISO 31000:2018. You can expect to also receive insights to assist you as your organization migrates its ERM program to meet emerging challenges. During the course, you will be introduced to some core concepts of Business Continuity Management (BCM), including an operational guidance on how to implement a BCM program in your organization.
Who should attend
— This course is primarily designed for professionals responsible for implementing Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) and/or Business Continuity Management (BCM) programs in their organizations.
— Chief Risk Officer (CRO), risk managers, risk consultants, risk champions and auditors.
— The course will play a pivotal role for those who wish to pursue a career in Enterprise Risk Management
(ERM) and/or Business Continuity Management (BCM).
— This course is likely to benefit organizations irrespective of their sectors and serve as a means to improve their risk management and business continuity abilities.
Participants who attend all sessions will be awarded a KPMG certificate of attendance.
Early bird offer (before 20 January 2019) - OMR 580/US$1,495
Participant fee - OMR 620/US$1,595
*Please note that the fee quoted is exclusive of VAT and the fee for the course shall be increased by the quantum of VAT, as applicable under the law.
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Enterprise Risk Management (ERM)
Risk governance and culture
Principles of risk and risk management
Risk assessments and alternative approaches
Risk treatment resilience for the future
Business Continuity Management (BCM)
Principles of business continuity
Business Impact Assessment (BIA)
Business continuity strategy design