CORP - Certified Operational Risk Professional
Start Date: 23 Feb 2020
The certified operational risk course is a five day intensive workshopwhich deals with all aspects of measuring and managing operational risk. Some of the key areas include | Business Continuity |Basel II Regulation | ISO 31000 | Bayesian approaches for quantifying exposure | COSO explained | Extreme Value Theory | Scenario Analysis | How to build an effective scorecard for operational risk and much more.
CRS - Certified Risk Specialist
Start Date: 08 Mar 2020
This program is designed for many different types of risk specialist, managers and audit staff. It covers the entire risk management landscape drawing on different aspects of risk and delivers complex topics in an easy to understand manner. By attending this practical and informative course, you will be able to use risk analysis as a key business driver, appreciate the benefits of accurate risk management, develop an integrated strategy for the identification, analysis, prioritisation and mitigation of risk, comply with major risk management standards, successfully determine and avoid the common pitfalls in risk analysis and develop a comprehensive tool-kit for successful risk analysis that you can use immediately.
CCRP - Certified Credit Risk Professional
Start Date: 29 Mar 2020
By attending this practical and informative course, you will be able to:
Use risk analysis as a key business driver appreciate the benefits of accurate risk management
Develop an integrated strategy for the identification, analysis, prioritization and mitigation of risk
Comply with major risk management standards
Successfully determine and avoid the common pitfalls in risk analysis
Develop a comprehensive tool-kit for successful risk analysis that you can use immediately
CPMOP - Certified PMO Professional
Start Date: 05 Apr 2020
In this high-level interactive course, participating organizational leaders will gain the relevant knowledge and skills to establish, operate, and improve a project management office (PMO) and to work with PMO staff in a way that maximizes the value projects produce for their organization.
Participants will review the advantages of running a successful PMO and learn how to set up a PMO that is positioned to deliver effective value within the organization. Participants will explore the various types of PMOs, as well as the various review and auditing functions that they can perform. The workshop will explore why PMOs might perform below expectations and how to improve and revitalize PMO performance.
• The value and advantages a PMO can have for an organization
• Steps required to establish and implement a PMO in a way that is beneficial for the organization over time
• Emerging trends of PMO value production and reasons for these trends
• Techniques to revitalize and improve the performance of an existing PMO that has fallen short of delivering the intended value for the organization
• Different views of the role of the PMO and how to define an applicable role based on the organizational environment
• Models and ways for the PMO to define success and produce value for all stakeholders
• Integrating the 3 Ps - Project, Program and Portfolio
• Importance of periodic evaluations of projects, processes, and competency to provide an objective view of expectations and performance
CCP - Certified Compliance Professional
Start Date: 19 Apr 2020
The Certified Compliance Professional is a program designed for Corporate Officers who are responsible for implementation of compliance programs internally within their corporation. It has two program formats, one for listed companies, and the other for banks and financial institutions who require Basel II and Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance
CIPP - Certified International Procurement Professional
Start Date: 13 Sep 2020
In recent years, Strategic Procurement and Supply Chain Management have been receiving increased focus. This is due to the quick and large benefits that are available, often with minimal investment. These disciplines apply across all industries, in the same way as all companies require robust financial control. It is the experience of the discipline, not the industry, that leading companies are looking to develop. Effective management and control of these disciplines will make a material difference to your bottom line.