Risk Management – Public Service & State Bodies

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Price: € 320.00
Duration: Four Hours
Online, Online Courses - Distance Learning
10:00-12:00 & 1:00-3:00
Schedule: TBC

Course description

Effective management of risk is now recognised as a critical element of good governance and assurance arrangements in public service organisations and state agencies. Handling uncertainties and agreeing priorities has implications for strategic and business planning objectives, the relationship with stakeholders and also the resourcing, management and control of work programmes and activities.

Utilising the ISO risk management standard and building on our practical experience with client organisations, this focussed event will give attendees a comprehensive introduction to this important governance and management process.

The Risk Management for Public Service Organisations and State Agencies course has been modified for online delivery and will be delivered as two x two-hour sessions.

  • Role of Risk Management in Modern Organisations
  • Compliance Requirements
  • ISO 31000 – Risk Management Standard
  • Risk Management Principles and Process
  • Implications for Governance and Controls
  • Risk Categorisations, Inherent and Residual
  • Identification of Risk
  • Risk Ranking and Scoring
  • Monitoring and reporting
  • Implications for the Audit and Governance Arrangements
  • Implications of current circumstances & Covid-19 related uncertainties and vulnerabilities

This course will be delivered remotely via MS Teams and facilitated by subject matter experts.

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