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Who should attend
The course is addressed to professionals with 5+ years of professional experience (15 years on average), fluent in English and interested in acquiring knowledge on how to build structured and comprehensive ERM systems and internal control mechanisms applicable to the contexts of modern International Organizations.
About the course
Governing bodies and senior management of International Organizations are increasingly aware of the importance of a holistic, structured approach to enterprise risk management (ERM) and internal controls. These are now being broadly applied as conceptual lenses to assess how the organization aims to achieve its strategic objectives and to minimize the exposure to failure or underperformance. This course systematically explores the basic components of a comprehensive ERM system and presents the most relevant conceptual frameworks (COSO, ISO 31000, 3LOD) utilized by modern International Organizations. It aims to generate hands-on knowledge on how to set up, implement and continuously improve ERM systems and internal controls fit to and sustainable for International Organizations.
What you'll be working on
The course will address the following topics:
• Introducing the ‘building blocks’ of ERM systems by presenting the most relevant ERM frameworks applicable to international organizations, as well as essential operational tools to support ERM; • Presenting essential operational tools that can be utilized to guide the implementation of ERM systems; • Analyzing and systematically apply the basic components of a comprehensive ERM system; • Discussing challenges and benefits of ERM application in the context of international organizations and its specificities.
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