Public Courses - 2018
Risk knowledge is critical in order to empower your staff to become effective and engaged managers of risk in your business. That knowledge needs to be technical yet practical, thought provoking yet engaging and above all, be knowledge that can be retained and used back in the workplace. Protecht’s training is all of this and more so you get the most out of your people.
Enterprise Risk Management
This course covers all facets of an Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) Framework as it applies to any organisation including Governance, Processes, People and Culture, Reporting and Analytics.
Perth - May 2nd
Melbourne - May 7th
Brisbane - May 31st
Auckland - June 5th
Compliance Risk Management
This course covers both Compliance Management and Compliance Risk Management. The focus is on the development of an efficient risk-based approach to compliance and what that means in practice.
Sydney - June 12th
Perth - August 23rd
Auckland - September 27th
Brisbane - November 5th
Covers all aspects of developing and successfully implementing a strong Key Risk Indicator (KRI) framework
Melbourne - May 8th
Perth - August 22nd
Auckland - September 26th
Covers all aspects of developing a risk appetite at the corporate level, cascading it through the organisation and operationalising it to evaluate and report risk levels and use in decision making.
Auckland - June 6th
This course is aimed at challenging your control framework and equipping you with the skills to provide assurance as to the ongoing effectiveness of controls.The course will focus on controls assurance as a function.
Sydney - June 20thBrochure
Covers all aspects of creating a “real-time” risk profile of your key risks. The principle is also applied to key controls to provide a more real-time assessment of controls assurance. Move your risk management from reactive to proactive.
Sydney - August 16thBrochure
Covers the components and framework of a more structured approach to decision making using risk/reward. It covers the information that should be used for decision making, how it is obtained, recorded and analysed.
Sydney - August 17thBrochure
Risk and Controls Self-Assessment
The workshop covers all aspects of the RCSA process from design and implementation through to carrying out assessments, reporting results and creating follow up actions. The course applies the AS/NZS ISO 31000 and 31010 standards.
Bow Tie Analysis
Covers the principles of Bow Tie analysis for understanding and documenting risk. Construction of the Bow Tie will be covered in depth as well as its application in root cause analysis, incident management, risk assessment, scenario analysis and KRIs.