San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
GRC Professional Seminar
The GRC Professional seminar is the best interactive course available to teach you how to efficiently design and enhance GRC activities within your business based on established GRC standards. This program will also prepare you to enhance your professional credentials by taking the GRC Professional certification exam, offered by OCEG's affiliate organization, GRC Certify. The seminar fee includes the cost of the GRCP exam and one year of certification as well as a one year All Access Pass which you can use to obtain numerous GRC resources and continuing education credits.
Through lectures and practical group interaction, discussions, and exercises, you will learn about defining a GRC strategy; integrating and improving corporate performance, risk and compliance programs; strengthening core business processes; and improving use of technology to support the integrated governance,management and assurance of performance, risk and compliance. There simply is no other training program that provides you with the skills and resources you need to help your organization improve its GRC capability by implementing the publicly vetted open source standards set out in OCEG’s GRC Capability Model.
This course is suitable for executives, managers and key staff in all GRC roles (including risk, audit, compliance, legal, performance, and IT). Members of technology providers and professional service firms will also benefit from understanding the issues and approaches to GRC challenges faced by organizations they seek to serve.
Attendees will receive a certificate of completion of the GRC Professional Seminar. This certificate shows proof of completion of the course for 20 CPE credits (U.S. NASBA approved).
GRC Auditor Seminar
Internal audit activities are trying to figure out how best to audit the GRC capability of an organization. Often, in smaller and mid-sized organizations, internal audit finds themselves in some form of management of the process in the GRC capability posing questions of whether the internal audit activity is independent and objective. Are they capable of providing assurance on GRC capabilities? How far is too far before internal audit is no longer independent and objective? What skills are necessary for an auditor to effectively audit GRC capabilities? Do they have those skills within their internal audit activity or do they require the use of outside specialists? Are there any standard audit procedures or best-practices and internal audit activity can use in auditing these activities?
The objective of this seminar is to provide attendees with the basic knowledge necessary to help them answer these questions and learn how to efficiently audit the GRC capability across the organization. The Open Compliance and Ethics Group’s (OCEG) GRC Capability Framework and related GRC Assessment Tools are an effective and efficient way to provide assurance to the GRC capability of any organization. This seminar also provides attendees with an understanding of how to report on GRC activities to management, the board, and external third-parties - including how to have a GRC capability, or portion there-of, certified by OCEG.
GRC Certify, an affiliated non-profit organization to OCEG, is offering the ability for audit professionals to become certified as a GRC Auditor. This seminar also explains the process for certification for those interested in pursuing further.
Spend the day learning how to provide assurance on GRC capabilities by using the OCEG GRC Assessment Tools. This course is a requirment to gain certification as a GRC Auditor, offered by OCEG's affiliate organization, GRC Certify. Attendees will receive a certificate of completion of the GRC Auditor for 6 CPE credits.
OCEG is a global nonprofit think-tank that helps organizations drive Principled Performance® and enhance culture by providing standards, tools and resources to integrate governance, risk, internal control and compliance processes. More info is at www.OCEG.org
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