Risk Management – 25 October
Monday 25 October, 10:00am – 11:00am
The cost for this webinar is:
SLCC Members – £30 + VAT
Non-Members – £35 + VAT
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Would you like to better understand the role of internal audit in your risk management framework, your relationship with risks as a clerk, and the processes involved in managing your organisations risks effectively?
This webinar will provide you with this knowledge, explain why having a strategy for this is important, and help you to understand how you can build upon your organisation’s handling of risk through following the key principles of effective risk management and monitoring.
In this session we will explore the following areas:
- What is risk?
- What is risk management, and why do you need a Risk Management Strategy?
- The role of Internal Audit
- Your role as a Clerk
- The risk management process, through the identification, scoring, and assigning controls.
- Reporting on risk, and ongoing monitoring of risks.
- Future monitoring and review of the Risk Management Strategy
Emily is a Senior Auditor at SWAP Internal Audit Services and is an active member of the Welsh Institute of Internal Auditors Committee. Having joined SWAP in January 2018, she has gained experience across a range of public and third sector authorities including councils, police and fire services, and charities. Emily’s previous experience includes compliance auditing in the retail sector, and ISO9001 quality auditing in the private security industry.
Angie Hooper CIA
Angie is a SWAP Senior Auditor having joined the company in 2015. Angie obtained Certified Internal Auditor status in January 2018 and is currently working towards the Chartered qualification. She is currently a member of the SWAP Dorset Council team but has worked across a number of different local authorities and external clients over her time as an auditor. Angie’s previous experience includes working in a finance role for a Town Council and in a management role for a building society.
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