Developing Business Process, Process Risks, and Controls Part I - RM00201

Objective

Business Process Management (BPM) is a systematic approach to making an organization's processes more efficient and dynamic to meet the business's changing needs. Business process improvement is a strategic planning initiative to make the process more meaningful and efficient and contribute to overall business growth.

The learning begins with understanding the business process, business process lifecycle, and the study of essential attributes of an ideal business process. Thorough knowledge of business process best practices, self-assessment, process mapping, SIPCO diagram, process types, and RACI matrix is essential for process control and risk management.

You will study the three lines of defense and the roles and responsibilities associated with each line of defense. In this course, you will be asked to read through lessons, participate in learning activities, and partake in knowledge checks designed to reinforce learning, followed by the end of the course final assessment.

 

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  • Duration: 60 Mins
  • CPE: 1.00 HR
  • Type: e-Learning

What you will learn:

    • Overview of business process
    • Learn about risk
    • Study about risk taxonomy
    • Learn the five basic steps for risk management
    • Understand the component of the enterprise risk management framework
    • Learn about the causes for failure of enterprise risk management framework
    • Learn to develop a risk management policy
    • Learn about the things to avoid while writing a risk management policy
    • Understand how to perform risk control self-assessment

Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Awareness Part I All Employee - CO00301

  • Course ID:429348
  • CPE:1.00 HR
  • Course Type:e-Learning
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What you will learn:

  • Overview of the FCPA
  • Study the implications of the FCPA
  • Learn about the enforcement and penalties
  • Study the U.S. Sentencing guidelines
  • Understand the SEC and DOJ FCPA guidance
  • Study the DOJ and SEC hallmarks of an effective compliance program
  • Learn about the DOJ’s evaluation of compliance programs
  • Learn about UK Bribery Act 2010
  • Study the UK Bribery Act 2010 provisions
  • Study the consequences of non-compliance with the Bribery Act 2020 – Case Study

Risk Assessment Awareness Part I - RM00103

  • Course ID:429386
  • CPE:1.00 HR
  • Course Type:e-Learning
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What you will learn:

  • Risk Identification – Learn to identify risk
  • Risk Assessment - How to assess risk?
  • Risk Analysis – How to analyze risk?
  • Controls – Learn to develop controls
  • Risk Treatment – How to treat risk?
  • Risk Management Elements – What are the risk management elements?
  • Risk Monitoring – How to monitor risk?
  • Risk Management Approach – Learn the process?
  • Issue Management Remediation

Vendor Risk Management Awareness Part I - RM00101

  • Course ID:429392
  • CPE:1.00 HR
  • Course Type:e-Learning
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What you will learn:

  • What is vendor/third-party risk management (TPRM)?
  • What are third parties?
  • What are the common concerns of TPRM?
  • Why perform a third-party risk assessment?
  • What are the factors driving third-party risk assessment?
  • Why do I need a Third-party Risk Management Framework?
  • Why do I need a TPRM framework?

Vendor Risk Management Framework Development Part II - RM00102

  • Course ID:429393
  • CPE:1.00 HR
  • Course Type:e-Learning
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What you will learn:

  • Why do Organizations need a TPRM framework?
  • What are the third-party risk categories and common third-party risks?
  • What are the Best Practices for a TPRM Framework?
  • What are the TPRM Framework Considerations?
  • How to build a TPRM framework?
  • How to implement a TPRM framework?

Developing Business Process, Process Risks, and Controls Part I - RM00201

  • Course ID:429414
  • CPE:1.00 HR
  • Course Type:e-Learning
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What you will learn:

• Overview of business process
• Learn about risk
• Study about risk taxonomy
• Learn the five basic steps for risk management
• Understand the component of the enterprise risk management framework
• Learn about the causes for failure of enterprise risk management framework
• Learn to develop a risk management policy
• Learn about the things to avoid while writing a risk management policy
• Understand how to perform risk control self-assessment

Developing Business Process, Process Risks, and Controls Part IV - RM00204

  • Course ID:429415
  • CPE:1.00 HR
  • Course Type:e-Learning
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What you will learn:

• Overview of business process
• Learn about risk
• Study about risk taxonomy
• Learn the five basic steps for risk management
• Understand the component of the enterprise risk management framework
• Learn about the causes for failure of enterprise risk management framework
• Learn to develop a risk management policy
• Learn about the things to avoid while writing a risk management policy
• Understand how to perform risk control self-assessment

Developing Business Process, Process Risks, and Controls Part III - RM00203

  • Course ID:429416
  • CPE:1.00 HR
  • Course Type:e-Learning
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What you will learn:

• Business Process and Lifecycle Overview
• The Element of Control Framework
• The Process Flowcharts with Risk and Controls Mapping
• To Crate Risk and Control Matrix
• The Process of Control
• The Importance of Controls
• COSO Internal Control-Integrated Framework
• Sarbanes Oxley Internal Controls Requirements
• The Overall Approach to IT Risk and Controls
• Information Technology General Controls (ITGC)

Developing Business Process, Process Risks, and Controls Part II - RM00202

  • Course ID:429417
  • CPE:1.00 HR
  • Course Type:e-Learning
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What you will learn:

• Business process and lifecycle overview.
• Understand the control fundamentals.
• Learn about control and control activities.
• Study the control environment and internal control system.
• Learn to document controls.
• Study the internal control assertions and understand the information processing objectives.
• Learn about SOX 404 and 302 internal controls reporting requirements.
• Understand control components, control methods, control types, control frequency, control evidence, Et cetera.
• Understand Information Technology General Controls

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