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Mental Health Issues at Work: How to have the conversation

Ever felt unsure about how to discuss mental health with a colleague you are concerned about or manage?

  • Dates:Nov 21
  • Time(s):9:00am to 12:00pm
  • Venue:The Platform, L3, 256 Adelaide Terrace, Perth

Details

  • Type:Workshops,Courses
  • Industry:Finance,Leadership,Education,Mining,Oil & Gas,Engineering,Human Resources
  • Hosted By:Curtin University

Description

One of the key pillars of the  Thrive at Work framework is  Mitigate illness, and an illness organisations are increasingly having to manage is mental ill health. When done well, organisations identify employees who are experiencing mental ill health, support employees who are impaired to get well again, and assist those who have been unwell to return to the workplace.
 
Privacy, confidentiality and uncertainty about what to say without causing upset or offence are some of the reasons that stop us having difficult conversations about mental health.

Likewise, there are barriers for employees who may find it difficult to raise concerns about mental health and wellbeing: fear of being misunderstood or their job being under threat, stigma and myths about mental ill health, etc.

The workshop will provide an easy to use framework and simple, practical tips for people in workplaces who need to respond to someone they are concerned about.

It is suitable for managers, supervisors, HR staff, CEOs, OHS staff and anyone who wants to learn how to understand how to respond appropriately when someone has a mental health issue.

What to expect
This masterclass will:

  • Provide an overview of the reasons we need to look out for people and how to identify someone who might be struggling at work.
  • Discuss the importance of knowing your people and fostering high quality connections.
  • Identify the barriers to having a conversation with someone who may have a mental health issue
  • Identify the challenges for someone to speak up about their mental health issues in the workplace.
  • Provide some guidelines for preparing, undertaking and bringing courage to a conversation.
  • Discuss and understand the importance of empathy.

The workshop will be interactive and participants will have an opportunity to share their experiences and have Q & A time.

Property Investor Social Event

Our Guest Presenter Damian Collins, Managing Director of Momentum Wealth, will be giving us an update on the Australian property market and where he sees it going.

  • Dates:Nov 22
  • Time(s):5:30pm – 7:30pm
  • Venue:Niche Bar

Details

  • Type:Courses,Networking,Talks
  • Industry:Real Estate

Description

Our Guest Presenter is Damian Collins, the Managing Director of Momentum Wealth.
Damian will be giving us an update on the Australian property market and where he sees it going over the next couple of years.
Please come along and join us for our Property Investor Social Event. Come along and mix and mingle and network with other property people. There will be a good mix of investors, builders, developers, finance brokers, settlement agents, and financial planners.

There will be a cash bar and we will put some tasty snacks.

Please make sure you register as soon as possible as tickets are limited.

Damian Collins - Managing Director of Momentum Wealth

Damian Collins is the founder and Managing Director of Momentum Wealth. Having been an active investor himself for over 25 years, Damian continues to apply his extensive experience in property to help fellow investors make successful investments through direct and syndicated property.

Damian has served on the REIWA Council since 2011 and was elected President of the Institute in 2018. He continues to actively support and champion the local real estate community through this leadership role.

Damian has a Bachelor of Business from RMIT University in Melbourne, a Graduate Diploma in Property from Curtin University in Perth and a Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance and Investment through FINSIA. He is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia and a Fellow of the Financial Services Institute of Australia.

Garth Davis - CEO, Property Powerhouse

Garth is the owner and founder of Property Powerhouse and he has personally successfully bought, sold, and renovated, a large number of properties around Australia. He has also helped over 500 property investors follow his successful strategies and increase their wealth, and minimise their taxes, to help them create a comfortable retirement for themselves.

More about Property Powerhouse

Property Powerhouse are the experts in Investment Property, and we help Mum and Dad investors buy properties around Australia. We also help First Home Owners into their first homes and clients who are looking to do small developments too.

AusIMM International Mining Geology Conference 2019

‘Mining Geology: 2020 and Beyond’ and will be looking at emerging technologies and their impact on the future of our industry.

  • Dates:November 25 - November 26 2019
  • Time(s):8.45 am - 5:00 pm
  • Venue:Crown Perth

Details

  • Type:Workshops,Courses,Networking,Talks,Conventions
  • Industry:Mining

Description

AusIMM’s International Mining Geology Conference will be held in Perth on 25-26 November 2019. This year’s conference theme is ‘Mining Geology: 2020 and Beyond’ and will be looking at emerging technologies and their impact on the future of our industry.

Delegates will come away from the two-day conference with a greater understanding of current and emerging best practice in data collection and mining geology, advances in technology and how to maximise orebody value and drive productivity improvement.

FREE Webinar: Workplace Wellness on A Budget

Hosted by Healthier Workplace WA, this FREE webinar focuses on practical and cost-effective strategies for creating programs that your employees will love.

  • Dates:Nov 27
  • Time(s):12.30pm -1.30pm
  • Venue:Online - A hyperlink will be sent to you prior to the event.

Details

  • Type:Workshops,Courses,Talks
  • Industry:Human Resources

Description

Have you been given the task of implementing a workplace wellness program for your workplace but have only been allocated a very limited budget (or no budget at all!)?

Join Healthier Workplace WA and Wellness Designs for our upcoming FREE webinar WORKPLACE WELLNESS ON A BUDGET and learn more about practical and cost-effective strategies for creating programs that your employees will love.   

Regardless of budget, cost-effective workplace wellness programs boost productivity and are critical to business success and sustainability. Whilst it would be wonderful to have an endless bucket of money to spend on a workplace wellness program, this isn’t always the reality.

Guest presenter Katrina Walton (Director, Wellness Designs) will provide an overview and examples of cost-effective strategies workplaces can implement to help create a successful workplace health program.

Although suitable for anyone with an interest in promoting health in the workplace, those who might find this workshop particularly useful include managers, health and wellbeing coordinators, occupational health and safety officers, human resource officers and health champions. 

Registrations for this webinar are essential and places are limited. Register here.

For more information about Healthier Workplace WA, please visit our website, subscribe to our mailing list to be notified of future Healthier Workplace WA events, or send us an email on [email protected].

Workplace Health and Wellbeing Coordinator Workshop

The Healthier Workplace WA Health and Wellbeing Coordinator Workshop covers the basics of workplace health promotion.

  • Dates:Dec 3
  • Time(s):8.30am - 12.15pm
  • Venue:Cancer Council WA, 15 Bedbrook Place, SHENTON PARK

Details

  • Type:Workshops,Courses,Networking,Talks
  • Industry:Human Resources

Description

The Healthier Workplace WA Health and Wellbeing Coordinator Workshop covers the basics of workplace health promotion. This FREE half-day professional development opportunity looks at the justification for investing in the health of workers, best practice workplace health and wellbeing strategies and the steps involved in creating a workplace action plan.

At the end of the workshop, you will be able to:

  • Describe why the workplace is a priority setting for health promotion
  • List the reasons why workplaces should invest in health and wellbeing
  • Discuss techniques for influencing employee behaviours across 4 key areas: physical activity, healthy eating, alcohol consumption and smoking
  • Describe effective methods for staff consultation
  • Identify techniques for evaluating workplace health and wellbeing strategies
  • Devise a workplace health promotion action plan.

This workshop is suitable for anyone with an interest in or is responsible for health and wellbeing in the workplace. People who might find this workshop particularly useful include managers, health and wellbeing coordinators, occupational health and safety officers, human resource officers and health champions. Participants will be provided with opportunities to network with like-minded people from other organisations and a light morning tea will be provided.

Registrations are essential, please register your interest to secure your spot in the workshop. For more information about Healthier Workplace WA, please visit our websitesubscribe to our mailing list to be notified of future Healthier Workplace WA events, or send us an email on [email protected]

Please note, limitations for attendance apply. Please register no more than two employees from the same workplace. 

UDIA WA: Politics & The Economy with Jonathan Pain

Perth in a Global Context

  • Dates:Feb 14
  • Time(s):12.00pm - 2.30pm
  • Venue:Crown Perth

Details

  • Type:Workshops,Courses,Networking,Talks,Lunches
  • Industry:Real Estate
  • Hosted By:UDIA

Description

In February 2019, at the first UDIA WA Industry luncheon of the year, Jonathan Pain accurately predicted that the Reserve Bank would slash interest rates to less than 1% by the end of the year. We are now at 0.75% and tipped to go lower.

Jonathan highlighted that credit is the oxygen of real estate, and that tightened lending standards has subsequently left the WA residential market on life support.

Australia’s economy has slowed to its most sluggish pace in a decade, following a decline in China’s economic growth and escalating tensions between China and the US. How do we diversify our economy? What can we expect for Australia in 2020 and the years to come? How will the WA economy fare? What are the risks & opportunities?

UDIA WA has again secured highly sought after independent global economics expert, Jonathan Pain, to deliver an informative and entertaining masterclass; sharing his accurate insights and humorous observations on the key global economic and political events that are likely to impact the state of play in WA (and what this means for the property market & development industry),  in an easy to understand manner.

Don’t miss your chance to hear his predictions and have all of your pressing questions answered. Jonathan will leave you with trusted information in order to make informed business decisions in the year(s) ahead.

Attendance at this luncheon attracts 1.5 REBA CPD points.

Governance Essentials

Our short courses offer practical knowledge and skills in governance and risk management that can be readily applied in your workplace.

  • Dates:Feb 17; Mar 17; Jul 20; Aug 17; Sep 22
  • Venue:Governance Institute of Australia

Details

  • Type:Courses
  • Industry:Legal,Finance,Leadership,Education
  • Hosted By:Governance Institute of Australia

Description

This half-day course provides a concise and practical overview of the essentials of good governance across all sectors.

Why you should register:

  • Fast-track, deepen and/or refresh your understanding of governance essentials
  • Increase your awareness of emerging issues contributing to good governance.
  • Obtain the latest knowledge on governance to drive implementation of good practice
  • Learn about key governance initiatives in the Australian marketplace
  • Understand the role of regulators, industry bodies and government
  • Update your knowledge of key corporate governance roles and how to apply them within your organisation
  • Understand how corporate governance contributes to your organisation’s achievement of financial and strategic objectives.

Who should attend?

  • Newly appointed company secretaries and assistant company secretaries
  • Secretarial support staff
  • Risk officers, analysts and managers
  • Compliance officers, analysts and managers
  • Line and operations managers
  • Governance practitioners
  • Newly appointed directors
  • Executive managers
  • Professionals and managers requiring a governance refresher

Duties of Officers and Directors

Our short courses offer practical knowledge and skills in governance and risk management that can be readily applied in your workplace.

  • Dates:Feb 17; Jul 20; Aug 17
  • Venue:Governance Institute of Australia

Details

  • Type:Courses
  • Industry:Legal,Leadership,Education
  • Hosted By:Governance Institute of Australia

Description

Governance practice has never been more scrutinised by regulators, the courts and the general public.

Recent court decisions concerning the duties of officers and directors have highlighted the inherent risks involved in acting as a company officer or director.

It is critical directors and other company officers have a clear understanding of their roles and responsibilities and the practice of good governance.

Recommended for all senior managers, officers and directors, this half-day course covers the core duties and responsibilities of officers and directors.

You will:

  • Develop a sound understanding of the core duties of officers and directors, and the important difference between directing and managing
  • Gain insight and information from expert presenters on a range of case studies where directors’ duties were breached and the corresponding case law that has arisen in the area
  • Expand your knowledge of effective corporate governance practices and disclosure requirements.

Who should attend?

  • Senior managers and directors including, but not limited to, company secretaries, CEOs, CFOs, chairs, financial controllers, general and senior managers and managing directors
  • New directors and long-term directors in need of a refresher
  • Anyone in the organisation who needs a thorough understanding of the core duties and responsibilities of officers and directors in order to better perform their role

Assessing, Analysing and Treating Risk

Our short courses offer practical knowledge and skills in governance and risk management that can be readily applied in your workplace.

  • Dates:Feb 19; Apr 21; Jun 23; Jul 21; Aug 18; Oct 20: Dec 8
  • Venue:Governance Institute of Australia

Details

  • Type:Courses
  • Industry:Legal,Finance,Leadership,Education
  • Hosted By:Governance Institute of Australia

Description

Examine the importance of managing and mitigating the impact of risk within an organisation.

This practical course will provide you with:

  • the knowledge and tools to identify and analyse key risks that may affect your organisation
  • practical guidance on implementing risk minimisation strategies
  • tools to effectively manage risk across industry sectors
  • key tips on embedding risk management within your organisation’s culture and structure
  • specific knowledge of the effect of AS/NZS ISO 31000-2009 risk standard on your risk management framework.
  • This is an interactive course recommended for those who have risk responsibilities in their role (and are looking to consolidate or refresh their knowledge), or those wishing to move into the risk field.

Who should attend this event?

  • Senior managers or directors involved in governance, risk or compliance
  • Company secretaries
  • CEOs, CFOs, COOs chairs, directors
  • Professionals seeking to strengthen their knowledge in governance
  • Compliance managers, finance managers, line managers, operations and risk managers.

Financial Analysis for Officers and Directors

Our short courses offer practical knowledge and skills in governance and risk management that can be readily applied in your workplace.

  • Dates:Feb 18; Jul 21; Aug 18
  • Venue:Governance Institute of Australia

Details

  • Type:Courses
  • Industry:Legal,Finance,Leadership,Education
  • Hosted By:Governance Institute of Australia

Description

This practical half-day course will increase your financial literacy in reading and understanding financial statements.

Go beyond the numbers and interpret an organisation’s financial position and performance as well as examining the challenges involved in the preparation of financial statements.

Recommended for senior managers and directors, it is designed for those without a background in accounting or finance, as well as those seeking a knowledge refresher.

Who should attend?

  • Senior managers or directors, including company secretaries, assistant company secretaries, CEOs, managing directors, COOs, general managers, chairs, partners, presidents, vice presidents
  • Senior managers and directors with a non-financial background
  • Professionals and managers requiring a refresher.

Risk Management Essentials

Our short courses offer practical knowledge and skills in governance and risk management that can be readily applied in your workplace.

  • Dates:Feb 19; Aug 19;
  • Venue:Governance Institute of Australia

Details

  • Type:Courses
  • Industry:Legal,Finance,Leadership,Education
  • Hosted By:Governance Institute of Australia

Description

A half-day course delivering practical information on the application of AS/NZS ISO 31000 and how to embed a risk-aware culture to enhance business opportunity and strategy.

This course provides participants with:

  • an overview of how to establish an effective risk management framework within an organisation
  • an understanding of why a risk-aware culture is vital in achieving organisational objectives and enhancing value
  • the knowledge and skills to assess the effectiveness of risk management systems and processes within an organisation
  • an appreciation of the benefits of an enterprise-wide approach to risk management
  • insights into emerging areas or risk and the future of risk management as a discipline

Who should attend this event?

  • Risk officers and managers
  • Risk analysts
  • Compliance officers and managers
  • Finance managers
  • Line managers
  • Operations managers
  • Assistant company secretaries
  • Anyone involved in risk management.

Effective Minute Taking

Our short courses offer practical knowledge and skills in governance and risk management that can be readily applied in your workplace.

  • Dates:Feb 19; Mar 19; Aug 19; Sep 24;
  • Venue:Governance Institute of Australia

Details

  • Type:Courses
  • Industry:Legal,Finance,Leadership,Education
  • Hosted By:Governance Institute of Australia

Description

A good set of minutes can enhance the effectiveness of meetings. And if there is one thing companies are most likely to have in common, it’s lots of meetings.

This course covers the basics of effective minute taking. It’s for anyone learning to take minutes at a meeting - from board meetings to team meetings — and will improve the capability of those responsible for recording the resolutions, outcomes and actions.

Who should attend?

  • Governance professionals inexperienced in minute taking
  • Assistant company secretaries new to the role
  • Committee secretaries
  • Executives or staff from varying types of organisations who have been delegated the role of minute taking.

Accidental Company Secretary

Our short courses offer practical knowledge and skills in governance and risk management that can be readily applied in your workplace.

  • Dates:Feb 20; Mar 19: Jul 23; Aug 20; Sep 24
  • Venue:Governance Institute of Australia

Details

  • Type:Courses
  • Industry:Legal,Finance,Leadership,Education
  • Hosted By:Governance Institute of Australia

Description

This half-day course provides practical information and resources you can apply directly in your role as company secretary.

Covering the essentials of corporate governance, the program will equip you to:

  • comply with legislative and regulatory obligations
  • promote and initiate corporate governance frameworks and processes
  • manage director and shareholder meetings
  • manage and produce meeting minutes.
  • Perform your key responsibilities with confidence, including statutory obligations, corporate governance, director and shareholder meetings and minutes.

Who should attend this event?

  • Newly appointed company secretaries
  • Assistant company secretaries
  • Support staff to the company secretary
  • Staff likely to move into a company secretarial role in the near future
  • Employees of public and proprietary companies.

Legal Framework of Governance

https://www.governanceinstitute.com.au/courses-events/calendar-of-events/

  • Dates:Feb 20; Aug 20
  • Venue:Governance Institute of Australia

Details

  • Type:Courses
  • Industry:Legal,Finance,Leadership,Education
  • Hosted By:Governance Institute of Australia

Description

This informative half-day course examines legislation, regulations and case law that underpin governance systems in companies and other organisations.

This course will help you:

  • understand both the enabling and limiting conditions of governance law
  • gain a practical overview of governance issues affected by the Australian legal system, the courts, ASIC and ASX
  • Examine how the ASX Listing Rules and the ASX Corporate Governance Council’s Corporate Governance Principles and Recommendations, 3rd edition, affect the regulation of governance.
  • Using case studies and recent examples of both ‘good’ and ‘bad’ governance practice, this course is ideal for company and board secretaries and assistants as well as governance para-professionals keen to increase their understanding of the legal framework and good governance

Who should attend?

  • Assistants to company secretaries
  • New company secretaries or officers
  • Secretaries or managers in a not-for-profit organisation
  • Secretaries or administrators in government entities
  • Professionals, practitioners and managers requiring a refresher on the legal foundations of governance.

Workplace Relations in a Modern Workplace

A masterclass designed for those who need practical knowledge on everyday issues in employee relations.

  • Dates:12 March 2020
  • Time(s):9am to 4pm
  • Venue:Curtin St Georges Terrace

Details

  • Type:Workshops,Courses
  • Industry:Legal,Finance,Leadership,Agriculture,Education,Mining,Oil & Gas,Engineering,Human Resources,Technology
  • Hosted By:Curtin University

Description

As modern workplaces grow increasingly complex, organisations must ensure that they maintain their knowledge of workplace and employee relations.

Australia’s Fair Work Ombudsman recently delivered celebrity chef George Calombaris a $200,000 ‘contrition’ fine for underpaying more than 500 of his current and former employees a total of $7.8 million.

That well-publicised case highlighted that Australia’s industrial relations landscape is complex and precarious. It is particularly tricky for organisations that lack in-house IR practitioners and employment lawyers.

Our one-day masterclass, is designed to address challenges faced by those in corporate, non-profit, local government, consultancy along with SME owners in all sectors – HR professionals in organisations without discrete IR expertise would also find this masterclass highly valuable.

Not-for-Profit Officers, Directors and the Board

Our short courses offer practical knowledge and skills in governance and risk management that can be readily applied in your workplace.

  • Dates:Mar 17; Sep 22
  • Venue:Governance Institute of Australia

Details

  • Type:Courses
  • Industry:Legal,Finance,Leadership,Education
  • Hosted By:Governance Institute of Australia

Description

This practical half-day course provides participants with a sound knowledge of officer and director duties as well as the skills required to participate effectively in an Not-for-Profit (NFP) board or management committee.

This informative half-day course provides participants with:

  • a sound knowledge of the core duties and legal responsibilities that apply to officers and directors in the NFP sector and the issues that affect them
  • detailed knowledge of the roles and activities of a board of directors or management committee
  • an understanding of the challenges faced in achieving good governance practice in the NFP sector
  • strategies for implementing governance within your organisation.
  • Supported by a suite of resources, this course is recommended for all professionals looking to consolidate their corporate governance knowledge in the NFP sector. It is particularly designed to strengthen the knowledge and capabilities of those who interact with boards.

Who should attend?

NFP professionals including board secretaries and managers that interact with boards, CEOs, CFOs, board and committee members, general managers treasurers and governance professionals.

Not-for-Profit Financial Management

Our short courses offer practical knowledge and skills in governance and risk management that can be readily applied in your workplace.

  • Dates:Mar 18; Sep 23
  • Venue:Governance Institute of Australia

Details

  • Type:Workshops,Courses
  • Industry:Legal,Finance,Leadership,Education
  • Hosted By:Governance Institute of Australia

Description

A practical overview of financial reporting, tax and auditing requirements of organisations in the Not-for-Profit (NFP) sector.

This course will help you:

  • consider financial reports and your organisation’s legal requirements
  • examine the types of reports which should be provided to the board
  • reflect on the financial and non-financial metrics which provide knowledge about organisational performance
  • assess the board’s responsibilities with regard to reporting against legislative and funding (grants and partnership) requirements.
  • This course is ideal for secretaries, treasurers, officers, board and committee members keen to increase their financial understanding of their NFP organisation. It develops the ability to read and relate critically on financial statements and board reports as well as addressing detailed compliance issues.

Who should attend?

NFP professionals such as: board secretaries, officers and directors, CEOs, CFOs, board and committee members, general managers, treasurers and governance professionals.

Not-for-Profit Regulatory Compliance

Our short courses offer practical knowledge and skills in governance and risk management that can be readily applied in your workplace.

  • Dates:Mar 18; Sep 23
  • Venue:Governance Institute of Australia

Details

  • Type:Courses
  • Industry:Legal,Finance,Leadership,Education
  • Hosted By:Governance Institute of Australia

Description

This informative half-day course demystifies the legal structures and regulatory framework underpinning Not-for-Profit (NFP) organisations.

This course will help you:

  • gain a current understanding of the legal and regulatory framework of governance in the NFP sector
  • identify the regulators and understand their impact on your NFP organisation including the ATO
  • understand the various legal structures of NFP organisations and the importance of the constituent document understand the implications of employment, WHS and privacy laws
  • clarify the definition of an unincorporated association and a public company limited by guarantee.
  • This course is ideal for board secretaries, accountants, officers, directors, and board and committee members keen to increase their understanding of the legal and regulatory requirements in the NFP sector.

Who should attend?

NFP professionals including board secretaries and managers that interact with boards, CEOs, CFOs, board and committee members, general managers treasurers and governance professionals.

UDIA WA: Built Form Development Professional Development Course

A two-day course specialising in built form development, delivered by Danielle Davison

  • Dates:Mar 25 & 26
  • Time(s):9.00am - 5.00pm
  • Venue:Saxons Training Facilities

Details

  • Type:Workshops,Courses,Networking,Talks
  • Industry:Real Estate
  • Hosted By:UDIA

Description

This course teaches the practical elements of residential built form development; from site identification, feasibility analysis and assumptions, product design, and demographic analysis, to the delivery, titling, contracting and sales and marketing. Real life examples, and plenty of life lessons, make this an excellent course for anybody wanting to get into medium to high density development, for those that are already in the industry wanting to grow their knowledge base, or for those that service the industry and wish to better understand a developers assumptions.

Intensive, practical learning
Facilitated by Danielle Davison who has worked in the property development industry for 23 years; this is the only course of its kind currently being delivered in WA. This masterclass is tailored to the local development industry and presented by a leading industry practitioner. Offering practical and highly relevant content, this 2 day course will provide a comprehensive learning solution with valuable content that is applicable for those just starting out /with limited knowledge, as well as those who have operated in this field but are seeking an up to date refresher on all elements associated with residential built form practices & processes.

Learning outcomes… Why should I attend?

  • Increase your understanding of built form development processes & practices
  • Understand the full project life-cycle of residential developments
  • Minimise mis-calculations & make informed decisions when working in this field

 

Attendance at this course attracts 7 REBA CPD points. 

Certificate in Governance and Risk Management

Combine six short courses to complete a Certificate — the gateway to membership with Governance Institute and industry-recognised postnominals GIA(Affiliated).

  • Dates:Apr 21; Jun 23; Oct 20; Dec 8
  • Venue:Governance Institute of Australia WA

Details

  • Type:Courses
  • Industry:Leadership
  • Hosted By:Governance Institute of Australia

Description

The Certificate in Governance and Risk Management provides essential knowledge for anyone with governance and risk management responsibilities. Designed and taught by experienced practitioners, students will gain a clear introduction to specialist topic areas and the important issues in relation to governance and risk management principles, frameworks and approaches.

We offer the opportunity to complete this highly regarded Certificate in a convenient, intensive mode of study. The intensive allows students to complete the required six short courses over three consecutive days.

Over three days the following topics are covered:

Day 1

• Assessing Analysing and Treating Risk 

• Governance and Risk Management 


Day 2

• Meeting Compliance Requirements 

• Risk Management Frameworks 


Day 3

• Project Governance Accountability and Risk Management  

• Business Continuity and Reputation Risk 

Governance and Risk Management

Our short courses offer practical knowledge and skills in governance and risk management that can be readily applied in your workplace.

  • Dates:Apr 21; Jun 23; Oct 20; Dec 8
  • Venue:Governance Institute of Australia

Details

  • Type:Courses
  • Industry:Legal,Finance,Leadership,Education
  • Hosted By:Governance Institute of Australia

Description

Explores how governance and risk management are essential to an organisation’s improved corporate performance. This course offers an overview of the role of the board in governance and risk management; it examines current issues and explores best practice in strategic risk management.

The key objectives are to:

  • define governance and its corporate contexts and frameworks
  • identify current issues in governance and risk management
  • examine the role of the Board and where risk management sits in that role
  • examine the traits and practices of a ˆrisk-aware’ director

Who should attend this event?

  • Directors (non-executive and executive)
  • Managers who report to the board
  • Risk managers or managers with risk responsibilities
  • Consultants (risk, audit or management)
  • Finance staff
  • And other parties who may be interested or involved in a company, such as company secretaries, legal counsel, analysts, communication consultants and regulators.

Risk Management Frameworks

Our short courses offer practical knowledge and skills in governance and risk management that can be readily applied in your workplace.

  • Dates:Apr 22; Jun 24; Oct 21; Dec 9
  • Venue:Governance Institute of Australia

Details

  • Type:Courses
  • Industry:Legal,Finance,Leadership,Education
  • Hosted By:Governance Institute of Australia

Description

A half-day course delivering practical information on managing risk within your organisation’s regulatory and governance frameworks.

This course provides participants with:

  • an overview of how to establish a risk management framework within an organisation
  • an understanding of why a risk-aware culture is vital in achieving organisational objectives
  • the knowledge and skills to assess the efficacy of risk management systems and processes within an organisation
  • an appreciation of the benefits of adopting a holistic approach to implementing risk management on an enterprise-wide basis
  • the confidence to manage organisational risks effectively and to plan for future risk.

Who should attend this event?

  • Risk officers and managers
  • Risk analysts
  • Compliance officers and managers
  • Finance managers
  • Line managers
  • Operations managers
  • Assistant company secretaries
  • Professionals - anyone involved in analysing, assessing and treating risk.

Meeting Compliance Requirements

Our short courses offer practical knowledge and skills in governance and risk management that can be readily applied in your workplace

  • Dates:Apr 22; Jun 24; Oct 21; Dec 9
  • Venue:Governance Institute of Australia

Details

  • Type:Courses
  • Industry:Legal,Finance,Leadership,Education
  • Hosted By:Governance Institute of Australia

Description

This half-day course focuses on the role of an effective compliance framework as an integral part of an organisation’s overall business strategy.

In this course, you will:

  • explore a variety of compliance approaches that underpin an organisation’s legal framework
  • consider essential regulatory requirements, compliance standards and guidelines
  • gain practical information on compliance monitoring to uncover regulatory and/or legal breaches
  • gain a practical understanding of how compliance fits into your organisation — especially alignment with key business objectives, and how compliance processes can reinforce and positively strengthen organisational culture.

Who should attend this event?

  • Risk officers and managers
  • Risk analysts
  • Compliance officers and managers
  • Finance managers
  • Line managers
  • Operations managers
  • Assistant company secretaries
  • Anyone whose role involves analysing, assessing and treating risk

Project Governance Accountability and Risk Management

Our short courses offer practical knowledge and skills in governance and risk management that can be readily applied in your workplace.

  • Dates:Apr 23; Jun 25; Oct 22; Dec 10
  • Venue:Governance Institute of Australia

Details

  • Type:Courses
  • Industry:Legal,Leadership,Education
  • Hosted By:Governance Institute of Australia

Description

This practical half-day course focuses on key objectives and elements of effective project governance, and explains why conventional project management techniques are only half the story.

To ensure your organisation’s critical projects are delivered on time and within budget, you should attend this course.

The course offers a practical guide to governance within a project management environment, and includes:

  • an examination of relevant governance models
  • invaluable reference materials
  • tips and tools to measure project success and outcomes.

Who should attend this event?

  • Risk officers and managers
  • Risk analysts
  • Compliance officers and managers
  • Finance managers
  • Line managers
  • Operations managers
  • Company secretaries
  • Assistant company secretaries
  • Professionals and managers involved in analysing, assessing and treating risk

Business Continuity and Reputation Risk

Our short courses offer practical knowledge and skills in governance and risk management that can be readily applied in your workplace.

  • Dates:Apr 23; Jun 25; Oct 22; Dec 10
  • Venue:Governance Institute of Australia

Details

  • Type:Courses
  • Industry:Legal,Finance,Leadership,Education
  • Hosted By:Governance Institute of Australia

Description

This half-day course focuses on the recovery of your business in the event of a crisis or disaster.

Organisations must be fully equipped to respond effectively to disasters or other extraordinary circumstances that cause major disruption to normal operations. The most widely accepted strategy for addressing the risks of major disruption to operations is to implement a business continuity plan (BCP). Having a business continuity plan, as well as plans to protect the organisation’s public reputation in the immediate aftermath of a major unplanned event or crisis, is a critical aspect of an organisation’s risk management framework.

In this course, participants will:

  • gain practical insights into the systems and processes which ensure that your business remains viable throughout and after a crisis or disaster
  • learn about the tools and approaches for managing your organisation’s reputational risk
  • explore reputational risk case studies and their consequences.

Who should attend?

  • Risk officers and managers
  • Risk analysts
  • Compliance officers and managers
  • Finance managers
  • Line managers
  • Operations managers
  • Assistant company secretaries
  • Professionals and managers involved in analysing, assessing and treating risk
  • For example, risk practitioner

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