Risk, Compliance, Governance & Insurance
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If you wish to attend a currently scheduled iteration of this course, please contact the course coordinator listed to request enrolment.
Duration: 4 hours
Coordinator: Ms Daphne Drewes
Presenter: Ms Daphne Drewes
This course aims to develop participants understanding of various aspects of Risk, Compliance, Insurance and Governance including;
• Enterprise Risk Management (presenter; Daphne Drewes); How risk management can make you successful.
Topics covered: what is enterprise risk management, key elements of UQ’s Enterprise Risk Management Framework explained, why is risk management relevant to my work, and how to do a risk assessment – including a practical exercise in using UQ’s tools and techniques to identify, assess, manage and monitor risk.
• Insurance (presenter; Lucy Kenny); what role does insurance play in risk management, what coverage does UQ have, what do the insurance companies expect from UQ risk management, when to engage UQ Insurance Services team.
• Compliance Management (presenter; Anthony Zgrajewski); what is enterprise compliance, what you need to be aware of and how you demonstrate compliance to ensure obligations are met.
• Governance (presenter; Anthony Zgrajewski); what is governance and why it is important; what are delegations, why do we have delegations and how does it impact the decisions that you can make.
The course will enable participants to:
1. Be aware of risk management tools and techniques to inform risk aware decision making
2. Prepare a detailed risk assessment for a project, team or initiative
3. Understand UQ’s insurance coverage, how the Insurance Services team can support you and when to engage with them
4. Identify compliance obligations in your portfolio, understand which are critical compliance risks to inform your decision making and how to deal with non-compliance
5. Understand the schedule of delegations and how it impacts on your decision making authority.