Compliance management and policies procedures controls best practices

Published: Tuesday, November 5, 2019

Education Legal

A standard feature of every failing and under-performing organisation is a lack of comprehensive policies and procedures matched with the appropriate internal controls.   

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Every organisation needs to have in place policies and procedures in relation to all their key business processes and systems for the respective functions and activities. 

This will ensure consistent application and act as the internal checks and balances for individual employees as part of their job descriptions, reducing the probability of crisis management and individual employees “doing their own thing”, which inevitably results in errors or a failure to perform effectively and efficiently.

This 3 Day Practical Masterclass is essential for the legal function, compliance function, accounting and administration function as well as executive management and operations. It will cover all of the essential functions and activities applicable to any organisation, whether in the public sector or private sector.

KEY FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS WHICH WILL BE COVERED:

• The difference between a Policy and a Procedure 

• The difference between Systems and Processes

• The Key Risk Indicators for Different Activities

• Which Controls, Checks and Balances need to be put in place 

• The Processes and Systems and the Interface between Policies and Procedures 

• Risk Identification and Risk Management 

• How to Draft a Policies and Procedures Manual 

• Accountability and Limits of Authority 

• Interface with Applicable Legislation and Regulations

Should you be interested in attending the seminar, kindly fill in the registration form and send back to [email protected] so that your seats may be reserved for you. Please note that there is a limited number of seats available, registration will be on first-come-first-serve basis.

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