Governance, Risk and Compliance: Learn and Align


Governance, Risk and Compliance: Learn and Align Overview
GRC helps organizations make better, risk-aware decisions, and supports the goal of effective management, leadership, performance, and compliance. This course is Part 3 of the Governance, Risk, and Compliance course series. Topics covered include the internal and external context, culture, stakeholders, objectives, identification, assessment, and design.
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WEBVTT Governance, risk and compliance, learn and align. Invite you on an enlightening journey of understanding the intricate relationship between GRC and both internal and external contexts. This course provides an extensive insight into the cultural, stakeholder and objective aspects of GRC, casting a wide net to include their identification, assessment and most effectively their design. As auditors and key holders of GRC responsibilities, your participation brightens the course's value. A successful completion of this course will reward you with a broader GRC perspective and seven CPE credits.

Learning Style

On Demand





Who this course is for

Chief Compliance Officers, Chief Audit Executives, Audit Directors and Managers; Chief Risk Officers and Chief Ethics Officers; Internal and External Auditors, and anyone with GRC responsibilities.

NASBA Certified CPE

7 credits

Field of Study


Length of course


Advanced Preparation

12 Episodes

Here are the topics we'll cover

  • Course Overview
  • Component 1 - Learn
  • Component 1 - Align
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