Risk Audit School: Enterprise Risk Management
Risk Audit School: Enterprise Risk Management Overview
Auditors that understand risk are better prepared to provide reasonable assurance to the board that the organization’s processes support the achievement of objectives and ongoing practices are managing risk to acceptable levels. This is Part 3 of the Risk Audit School course series. Topics covered include enterprise risk management (ERM) overview, reporting, effectiveness, and metrics.
WEBVTT In the course Risk Audit School Enterprise Risk Management, auditors are provided with a comprehensive understanding of risk, enabling them to assure boards of effective risk management practices in an organization. This course offers an in-depth view of Enterprise Risk Management, or ERM, exploring its overview, reporting essentials, effectiveness, and key metrics. Internal and external auditors, risk management specialists, and professionals responsible for corporate governance will significantly benefit from this course. Successful completion of this informative course will reward you with three CPE credits.
Who this course is for
Internal and External Auditors, Risk Management Specialists, and those charged with corporate governance responsibilities.
NASBA Certified CPE
Field of Study
Length of course
PrerequisitesFundamentals of Internal Auditing
or equivalent experience
Here are the topics we'll cover
- Course Overview
- Enterprise Risk Management (ERM)
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