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Conducting Ethics Risk Assessment

“The root cause of fraud is a lack of ethics in the workplace”. - Dr. N. V. Kavitha & Mrs. N. Suma R

  • Starts Jun 26
  • From 2,300 South African rand
  • Virtual

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Service Description

The Ethics Risk Assessment (ERA) is a planned and structured process carried out at regular intervals (usually every 3 years) by an organisation with the objective of identifying its ethical challenges and their possible solutions. The ERA aligns with the principles outlined in the King IV Good Corporate Governance Guidelines, which emphasize the importance of promoting an ethical culture within an organisation and effectively managing ethics. Through a combination of quantitative and qualitative assessment tools, organisations can then identify their ethics risks, and opportunities, in order to compile an organisational Ethics Risk Profile. This course will take you through the ERA process and provide the relevant knowledge to enable attendees to perform the ERA. Course Content: • Introduction • Some definitions explained • Compliance vs Ethics • Ethics Management Frameworks • Ethics Risk Assessment - Planning - Ethics risk identification process - Analysis of risk and control - Ethics maturity assessment - Ethics strategy - Implementation plan - Reporting back to client Who should attend: Fraud examiners, Compliance officers, Risk officers, Ethics officers & HR practitioners. (Internal auditors also need to understand the ERA process)

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121 Sovereign Drive, Route 21 Business Park, Centurion, South Africa

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