The Opportunity and Risk Management Institute is set to roll out new self and professional development courses in January 2022. Read along for more details;
Operational Risk Management and Resilience for businesses (6 weeks)
There is no business without risk. To be smart is to understand the inherent risks of your business in order for better and smarter mitigation measures and transfers. This course is about managing operational risks so that you can keep your business afloat while being ahead of your peers. This is particularly for new businesses and old businesses with challenges getting off the ground.
1. What is operational risk
2. Operational Risk Methodology
3. Regulatory requirements / international standards
4. Risk Identification;
5. Measuring and managing operational risks
6. Risk Evaluation/Assessment and Analysis
7. Risk Categorization and prioritization.
8. Risk Information and Mitigation strategies
9. Legal risk
10. Reputational Risk
11. Emerging challenges
12. Case Studies and scenarios
Understanding the Principle of Cause and Effect (4 weeks)
The universal law of cause and effect states that for every effect there is a definite cause, likewise for every cause, there is a definite effect. Your thoughts, behaviors, and actions create specific effects that manifest and create your life as you know it.
This course will help you understand that there are no causes without effects and no effects without causes. Whatever we do, brings a set of results. Whatever results we have are the result of certain actions taken or not taken. Understanding and applying this principle will help you make predictions in your personal and institutional lives, with close to perfect precision.
1. Definition of Cause and Effect
2. Relationship between Cause and Effect
3. Cause-Effect Criteria
A Guide to Stoicism – Turning failure to success (2 weeks: 1 hour, twice a week)
1. How to live your best life possible
2. How to become a more resilient human being
3. How to manage our mood effectively
4. Managing our emotions for better judgement, decisions, and thinking.
5. How to digest failure, turn it into good, and adapt when necessary
Security Risk Management (Money Laundering; Terrorism; Terrorist Financing; Radicalization; Corruption…) 16 weeks
2. Legal and regulatory implications
3. Managing Security Uncertainties
•Terrorism; Terrorist financing
• Money laundering; Transnational organized crime
• Radicalization and Deradicalization
4 Strategic knowledge areas
5. Operational competency areas
6. Implementation and Management
7. Scenarios and case studies
ML-FT Risk Assessment (financial and non-financial institutions and businesses, NPOs) 4 weeks
Enhance your anti-money laundering efforts and be ahead of savvy criminals who use your business/institution to launder their criminal assets. Discover actionable insights for visionary AML heroes in the fight against financial crime.
1. FATF 40 Recommendations
2. Regulatory requirements
4. Risk identification, assessment, analysis& prioritization
5. Politically Exposed persons & other vulnerabilities
6. Mitigation Responses; Counter measures
7. Risk communication, monitoring and review
8. Report writing
Supply Management Risks
This course examines the risks involving supply chain management (aviation, shipping, rail, road).
It is designed to prepare participants to better manage and prepare for alternative solutions in the supply chain in order to be ahead of competitors.
ORMI will teach participants to be leaders and professionals in logistics and supply chain management, ready to address global challenges and risks
1. Understanding supply chain management risks
2. Gain deep insights into best practices in logistics and supply chain management tools, methods and techniques.
3. Understanding regulations governing supply chains
4. Understanding security risks that impact supply chains
5. Preparing risk information and mitigation strategies
6. Case Scenario
Divergent thinking (2 days)
This is an idea generation technique (such as brainstorming) in which an idea is followed in several directions to lead to one or more new ideas, which in turn lead to still more ideas. In contrast to convergent thinking, (which aims at solving a specific problem) divergent thinking is creative, open-ended thinking aimed at generating fresh views and novel solutions.
This approach gives your institution/business the opportunity to see beyond possibilities and be ahead of your competitors. An excellent creative approach to creating new ideas for your business. Infinite possibilities There is no risk without opportunities.
We help you to explore the infinite possibilities that abound around you, to your advantage.
#Be a creator!
#Be your own boss!
Course dates and Schedules:
02 Jan. – 30 April 2022 Morning Sessions 10am – 12noon Evening Sessions: 18:00 – 21:00
For more details please contact us or call+233-554642732 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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