Why Study The 10131nat Certificate Iv In Compliance & Risk Management?

The changing regulatory environment and technology has changed significantly over the years. These challenges faced mean it is vital to have the right knowledge and skills. The 10131NAT Certificate IV in Compliance and Risk Management will teach you what you need to know to approach your role with confidence.

Who should consider this course?

  • Compliance Officers/Managers
  • Risk Managers
  • Internal Audit Staff
  • Regulatory Representatives
  • Individuals who completed the Compliance & Risk 101
  • Accountants
  • Lawyers
  • Company Secretaries

What will I learn?

  • Comprehend and maintain awareness of compliance requirements
  • Organise and monitor the operation of compliance management system
  • Implement processes for the management of breaches in compliance requirements
  • Provide education and training on compliance requirements and systems
  • Promote and liaise on compliance requirements, systems and related issues
  • Promote compliance with legislation
  • Show leadership in the workplace
  • Identify risk and apply risk management processes
  • Manage projects
  • Undertake compliance audits

Entry requirements

Applicants must have at least 1 years’ experience in a governance, risk and compliance related role.

Course delivery

You can study via distance learning or attend the governance, risk and compliance courses in person where it is offered. To see the list of dates and locations see here. For professionals interested in distance learning education, please see here to register. This course can also be taught in-house; benefits include a reduction in price and we can personalise the course material to suit your industry.

Why GRC expertise is so valuable

Since GRC flows through every level of a business, it isn't hard to recognise the immense value governance, risk and compliance certifications carries in this day and age. Someone who has gone through specialised governance, risk and compliance training is equipped with the tools to help an organisation design smarter policies. The benefits of this expertise are numerous, ranging from better data security to greener environmental standards. However, here are some of the more specific advantages that your business can gain from putting leaders or team members through governance, risk and compliance courses.

It reduces risk: Every company takes on a little bit of risk. The key is to mitigate those risks so they function as strategic points of focus rather than outright gambling. Someone with governance, risk and compliance certification can help to identify risks in every area of the company. These risks can include anything from violating industrial codes to breaking federal or state laws to failing to protect sensitive company information properly. Having a person who can identify these dangers and recommend new policies to fix them can help you avoid fines, legal costs and reputational damage.

It encourages vigilance in keeping up with laws, codes and standards: Laws and industrial standards change every day, which means new risks are constantly appearing for large enterprises. Having someone on your team whose job it is to follow these changes and stay up to date on the latest laws, codes and standards helps eliminate the possibility your company will fall behind. A good GRC expert understands a company's risk mitigation strategies are not static but need to evolve constantly.

It creates a team member who is looking at the bottom line from a different angle: Everyone in your enterprise is (and should be) thinking about the company's bottom line. What can the organisation do to make more money, be more innovative or reach a broader audience of customers? These are the boardroom considerations, the stakeholder considerations and the managerial considerations. Having someone in your organisation that has gone through governance, risk and compliance training means having a person who will look at the bottom line from a different angle. Sometimes, the biggest moneymaking processes are the ones that violate legal or ethical concerns. A GRC specialist will be the one who takes what stakeholders and company leaders want and balances it with what is smartest in terms of compliance.

For further information or to enrol please see here or contact the GRC Institute on +61 (02) 9290 1788.