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GRC Professional : GRC Spring 2011
38 grc professional • Spring 2011 38 grc professional • Spring 2011 CAReeR CentRe Certified Compliance Professional (CCP) Residential intensive Program Course description The Residential Intensive course will challenge participants through the application of practical case studies and workshop activities across a five-day principles-based program, based on the Harvard Case Study learning model. The course is delivered by a faculty of leading industry experts and covers: • Ethics, culture and change • Aligning compliance strategy with business objectives • Developing a quality GRC system • Performance measurement and analysis • Complaints, audits and investigations • Creating policy and reporting: Boards, regulators and key stakeholders • Business planning, budgeting and project management • Regulator engagement • Developing and delivering effective training: A practical approach To be eligible for enrolment, you must have at least five years of experience in a compliance, risk or governance related role. You will have the opportunity share your experiences with industry peers and increase your professional network. Through the successful completion of assessments and contribution to the profession’s activities, members will have the opportunity to apply for CCP accreditation. From financial services to retail, from energy to manufacturing, the CCP Residential Intensive can open more professional opportunities through the formal recognition of your knowledge and skills. The course is run in March and August each year in Sydney. the dates for 2012: 7 – 12 March 2012 8 – 13 August 2012 enrolment fees: ACi members: $6655 including GST guests: $7655 including GST This cost includes all meals, accommodation, tuition, course materials assessments and transfers to hotel from Sydney CBD and Sydney airport. to find out more, visit www.acigrc.com or contact maree hurley on +61 2 9290 1788 or email maree. email@example.com what is ACi Accreditation? acI accreditation is the premier qualification for compliance and risk professionals. acI’s comprehensive education and accreditation program provides the opportunity for participants to gain professional qualification and recognition of their professional excellence, which assists to enhance future career opportunities. acI’s education and accreditation courses are designed for professionals at all levels of experience, from those new to compliance through to the most senior industry practitioners. Compliance and Risk 101 A full day introductory course for those new to the compliance and risk profession and who do not yet qualify for attendance at an ACI Associate Intensive course. Associate intensive Course A two-day intensive course for professionals with at least one year’s experience in the compliance and risk profession. Certified Compliance Professional (CCP) Residential A five-and-a-half-day residential intensive program for professionals with at least five years’ compliance experience and a minimum of two years in a senior role. Certified Compliance Professional (CCP) distance learning Program A self-paced learning format with two 11 week semesters and an alternative for professionals unable to attend the residential model, available to participants with at least five years’ compliance experience and a minimum of two years in a senior role. Certified Compliance Professional (CCP) Fellow ACI’s CCP Fellow is a highly coveted designation awarded to CCPs who have at least ten years’ experience within the compliance profession and who can consistently demonstrate a lifetime commitment to the profession. CCP Fellow applicants must hold current CCP accreditation and submit a portfolio of evidence demonstrating competency in relation to several key criteria. Course dates novemBeR 2011 9 november – Complaints, Investigations & Reviews Workshop, Sydney 11 november – Complaints, Investigations & Reviews Workshop, Melbourne 23 november – Risk 202 Workshop, Sydney 30 november & 1 december – Associate Intensive Course, Sydney
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