Compliance & Risk 101 - 7 CPD Points
ACI presents its Compliance & Risk 101 full day workshop - This one-day course is designed to help professionals who may be new to their role understand the fundamentals of compliance and risk functions and take away skills that can immediately be applied to the work place and help participants move forward confidently in their role. This course is also perfect for HR and learning development professionals looking for a risk and compliance induction program for new staff.
Professionals responsible for compliance and risk functions come from a wide range of backgrounds, some deliberately seeking these roles, whilst many others find this added to their job description as their role develops.
Whether it is your first day on the job or if you are finding your responsibilities in these areas are growing, this informative one-day course will provide the skills and understanding to confidently move forward in your role.
CLICK HERE to download the Compliance & Risk 101 brochure.
Compliance is part of your role but you are uncertain about what "Compliance" actually is....is this you?
Are you unsure of the responsibilities of your role and how compliance and risk fits within your organisation?
Do you want to find out about the Australian and New Zealand Standard for Compliance (AS/NZS3806) and how to best use it?
Do you want to find out what the new International Standard for Risk Management (ISO31000) is and how to best use it?
Do you want to know how risk management works within your organisation?
Do you want to find out more about corporate governance in organisations?
Do you work closely with risk management or have risk management as part of your role but are uncertain about some of the terminology used?
- Role of the Compliance Officer: Responsibilities, relationships and fit in an organisation
- The Australian/New Zealand Standard (ANZS3806) for Compliance: What it is and how to use it
- Legal Issues for Compliance Professionals: When to get advice and what to do with it
- Understanding Corporate Governance: How its quality can affect an organisation
- The Role of Risk Management: How it can work in organisations
- The International Standard for Risk Management (ISO31000): What it is and how to use it
- Understanding Terminology & References Used in Risk Management
- Reporting and Risk Management: Who, what, when, how
Facilitator Neill Buck CCP Fellow - Managing Director Asia Pacific, Neill Buck & Associates
Neill is well known internationally for his work in compliance, risk management, governance, complaint handling and regulatory practice. In addition to his work in industry he has advised governments and associations on regulation for small business, the grocery market from farm gate to supermarket, transport, agriculture and fisheries, utilities, film, wine, travel agents, health care, advertising, ombudsman, chemicals and chemical safety.
Neill is well known for his work in Australian businesses on processes for: organisational reviews; reviews under enforceable undertakings; root cause analysis and incident investigation; complaints and whistleblowing.
Over the past 12 years Neill has trained a large number of directors, compliance officers, complaints handling staff and risk managers in Australia and Asia. He is a CCPFellow; Life Member of the ACI; Fellow of the Customer Service Institute and Certified Practicing Risk Manager.
"This is a great introductory course for people who are new to the industry" Delegate, Comp&Risk 101, 3 Feb 2009
"I learnt a lot that we can apply and use to my company" Delegate, Comp&Risk 101, 3 Feb 2009
"Compliance 101 gave me the opportunity to find out what I know and what I need to develop" Paul Hammett, Customer Relations Manager, Comp&Risk 101, 3 Feb 2009
"Andrews' presentation was fantastic and very engaging. Both of Neills' presentations were informative and interesting"Joanne Callan, Risk and Compliance Consultant, Comp&Risk 101, 3 Feb 2009
"For someone fairly new to Compliance this seminar is ideal - Informative, interesting and helpful!" Tracey L. Piriz, Compliance and Risk Management Officer, Comp&Risk 101, 3 Feb 2009
Please see below for scheduled courses.
Registration from 8.00am for an 8.20am start. Full day course to conclude at 5.00pm.
Please see below for complete list of locations.
There is no pre-reading required for this course.
Please note courses run outside of Australia do not incur GST.
Places are strictly limited so it is recommended that you register via the direct link below without delay to avoid disappointment. Once your event registration is complete a confirmation notice will appear at the top of the screen.
If you are registering as a guest with ACI for the first time full contact details, including email address, position title, phone number, etc, are required.
Should you have any problems or questions please contact the ACI Event Manager or the ACI Office on +61 2 9290 1788.
Confirmation and Reminder
A 'reminder and confirmation' email, confirming the venue, times, etc, will be sent out approx 1 week prior to the event. It is IMPORTANT that you read this email when you receive it as it confirms FINAL details, and will include any changes to that may occur.
Cancellation & Payment
NOTE: Venues are confirmed when a minimum number of paid registrations are received. ACI reserves the right to cancel or postpone an event/course should this number not be reached. Should an event be cancelled, all registered delegates will be contacted and notified immediately. ACI is not responsible for any cancellation fees incurred by the individual (Travel, accommodation, etc) should the event be cancelled or postponed.
Full payment or a $500 non-refundable deposit is required upon registration. Full payment due seven days prior to the event. If, after payment, you are unable to attend, you are welcome to nominate someone else to attend in your place at no additional cost. Cancellations, course transfers and/or substitutions will need to be in writing at least seven days prior to course commencement.
- Course transfers will be at Management's discretion
- Please note members can only substitute members. If the substitution is from a member to a guest, the registration cost difference must be paid
We will not refund your registration fees if you fail to attend or give seven days written notice.
To obtain the member discount your membership must be paid to the current financial year.
Credit Card Transaction Fees
ACI reserves the right to recover the following merchant/credit card transaction fees:
Visa and Mastercard: 2%
These fees will vary as necessary, if and when the fees ACI are charged, change.
Locations & Dates
|Sydney CBD (TBC)
| Starts: Tue 13 Aug, 2013 8:20 AM
Ends: Tue 13 Aug, 2013 5:30 PM
Book by: Tue 13 Aug, 2013 5:30 PM
|Melbourne CBD (TBC)
| Starts: Fri 11 Oct, 2013 8:20 AM
Ends: Fri 11 Oct, 2013 5:30 PM
Book by: Fri 11 Oct, 2013 5:30 PM