Risk Management & Academic Audit

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We approach your audit with a deep understanding

We approach your audit with a deep understanding

We approach your audit with a deep understanding

Academic Risk Management

Educational institutions require professionals who know how to identify today’s risks and plan for tomorrow’s challenges. This programme allows you to expand your skills, and enables you to apply quantitative and qualitative techniques to estimate the impact of risks in your school.

This course will provide you with an introduction to risk management concepts as well as practical knowledge and strategies. This course is right for you if you:

* are a Superintendent of Schools, Business Official, Risk & Safety Manager, School Administrator, Head of School, Principal, General Manager or a supervisor.

* are employed by a K-12 public or private school a charter school, a community college or university.

With these professional interests, you can focus in on Academic Risk Management course and build your knowledge of the unique needs and exposures in the educational sector and increase your marketability.

Course Schedule

01. Administrating school/organisation risks

In this module you will learn how to implement and monitor & manage the risk management tools and platforms along with best practices. You will also learn how to establish internal regulations and code of ethics and implement them effectively in any organisation.

• Ethics & Guidelines

• Risk Management tools

•School Team Management

• Creating Risk Management processes

• Implementing Risk Management processes

02. Fundamentals of Risk Management

You will be provided with a general overview of all main aspects of Risk Management starting from the definition of the term and going through the building blocks of the total integrated Enterprise Risk Management model (ERM) together with its related Risk Governance arrangements.

• Understand the definitions of key terms of Risk & Risk Management

• Explore the different stages of the Risk Management process

• Learn the tools and techniques used for Risk Assessment

• Study Risk Formulation, Risk Ranking and Risk Treatment

• Learn about Risk Appetite, Risk Tolerance and Risk Escalation

• Understand the Enterprise Risk Management model

• Study the Risk Governance Framework

03. Funding School/Organisation Risks

Understanding methods that can be used to finance your school’s/organisation’s losses.

• Creation of fundings

• Raising funds through collaboration

04. Handling Risks within your Organism

You will control step of the risk management process, and how to handle critical risk situations related to budgeting, revenues, finance or even safety plans and compliance breach.

• Risk Control

• Forecast and projection
• Health & Safety programme management

05. Risk Measurement & Service Improvement Plans

You will learn to analyse and evaluate risks, along with the mechanics of forecasting and trending losses/breaches/problems to be used in estimating risk projections, & determining insurance programme retentions. You will also learn to prepare (SIP) Service Improvement Plans and execute pending actions with an effective cycle of follow-up.

What is Academic Audit?

The Academic Audit is a faculty-driven model of ongoing self-reflection, collaboration, teamwork and peer feedback. It is based on structured conversations among faculty, stakeholders and peer reviewers all focused on a common goal: to continuously improve quality processes in teaching and learning and thus enhance student success.

Who is this course for?

This course is for your if you:

* are a Superintendent of Schools, Business Official, Risk & Safety Manager, School Administrator, Head of School, Principal, General Manager or a supervisor.

* are employed by a K-12 public or private school a charter school, a community college or university.

What will you learn?

01. Introduction to Academic Auditing

In this module you will learn what an Academic really is, and what its difference is in comparison to other business and normal Audits. You will be provided with a general overview about Audit Concepts, Tools, Procedures, Restrictions & Qualification.

• Auditing as a form of assurance

• Implications of Auditing

•Impact of Auditing on a school/organisation

02. Fundamentals & Principles of Academic Auditig

You will be provided with practical workshops about importance of understanding the fundamentals, and how the principles of Auditing function in a real life situation. A E2E (end to end) cycle auditing process for a school or an academic organisation will be analysed and and tried to give a better understanding of the whole concept of Academic Auditing.

• Understand the definitions of key terms of Auditing.

• Explore the different stages of the Audit Cycle in a real set.

• Learn the tools and techniques used for Risk Assessment.

• Study Risk Formulation, Risk Ranking and Risk Treatment.

• Learn about Risk Appetite, Risk Tolerance and Risk Escalation.

• Understand the Enterprise Risk Management model.

• Study the Risk Governance Framework.

03. Strategic Analysis of school standards and processes

Understanding methods that can be used to finance the your your school’s/organisation’s losses.

• Creation of fundings

• Raising funds through collaboration

04. Auditing Systems and Controls

You will control step of the risk management process, and how to handle critical risk situations related to budgeting, revenues, finance or even safety plans and compliance breach.

• Risk Control

• Forecast and projection
• Health & Safety programme management

05. Interpreting Evidence to Actions

You will learn to analyse and evaluate risks, along with the mechanics of forecasting and trending losses/breaches/problems to be used in estimating risk projections, & determining insurance programme retentions. You will also learn to prepare (SIP) Service Improvement Plans and execute pending actions with an effective cycle of follow-up.