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Certified Enterprise Risk Management

The program covers the most relevant topics in the area of ​​management of the most important risk categories that non-financial institutions face in their operations, which risks can have significant consequences on the performance of enterprises.

The program is designed to understand the objectives of an enterprise, the types of risks affecting the specific enterprise, and to establish a link between the objectives and risks so that by understanding the concepts of risk management and effective controls for their mitigation, the enterprise can increase their productivity and effectiveness, and thus their profitability and resilience to current and future exposure to specific risks and potential shocks.

Accordingly, the program can help companies increase the likelihood of achieving their strategic goals, improve risk and threat identification, and efficiently allocate and use resources to reduce The program will encompass world best practices and trends for appropriate risk management in enterprises with full focus and opportunity for their ultimate implementation in a customized form in risk management and control systems in Macedonian enterprises, as well as in public and state enterprises and institutions and other non-financial companies.

Effective risk management will help companies improve their performance and performance in their own macroeconomic environment.

According to the above, the Enterprise Risk Management Program is hands-on training designed for managers, professionals, consultants, as well as internal and external auditors and specialists from public institutions and bodies who undertake the daily – within – the – management function. with risks. ”

Registration Fee is included in the total fee of the program

Level 1

Certified Enterprise Risk Management®, Level 1

  1. Risk Management Framework and Risk Strategy
  2. Risk Appetite Framework, Risk Profile, Risk Tolerance Level and Risk Capacity Level
  3. Risk Awareness and Risk Culture
  4. Roles and Responsibilities in Corporate Governance
  5. Enterprise Risk Management Framework and System
  6. Operational Risk Management
  7. COSO and COSO model
  8. Credit Risk Management
  9. Liquidity risk management
  10. Market risk management (interest rate risk, currency risk and commodity price risk)
  11. Investment Risk Management
  12. Strategic, Business and Reputational Risk Management
  13. Macroeconomic risks and effects on the operation of the enterprise
  14. Discussion and group work

Level 2

Certified Enterprise Risk Management®, Level 2

  1. Risk Management Framework and Risk Strategy (case study)
  2. Risk Appetite Framework, Risk Profile, Risk Tolerance Level and Risk Capacity Level (case study)
  3. Risk Awareness and Risk Culture (case study)
  4. Roles and Responsibilities in Corporate Governance (case study)
  5. Enterprise Risk Management Framework and System (case study)
  6. Operational Risk Management (case study)
  7. COSO and COSO model (case study)
  8. Credit Risk Management (Case Study)
  9. Liquidity Risk Management (case study)
  10. Market risk management (interest rate risk, currency risk and commodity price risk) (case study)
  11. Investment Risk Management (case study)
  12. Strategic, Business and Reputational Risk Management (case study)
  13. Macroeconomic Risks and effects on the operation of the enterprise (case study)
  14. Discussion and group work

Level 3

Certified Enterprise Risk Management®, Level 3

  1. Risk Management Framework and Risk Strategy (creating a realistic model for the specific company where the listener comes from)
  2. Risk Appetite Framework, Risk Profile, Risk Tolerance Level and Risk Capacity Level (creating a realistic model for the specific company where the listener comes from)
  3. Risk Awareness and Risk Culture (creating a realistic model for the specific company where the listener comes from)
  4. Roles and Responsibilities in Corporate Governance (creating a realistic model for the specific company where the listener comes from)
  5. Enterprise Risk Management Framework and System (creating a realistic model for the specific company where the listener comes from)
  6. Operational Risk Management (creating a realistic model for the specific company where the listener comes from)
  7. COSO and COSO model (creating a realistic model for the specific company where the listener comes from)
  8. Credit Risk Management (creating a realistic model for the specific company where the listener comes from)
  9. Liquidity risk management (creating a realistic model for the specific company where the listener comes from)
  10. Market risk management (interest rate risk, currency risk and commodity price risk) (creating a realistic model for the specific company where the listener comes from)
  11. Investment Risk Management (creating a realistic model for the specific company where the listener comes from)
  12. Strategic, Business and Reputational Risk Management (creating a realistic model for the specific company where the listener comes from)
  13. Macroeconomic risks and effects on the operation of the enterprise (creating a realistic model for the specific company where the listener comes from)
  14. Discussion and group work

Lecturers

  1. Vladimir Davchev, Deputy Risk Manager at NLB AD Skopje
  2. Prof. dr Ivan Shverko, Head of Risk Management at PBZ Invest – Zagreb and Institute of Business and Management HEADDELBERG – Skopje
  3. Dejan Stamatov, Senior Risk Manager at LENDICO ING Group
  4. Makedonski Telekom AD Head Of Regulation
  5. CEO LYCA MOBILE
  6. AUDIT MANAGER ASSECO
  7. CFO TELAMO

Manager of the program:
M-r Stefan Nikolic, Executive Director of Cammeo Group, North Macedonia

 

 

 

 

 

 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Upon completion of the program, participants will be able to:

  • Design, establish and implement an appropriate enterprise risk management system, presented through policies, procedures, practices, and responsibilities required to establish appropriate levels of risk management in accordance with current standards and other requirements for the specific organization
  • Get and understand the big picture of the Risk Management Framework in general as well as the Risk Management Framework in the enterprise and acquire and possess the necessary theoretical and practical “know-how” competences for implementing the Risk Management Framework in their enterprises
  • Learn how to define risk appetite and risk strategy in a specific enterprise and establish a risk culture as a system of values ​​and behaviors within the enterprise and through increased risk awareness to enable management to make adequate decisions and employees through effective risk management
  • Identify, measure, evaluate, control and mitigate the risks that enterprises are exposed to through appropriate and effective management based on best practices, models and standards leading to the reduction or avoidance of potential losses from specific risks
  • Understand and timely anticipate macroeconomic risks and take into account their impact on the performance of the enterprise by adjusting its operation in line with the conditions in the macroeconomic environment and current market changes
  • Have greater confidence in implementing Risk Management in the enterprise / workplace in accordance with the requirements of appropriate corporate governance
  • Demonstrate that by properly and properly managing the risks in their enterprise, it will become more resistant to current and future risks and shocks and thereby increase its efficiency and profitability

Total hours:
  • 90

Teaching – location:  
  • Business and Management Heidelberg Skopje (N. Macedonia) / Heidelberg (Germany) or
  • ONLINE live learning platform from the ZOOM.US app

Lecture dynamics:
  • Twice a week (5pm to 7pm)

Frequently Asked Questions

You can make the payment directly with a credit card on the website itself when purchasing a seminar or training or by paying an invoice in several installments, and after a previously signed agreement.

In the certification programs can enroll anyone who wants to qualify or retrain for thechosen field in the certification programs. For that purpose, having a minimum of prior knowledge in the chosen field of each candidate is a facilitating circumstance in studying the programs. Namely, the programs, except for the postgraduate master studies, do not require prior formal higher education.

Pillar 1 – Seminars are held live with physical presence at a predetermined location and time. Seminars are also held live online through the ZOOM platform. For each organized seminar, the way, time and place of the event are certain in advance, which is published on the website.

Pillar 2 – E-learning, lectures are held online. The first category is live lectures through the online ZOOM platform, the second category is through recorded video materials (when you buy a certain program, you get access to the video you bought).

Pillar 3 – Executive Certification are held live with the physical presence of the group following the program, with a predetermined schedule for lectures.

NOTE: the lectures with several months of training programs are held after working hours, once or twice a week (for each training is explained in detail in the information of the program itself).

Lecturers of all programs are domestic and international practitioners with at least 10 years of work experience in the fields they teach. In each of the programs there are expert lecturers who are available for you to “use” their know-how.

Each listener receives materials in the form of presentations, exercises, excels, books, additional (video and audio) materials and directions where they can get more information on topics related to the lectures for anyone who wants to expand their study.

At the German higher education institution Heidelberg Institute for Business and Management in Skopje has accredited (in 2018) 4 academic programs for master studies, as follows:

  • – MBA in Finance & Controlling (60 ECTS)
  • – MBA in Finance & Controlling (120 ECTS)
  • – Business Data Governance & Business Informatics (60 ECTS)
  • – Business Data Governance & Business Informatics (120 ECTS)

Eligible to enroll are all graduate students – “Bachelor” for one-year programs of 60 ECTS, who previously acquired 240 ECTS, while for enrollment in two-year master programs of 120 ECTS, students with previously acquired 180 ECTS have the right to enroll.

IMPORTANT:

  • – upon completion of the master’s program MBA in Finance & Controlling (60 or 120 ECTS) students gain prestigious international certifications (2 of the above 4):

Risk Management (EU Certificate according to European Banking Federation in Brussels)
Credit Analysis (EU Certificate according to European Banking Federation in Brussels)
Compliance (EU Certificate according to European Banking Federation in Brussels)
Certified Controller (German Diploma from Germany)

  • – Completion of the master’s program – Business Data Governance & Business Informatics (60 or 120 ECTS) students gain prestigious international certifications (2 of the above 4):

Certificate CISA / ISACA Certificate
BI & Big Data (German Diploma)
Digital Design Communication
Certification for Developers

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