PwC's Academy

A range of Risk Management workshops are available as detailed below and these could be customised according to specific client requirements.

Programmes on Risk Management and Internal Controls

There following range of workshops will be conducted under this subject area. 

1. Establishing an Effective Enterprise Risk Management Process

2. Implementing Effective Internal Controls to Safeguard Your HR and Finance Processes 

3. Implementing Effective Internal Controls to Safeguard Your Inventory and Fixed Assets Management Processes

4. Implementing Effective Internal Controls to Safeguard Your Revenue and Receipts Processes

5. Introduction to Internal Controls: Importance of Internal Controls to Safeguard Your Company

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