A firm working knowledge of risk management has become an essential part of being an effective Auditor. Unfortunately, those that don’t ungraded their skills in this area will begin to find themselves at a disadvantage when compared to other fellow quality professionals. For this reason, every Auditor should consider improving their knowledge and skills on the subject of risk management.
During February 2015, I attended a 5-day CERM Workshop. This workshop included lecture, group and individual exercises. The workshop’s facilitator, Greg Hutchins, PE, CERM Academy, provided books “Value Added Auditing” and “Risk Based Thinking” and encouraged attendees to read specific chapters from these books prior to attending the workshop. It’s important to know that this is an intense workshop that requires full participation. The next CERM Workshop will be held in Seattle Washington, from June 6 to June 10, 2016. To register or for more details, click this link, https://lnkd.in/eZRVTF3
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