Managing Evidences to Prove Compliance NEW
Having the right data in the right place
In a complex environment, organizations are obliged to adhere to different frameworks and to be aligned to different regulations. To show and prove the compliancy and to operate effectively, efficient information and records management is essential for organizations.
By ensuring information is managed properly, organization records will be credible and trustworthy. Also, it will be easier to provide evidence and track records when required. Finally, an accurate source of information on which to base decisions for future activities will be available to management.
The training Managing Evidences to Prove compliance is enabling the participants to understand how to manage evidences effectively and acquire techniques and methods used to ensure the organization alignment to regulations and frameworks.
Understand the importance of managing evidences
Presents the different techniques and methods to manage evidences
Understand how to improve the evidences management
Identify sources of data to comply with evidence requirements
Define the roles and responsibilities for evidence and compliance management
Understand how compliance supports the risk management activities and thus compliance
2. Basic concepts
3. Evidences and compliancy
a. Evidences and the information system
b. Gathering, storing and disposing data
c. Tools and techniques to manage evidences
d. Monitoring the adherence to compliancy
4. Risks and issues
• Auditors seeking guidance on how to manage evidences
• Managers and organization department’s heads who have to prepare their department for an audit
• Programme and project managers involved in certification projects such as ISO norms
• Consultants and people involved in evidences management and audits
Theory and concepts illustrated by a trainer with sound expertise and experience in evidences-based management and audit.
Group discussions with the purpose to match the relevant evidences-based management issues to real life experience.