Excelledia Management Company in partnership with UK Finance Risk and Resilience Academy and KRisk, will enable delegates to develop frameworks, practices and behaviours that instil operational resilience disciplines across the firm.
Following the release of consultation paper CP29/19 the academy explores the principles involved in managing risk and enabling a resilient culture. It makes effective use of organisational knowledge, encourages effective and empowered leaders and enables organisations to deliver on their commitments in the changing environment.
At its core the academy is a comprehensive training course where senior managers follow a two-month programme that includes two, two-day workshops, supplemented by reading lists and downloadable resources. Delegates will have access to dedicated forums to discuss their experiences and receive advice from experienced risk professionals.
Benefits to staff
Benefits to staff
THE LEARNING EXPERIENCE
The Academy programme and content is designed to be agile, immersive and responsive, ensuring that we can understand the challenges faced by the cohort and tailor the programme accordingly.
The two-month programme will feature up-to-date case studies and the latest news issues. It will be grounded in the latest industry information and up-todate regulatory direction as well as well-established models, to engage innovative thinking.
More pointedly, the faculty will use the cohort’s own experiences and challenges to make the programme as dynamic, practical and helpful, as possible.
To include but not restricted to:
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
The recommended participants should be colleagues responsible for development of their organisations strategy for operational risk and resilience, these include:
THE LEARNING JOURNEY
360 learning journey example
The cohort will be formed of a peer group who will learn from each other’s experiences and issues in a confidential and supportive environment under Chatham House rules. As experienced facilitators, the faculty will help the cohort explore individual concerns through frank conversation and ‘social learning’ where each participant is urged to share practical examples, best practice, concerns and successes from within their own organisation over the course of the programme.
This 360-degree approach will ensure that each attendee can reflect fully on what they have learned, tailor their approach, and test different working practices within their organisation. The aim of the Academy is to offer practical, rather than theoretical, solutions.
Learning by doing
The approach of the faculty will be to encourage ‘action learning’ or ‘learning by doing’. Over the course of the programme the cohort will be encouraged to apply, test and feedback on what they have learned through each aspect of the Academy, sharing their experiences and best practice with the group to benefit from feedback and diverse perspectives. This learning cycle should reinforce better working practices and help the cohort to develop behaviours which put customers and values at the heart of decision making.