At Risk Evolves, we believe an informed workforce is fundamental to implementing effective systems and processes and can be your biggest ally against risk.
People are one of the key assets of an organisation.
Our experience has proven that when staff are knowledgeable and involved, risk is greatly reduced. Investment in their training is a key element of a sound risk-prevention strategy.
The No Jargon Team are Back !
The award winning No Jargon team are back together and offering a unique chance for you to ask questions about anything that is on your mind in these trying times. The team comprises:
Russell Howarth – Zenzero– All things technical such as what do I need to work from home? Teams, VPN, remote desktops and avoiding the pitfalls.
Elinor Perry-Hall – Pentlands Accountants and advisorsAccounting issues. The government is due to make an announcement on Monday so speak to Elinor about the financial options.
Tracey Hudson – The HR Dept– What are my options regarding staff? Layoffs, short time, working from home?
Helen Barge – Risk Evolves– Practical risk management advice on how to avoid problems e.g. Data privacy and information security and to how to look for new opportunities.
We are going to run a series of question and answer sessions using Microsoft Teams. We plan to run these on Mondays Wednesday and Fridays
The first session is on Monday 23rdMarch 2020 at 12:00 until 13:00. We plan to answer your questions, whatever they are, and to point you in the right direction. The session will be question driven and just in case you can’t make it, we plan to record them so if you get interrupted, miss a key point or miss a session you can catch up in your own time.
Join us as the No Jargon team hit the internet for the first time. We have a reputation for plain speaking, good solid advice, with no fluff or nonsense. You bring the tea and biscuits, and we’ll provide the answers to some of the challenges that we’re all facing in these uncertain times.
You can join us on Monday by either clicking on the link below. If you are not near a computer dial the number and pin below and you can listen in.
If you want to get in touch before or after the session:
Elinor Perry-Hall Elinor@pentlands.ltd.uk
Helen Barge Helen_barge@riskevolves.com
Russell Howarth Russell.firstname.lastname@example.org
Tracey Hudson email@example.com
+44 20 3787 4260 United Kingdom, London (Toll)
Conference ID:840 218 305#
What made you attend the decision to attend our GDPR Bootcamp? - A combination of ignorance and panic!
Very good materials will save me a huge amount of time in implementation.
The course clarified what we do and don’t need to do, so reducing panic
Definitely worthwhile and very entertaining at times.
Planned Courses available throughout 2020
GDPR - The role of Trustees and Directors
By the end of this workshop you will be able to:
- Understand the core principles of the GDPR and UK Data Protection Act 2018
- Recognise who is accountable for compliance with the regulation in your organisation
- Appreciate the recent cases that the ICO and the Police have prosecuted
- Understand the cyber threat to your organisation from a local, national and international perspective.
- Describe the 12 steps that you need to take to ensure that you are compliant with the regulations
- Sign post to organisations that are available to support you in achieving this.
Keeping you cyber safe
By the end of this workshop you will be able to:
- Translate some of the jargon eg. Spam, phishing, ransomware,
- Understand the consequences of your IT related actions;
- Apply IT Security principles to both domestic and commercial use;
- Understand the potential consequences of sharing information on social media platforms;
- Offers best practice advice and guidance throughout the training
GDPR - What to do in a crisis
What this course covers:
- What is a data breach and how does this happen?
- The cyber landscape and common threats
- What are the legislative reporting requirements
- Simulation of breach incidents and what happens and assessing what you need to do?
- How to structure a data breach plan
GDPR - What happens next?
By the end of this workshop you will be able to:
- Understand the key aspects of the GDPR and the UK Data Protection Act 2018
- Assess the impact on you and your company if you are not meeting the regulation?
- Identify ways you can keep the costs of compliance low and balance this with why GDPR compliance is crucial to your business
- Adopt a stress-free approach to the management of subject access requests, right to be forgotten etc.
- Explain what opportunities are that the GDPR presents for your business and how can you maximise them without being buried in paperwork?
Avoiding Data Privacy Nightmares
Tuesday, 19th May 2020 Rugby
Following the highly successful GDPR Bootcamps, The HR Dept and Risk Evolves have come together, once again, to help Business Owners, Directors and HR Managers.
Topics covered in this free course include:
- What are your employees’ rights?
- How to deal with subject access requests.
- Handling requests for references.
- Legislation relating to the use of videos, photographs and CCTV.
- How long should you retain data?
- What should you do if you lose data?
‘It Won’t Happen To Me!’ Crime Prevention Workshop for Warwickshire SMEs
Tuesday, 21 April 2020 - North Warwickshire
Warwickshire County Council Community Safety Team, Warwickshire Police and the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Warwickshire are working in partnership to deliver support for businesses in Warwickshire.
As part of this, we are running a crime prevention workshop, to provide information and advice to Warwickshire’s SMEs.
From this, we hope to:
- Improve our engagements with the business community
- Raise awareness of the latest crime trends, and enable businesses to protect themselves from crime, and its many impacts.
- Enable businesses to target resources more efficiently, through effective intelligence and information exchange, ensuring a safe environment to live and work.
- Share best practice and support all businesses throughout Warwickshire.
Trainer: Steve Fowler
Price: From £295 + VAT
30 June 2020
21 July 2020
24 September 2020
26 November 2020
The 28th April event has been cancelled.
Everyone is responsible for managing risks, and IIRSM's risk management course provides a fundamental understanding of the principles, benefits and practical tools that can be immediately applied back in the workplace to help manage your risks and realise your opportunities.
Benefits of attending:
- Great networking and professional discussion.
- Learn from other organisations, roles and sectors.
- Informative with real examples to aid understanding.
- Practical tools and ideas to immediately apply back at the workplace.
- Free templates to take away with you.
- Increased personal value and resilience.
- For non-members, discounted membership of IIRSM.
We deliver open courses, workshops and bespoke training. Our in-depth specialist training topics include the following:
Risk Management Training
Every organisation should understand how to manage risk but how where should an organisation start?
Are you confused by the requirements of ISO9001, ISO45001, ISO27001 etc? Unclear of the benefits of risk management?
Our courses will explain how you identify the risks within your organisation, what you can do about them and how to involve other individuals in your organisation.
Cyber Security Training
Cyber security is constantly in the headlines and whilst it may seem that only larger organisations are victims, the reality is that cyber criminals are targeting smaller organisations and those in the supply chain.
We will explain, without technical jargon, what every organisation should be doing to reduce the risk and explaining the key role that staff can play in protecting your organisation.
Supply Chain Assurance Training
No organisation, regardless of their size, operates as an island. We all, including us here at Risk Evolves, are dependent on suppliers to enable us to deliver services to our clients. But how do we know that our suppliers are capable of delivering the services to us? What happens if something goes wrong in their business? Will it impact us?
These courses will show you how you can validate that your suppliers are as good as you at what they do. The course will also provide overviews of what you may expect from your clients as they work to understand the risk in their supply chain, and how you can respond.
Introduced in May 2018, this major piece of regulation saw the biggest change in data privacy in a generation. But how do you know if you’ve done enough to comply? What’s happened since May and what does the future hold?
As part of our GDPR training courses we explain how to comply, what to do if you have a breach, and how you can use the GDPR as a benefit in your organisation. If you’re a Director or Trustee, then you will be accountable for data protection, but what does this mean and what do you need to do? Our courses will take you step by step through each of these areas.
Process Improvement Training
Every organisation – whether they recognise them or not, will have processes in place. There will be a method of doing regular tasks. But how often have you stepped back and challenged whether there is a better, faster, more cost-effective way of doing things? And if you are being asked to implement any of the main ISO standards, processes are a key factor of these.
If you’re not sure where to start, or want to know more about how to demonstrate ‘continuous improvement’, then these courses will show you how to identify and implement change.
Whilst this may be traditionally associated with larger organisations, good governance is simply having clarity on what you are trying to achieve, so that you can communicate that to your staff, your customers, your suppliers and the local community, and so that you comply with the rules and regulations that affect your organisation.
In this course we will help you to understand the benefits of good governance, how it can support future investment, and why it should be a ‘must have’ if you are thinking of buying or selling a business. We’ll provide you with a framework to implement within your business that can act as an ‘early warning’ system if things look like they may be about to go wrong.