South West | Operational Resilience: Options and opportunities
19 November | 09:30 - 13:10 | Online
This event will be delivered online. Registered delegates will receive a reminder 10 working days before the event and joining instructions two days prior to the event. Please note, once registered a booking confirmation will not be received.
The event recording, if available, will be ready to view on our website, within five working days post-event. CPE certificates will be sent to all delegates who attended, within 10 working days post-event.
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What did we learn from Covid19 and where do we go from here? A reflection on responses to the pandemic, lessons learnt and opportunities taken.
COVID19 changed the world overnight and to survive, businesses had to change at the same speed. This event will look back at lessons learned from the pandemic response, the innovation that took place in business and in Internal Audit teams, together with the opportunities for the future.
- Darren Cooper - Deputy Chair, Chartered IIA South West Committee and Audit Manager, Nationwide
- Steve Evenden - Chief Internal Auditor, Nationwide Building Society
- Mark Gillan - Chief Technology Officer, Innovate UK
- Hanif Barma - The Risk Coalition
- Mark Westerbrook and Sarah Black, Deloitte
CPE core competencies
- Technical skills: Business acumen
3 CPE points
|09:30 - 09:40||
Welcome and introductions
|09:40 - 10:25||
Covid-19 | Internal audit's response in a crisis: What we did and what has changed
|10:30 - 11:15||
Project Pitlane: Formula 1 teams working collectively to meet the ventilator crisis
11:15 - 11:30
|11:30 - 12:15||
Improving risk governance and oversight: internal audit's role
12:20 - 13:00
The changing cyber risk landscape in the Covid world
|13:00 - 13:10||
Members - £29.00
Non members - £39.00
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This event has been organised by the South West committee.