Introduction to risk management and control

Training In person 06/11/2024 7 CPE-points
Introduction to risk management and control
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6 November 2024 - 09:00

6 November 2024 - 17:00

IIA Belgium



7 CPE-points


You are joining an internal control and risk management department. This 100% face-to-face training course will enable you to acquire the essential knowledge base for a global and dynamic vision of the approach, and to define the structuring documents. The concepts presented are a prerequisite for access to the other training courses.

LEVEL: beginner

Target Audience

Internal controllers, internal control coordinators, internal control correspondents, operational staff, managers, risk management players

Course Objective

  • Understand the objectives, role and scope of internal control in controlling an organization's activities. 
  • Know the key internal control models (COSO, AMF standards, COSO ERM risk management, ISO 9000). 
  • Identify the role and interactions between the major players in risk management.
  • Familiarize yourself with the structuring documents of internal control.

Course Content

  • Internal control: objectives and definitions: 
    • COSO modeling, the three lines of control. 
  • Risk management: 
    • COSO ERM (Enterprise Risk Management), COSO Fraud, risk management in ISO 9001. 
  • Contributors to activity control: 
    • Internal audit, external audit, risk management, quality, inspection, compliance, the internal control function, insurance.
  • The positioning of the internal control function and the roles of internal controllers: 
    • The organization of internal control (levels one and two), the complementarity of the two levels, the risk management system, the internal control charter. 
  • Key internal control documents: 
    • Internal control procedures, risk-control matrix, risk mapping, control plan, control sheet, risk sheet. 
  • Internal control glossary: 
    • Key internal control terms, COSO glossary 2013.





Dirk Debruyne
Dirk Debruyne

Seasoned C-Level Executive passionate in developing audit functions in global
industrial environments.

Dirk Debruyne is an experienced Chief Audit Executive with almost 30 years’
experience in Internal and external Audit. He started his audit career at Ernst &
Young (EY) in Belgium and was the audit manager for large multinational
Dirk started his journey in Internal Audit with Ingersoll Rand – a US listed global
diversified industrial (well known for products like Bobcat, Thermo King, Club Car
and Trane air-conditioning). He developed the internal audit function in Europe
and expanded his geographical reach by having audit responsibilities for all audit
assignments for Ingersoll rand outside the US with teams based in Brussels,
Bangalore and Shanghai.
After 12 years with Ingersoll Rand, he joined Aliaxis, a Belgian family-owned
global industrial group to be the Group Vice President Audit reporting to the CFO
of the Group and the Audit Committee. At Aliaxis he had final responsibility on
all audit engagements (internal control reviews, IT audits, investigations, …) and
managed the ethics program for the group. He was also the Group Internal Audit
Director for Beaulieu International in 2021.
Dirk has a master’s degree in accountancy, in computer auditing and an MBA and
is CISA certified.

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