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Training Calendar

Jul
18
Mon
A-14 ISO 27000 & Information Security Risk Management @ Naivasha, Kenya
Jul 18 @ 8:00 am – Jul 21 @ 5:00 pm

A-14    ISO 27000 & Information Security Risk Management

Global reports indicate a rise in computer-related crime, referred to as cybercrime or computer crime. Consequently, organizations lose billions of dollars annually, $1 trillion in 2013. In Kenya, the banking sector is deemed to have lost KES 5 billion in the same period due to the failure of cybersecurity controls.

Experience shows that organizations with proactive information security approaches reduce the chances of loss due to cybercrime. Information security management offers a systematic approach to address cyber-related risks. The ISO27001 offers a reference and guidance to best practices in information security management.

This course draws upon leading practices in information security management both from practical and theoretical approaches as captured in the standard. It will also draw upon instructors’ extensive experience in the field.

A14 – ISO27001 Training – Course Description-p1

Use the enrollment form below:

Agano Consulting (K) Ltd – Training Enrollment Form

 

 

Jul
25
Mon
A-3 Business Continuity Management Training @ Naivasha/Mombasa/Nairobi/Nakuru/Online, Kenya
Jul 25 @ 9:00 am – Jul 28 @ 5:00 pm

Business Continuity Management!

Disasters are unpredictable! They happen!

 Remember DUSIT2, GARISSA UNIVERSITY COLLEGE? How about WESTGATE?

Only organizations that are prepared to face disasters are likely to survive.

 4[1]-Day Business Continuity Planning & Disaster Recovery Training[2]

Business continuity management (BCM) ensures continued business operations in the face of a disaster. It is essential for business survival. Proactively managing risks through business continuity planning (BCP) and disaster recovery planning (DRP), based on time-tested management processes, assure sustainability. BCM ensures that your business will remain in operation in the most challenging times, such as unexpected occurrences. It ensures the protection of your personnel, continued essential business processes, and preservation of your reputation.

This course offers BCM concepts including business continuity, emergency management, crisis management, and business recovery. Participants will learn how to identify and define problems, plan, respond and recover from disasters. Attendees will further learn how to establish BCM systems in organizations based on global standards such as ISO 22301, ISO 31000, and ISO 27001.

Objectives

Expose participants to existing and emerging practices in BCM, specifically:

  • Examine the “why, what, when, how, and who” aspects of BCM
  • Establish the relevance of BCM and BCM practices in an enterprise
  • Develop practical steps towards BCM management systems in your enterprise
  • Demonstrate how to plan, test, and implement business continuity and disaster recovery

[1] Refer to our calendar for scheduled dates; check www.aganoconsulting.com or email: info@aganoconsulting.com

[2] Also available for in-house training; contact us for terms and pricing.

Here is the course outline 

Here is the enrollment form

Participant  feedback

The trainer was articulate and training was relevant to the business.
The training was very effective.
Very good delivery & presentation; very energetic & good knowledge of the subject. Excellent work!
Complementary instructors! Superb for ease of understanding!
Very practical and very relevant examples are given.
Well planned, very interesting and learned a lot.
The training met my expectations.


The presentation and its references were pertinent and useful.
Practical nature of the topics and their relevance to the business
Excellent practical exercise on disaster recovery and crisis communications
The course is important to our company
The training objectives for each topic were identified and followed


Aug
1
Mon
A-15 Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) & ERM Framework @ Jan 24 - Naivasha; March 28 - Nairobi; August 1 - Mombasa; Aug 15 - Online; Oct 15 - Nairobi; Dec. 13 - Nakuru
Aug 1 @ 9:00 am – Aug 4 @ 5:00 pm

Proactive Risk Management is core to organizations’ survival

An Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) approach is the most effective means of risk management

4[1]-Day Introduction Enterprise Risk Management Training[2]

Risk management has emerged as a well-entrenched discipline that should be an important part of every organization. With changing times, however, traditional risk management techniques are not sufficient to comprehensively address organizations’ risks. Organizations need to adopt, define, implement, and maintain an enterprise risk management (ERM) approach that ensures comprehensive risk management across the organization.

ERM is a process by which organizations identify measure, manage, and disclose all key risks to enhance organizations’ value to stakeholders.  ERM pertains to (a) considering risk from all sources (financial, strategic, and operational); (b) measuring the integrated impact of multiple risks occurring simultaneously; (c) aggregating exposures to the enterprise level; and (d) integrating risk information into strategic planning, based on the organization’s risk appetite.

This course draws from leading practices as captured in standards and application to managing risk in enterprises, including the COSO framework, ISO 31000, and ISO 22301, ISO9001:2015 among others.

Objectives

Expose participants to existing and emerging practices in ERM, specifically:

  • Examine the “why, what, when, how, and who” aspects of ERM
  • Establish the relevance of ERM and ERM practices in an enterprise
  • Develop practical steps towards ERM management systems in your enterprise
  • Demonstrate how to plan, develop and implement an Enterprise Risk Management Framework
  • Discuss risk-based approach in ISO9001:2015 and demonstrate tools for QMS automation thereof

[1] Refer to our calendar for scheduled dates; check www.aganoconsulting.com or email: info@aganoconsulting.com

[2] Also available for in-house training; contact us for terms and pricing.

Download full course description:

A-15 Enterprise Risk Management Course – Outline – 2021 –pp1

Complete the following enrollment form and send it to info@aganoconsulting.com

Agano Consulting (K) Ltd – Training Enrollment Form

Aug
8
Mon
A-14 ISO 27000 & Information Security Risk Management @ Naivasha, Kenya
Aug 8 @ 8:00 am – Aug 11 @ 5:00 pm

A-14    ISO 27000 & Information Security Risk Management

Global reports indicate a rise in computer-related crime, referred to as cybercrime or computer crime. Consequently, organizations lose billions of dollars annually, $1 trillion in 2013. In Kenya, the banking sector is deemed to have lost KES 5 billion in the same period due to the failure of cybersecurity controls.

Experience shows that organizations with proactive information security approaches reduce the chances of loss due to cybercrime. Information security management offers a systematic approach to address cyber-related risks. The ISO27001 offers a reference and guidance to best practices in information security management.

This course draws upon leading practices in information security management both from practical and theoretical approaches as captured in the standard. It will also draw upon instructors’ extensive experience in the field.

A14 – ISO27001 Training – Course Description-p1

Use the enrollment form below:

Agano Consulting (K) Ltd – Training Enrollment Form

 

 

Aug
15
Mon
A-15 Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) & ERM Framework @ Jan 24 - Naivasha; March 28 - Nairobi; August 1 - Mombasa; Aug 15 - Online; Oct 15 - Nairobi; Dec. 13 - Nakuru
Aug 15 @ 9:00 am – Aug 18 @ 5:00 pm

Proactive Risk Management is core to organizations’ survival

An Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) approach is the most effective means of risk management

4[1]-Day Introduction Enterprise Risk Management Training[2]

Risk management has emerged as a well-entrenched discipline that should be an important part of every organization. With changing times, however, traditional risk management techniques are not sufficient to comprehensively address organizations’ risks. Organizations need to adopt, define, implement, and maintain an enterprise risk management (ERM) approach that ensures comprehensive risk management across the organization.

ERM is a process by which organizations identify measure, manage, and disclose all key risks to enhance organizations’ value to stakeholders.  ERM pertains to (a) considering risk from all sources (financial, strategic, and operational); (b) measuring the integrated impact of multiple risks occurring simultaneously; (c) aggregating exposures to the enterprise level; and (d) integrating risk information into strategic planning, based on the organization’s risk appetite.

This course draws from leading practices as captured in standards and application to managing risk in enterprises, including the COSO framework, ISO 31000, and ISO 22301, ISO9001:2015 among others.

Objectives

Expose participants to existing and emerging practices in ERM, specifically:

  • Examine the “why, what, when, how, and who” aspects of ERM
  • Establish the relevance of ERM and ERM practices in an enterprise
  • Develop practical steps towards ERM management systems in your enterprise
  • Demonstrate how to plan, develop and implement an Enterprise Risk Management Framework
  • Discuss risk-based approach in ISO9001:2015 and demonstrate tools for QMS automation thereof

[1] Refer to our calendar for scheduled dates; check www.aganoconsulting.com or email: info@aganoconsulting.com

[2] Also available for in-house training; contact us for terms and pricing.

Download full course description:

A-15 Enterprise Risk Management Course – Outline – 2021 –pp1

Complete the following enrollment form and send it to info@aganoconsulting.com

Agano Consulting (K) Ltd – Training Enrollment Form

Aug
22
Mon
A-2 Information (Cyber) Security for Auditors @ Feb 7 - Nairobi; June 13 - Mombasa; Aug 15 - Naivasha; Oct 3 - Naivasha
Aug 22 @ 8:00 am – Aug 26 @ 3:10 pm

Information Technology (IT) is an integral component of modern enterprises. To be effective, auditors need substantial knowledge of technology systems, technology operations, and related risks. This is essential to enable the auditor to make effective assessments of the said risks and necessary controls to help mitigate the risks. Information  (cyber) security is a major risk to information to information and technology systems. It is essential for auditors to understand information security issues, the risks thereof, and means of protecting the information.

This course introduces information security concepts and how they relate to audits. Participants will learn information security terminology; principles of information protection, risks associated with information on ICT systems, and mitigation controls. This is in addition to learning to perform information security-related audits

A-2 – Information Security for Auditors – Course Outline – BW -1 – 2021-p1

Download and complete the enrollment form below and send it to info@aganoconsulting.com and copy it to training@aganoconsulting.com.

Agano Consulting (K) Ltd – Training Enrollment Form

Sep
19
Mon
A-14 ISO 27000 & Information Security Risk Management @ Naivasha, Kenya
Sep 19 @ 8:00 am – Sep 22 @ 5:00 pm

A-14    ISO 27000 & Information Security Risk Management

Global reports indicate a rise in computer-related crime, referred to as cybercrime or computer crime. Consequently, organizations lose billions of dollars annually, $1 trillion in 2013. In Kenya, the banking sector is deemed to have lost KES 5 billion in the same period due to the failure of cybersecurity controls.

Experience shows that organizations with proactive information security approaches reduce the chances of loss due to cybercrime. Information security management offers a systematic approach to address cyber-related risks. The ISO27001 offers a reference and guidance to best practices in information security management.

This course draws upon leading practices in information security management both from practical and theoretical approaches as captured in the standard. It will also draw upon instructors’ extensive experience in the field.

A14 – ISO27001 Training – Course Description-p1

Use the enrollment form below:

Agano Consulting (K) Ltd – Training Enrollment Form

 

 

Oct
3
Mon
A-2 Information (Cyber) Security for Auditors @ Feb 7 - Nairobi; June 13 - Mombasa; Aug 15 - Naivasha; Oct 3 - Naivasha
Oct 3 @ 8:00 am – Oct 7 @ 3:10 pm

Information Technology (IT) is an integral component of modern enterprises. To be effective, auditors need substantial knowledge of technology systems, technology operations, and related risks. This is essential to enable the auditor to make effective assessments of the said risks and necessary controls to help mitigate the risks. Information  (cyber) security is a major risk to information to information and technology systems. It is essential for auditors to understand information security issues, the risks thereof, and means of protecting the information.

This course introduces information security concepts and how they relate to audits. Participants will learn information security terminology; principles of information protection, risks associated with information on ICT systems, and mitigation controls. This is in addition to learning to perform information security-related audits

A-2 – Information Security for Auditors – Course Outline – BW -1 – 2021-p1

Download and complete the enrollment form below and send it to info@aganoconsulting.com and copy it to training@aganoconsulting.com.

Agano Consulting (K) Ltd – Training Enrollment Form

Oct
10
Mon
A-15 Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) & ERM Framework @ Jan 24 - Naivasha; March 28 - Nairobi; August 1 - Mombasa; Aug 15 - Online; Oct 15 - Nairobi; Dec. 13 - Nakuru
Oct 10 @ 9:00 am – Oct 13 @ 5:00 pm

Proactive Risk Management is core to organizations’ survival

An Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) approach is the most effective means of risk management

4[1]-Day Introduction Enterprise Risk Management Training[2]

Risk management has emerged as a well-entrenched discipline that should be an important part of every organization. With changing times, however, traditional risk management techniques are not sufficient to comprehensively address organizations’ risks. Organizations need to adopt, define, implement, and maintain an enterprise risk management (ERM) approach that ensures comprehensive risk management across the organization.

ERM is a process by which organizations identify measure, manage, and disclose all key risks to enhance organizations’ value to stakeholders.  ERM pertains to (a) considering risk from all sources (financial, strategic, and operational); (b) measuring the integrated impact of multiple risks occurring simultaneously; (c) aggregating exposures to the enterprise level; and (d) integrating risk information into strategic planning, based on the organization’s risk appetite.

This course draws from leading practices as captured in standards and application to managing risk in enterprises, including the COSO framework, ISO 31000, and ISO 22301, ISO9001:2015 among others.

Objectives

Expose participants to existing and emerging practices in ERM, specifically:

  • Examine the “why, what, when, how, and who” aspects of ERM
  • Establish the relevance of ERM and ERM practices in an enterprise
  • Develop practical steps towards ERM management systems in your enterprise
  • Demonstrate how to plan, develop and implement an Enterprise Risk Management Framework
  • Discuss risk-based approach in ISO9001:2015 and demonstrate tools for QMS automation thereof

[1] Refer to our calendar for scheduled dates; check www.aganoconsulting.com or email: info@aganoconsulting.com

[2] Also available for in-house training; contact us for terms and pricing.

Download full course description:

A-15 Enterprise Risk Management Course – Outline – 2021 –pp1

Complete the following enrollment form and send it to info@aganoconsulting.com

Agano Consulting (K) Ltd – Training Enrollment Form

Oct
24
Mon
A-3 Business Continuity Management Training @ Naivasha/Mombasa/Nairobi/Nakuru/Online, Kenya
Oct 24 @ 9:00 am – Oct 27 @ 5:00 pm

Business Continuity Management!

Disasters are unpredictable! They happen!

 Remember DUSIT2, GARISSA UNIVERSITY COLLEGE? How about WESTGATE?

Only organizations that are prepared to face disasters are likely to survive.

 4[1]-Day Business Continuity Planning & Disaster Recovery Training[2]

Business continuity management (BCM) ensures continued business operations in the face of a disaster. It is essential for business survival. Proactively managing risks through business continuity planning (BCP) and disaster recovery planning (DRP), based on time-tested management processes, assure sustainability. BCM ensures that your business will remain in operation in the most challenging times, such as unexpected occurrences. It ensures the protection of your personnel, continued essential business processes, and preservation of your reputation.

This course offers BCM concepts including business continuity, emergency management, crisis management, and business recovery. Participants will learn how to identify and define problems, plan, respond and recover from disasters. Attendees will further learn how to establish BCM systems in organizations based on global standards such as ISO 22301, ISO 31000, and ISO 27001.

Objectives

Expose participants to existing and emerging practices in BCM, specifically:

  • Examine the “why, what, when, how, and who” aspects of BCM
  • Establish the relevance of BCM and BCM practices in an enterprise
  • Develop practical steps towards BCM management systems in your enterprise
  • Demonstrate how to plan, test, and implement business continuity and disaster recovery

[1] Refer to our calendar for scheduled dates; check www.aganoconsulting.com or email: info@aganoconsulting.com

[2] Also available for in-house training; contact us for terms and pricing.

Here is the course outline 

Here is the enrollment form

Participant  feedback

The trainer was articulate and training was relevant to the business.
The training was very effective.
Very good delivery & presentation; very energetic & good knowledge of the subject. Excellent work!
Complementary instructors! Superb for ease of understanding!
Very practical and very relevant examples are given.
Well planned, very interesting and learned a lot.
The training met my expectations.


The presentation and its references were pertinent and useful.
Practical nature of the topics and their relevance to the business
Excellent practical exercise on disaster recovery and crisis communications
The course is important to our company
The training objectives for each topic were identified and followed