Charities SIG - Crowe and IRM: Perspectives across the sector - the Nursing and Midwifery Council
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The IRM are partnering with Crowe UK to deliver a series of webinars throughout the year covering different case studies and perspectives across the charity/NFP sector.
In the first of the series we will be joined by the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC), who share their experience of their Coronavirus response, including how the introduction of temporary nursing registration supported national emergency effort. Key themes include prioritisation, application of strong governance to support rapid decision making, application of risk tolerance and transparency and accountability.
Join this webinar to find out what the NMC did and how risk management played a vital role in minimising business interruption in core regulatory duties.
As part of the webinar we will also provide examples of wider sector responses and engage in a live Q&A with the audience.
Richard has over 20 years cross sector internal audit and advisory experience and has led global outsourced and co-sourced internal audit services. He has provided training to FTSE 100 and in-house charity teams on a range of Internal Audit subjects and led the start up of integrated Risk and Compliance solutions to a range of organisations.
Within Crowe UK Richard leads a team delivering assurance and advisory services, including internal audit, technology assurance, GDPR and data analytics. He has authored a number of sector pieces, such as sections of the CFG GDPR guidance.
Roberta Beaton is the Head of Corporate Planning, Performance and Risk for the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC). Roberta has worked as NMCs corporate lead for risk management since 2017, working with the Executive Board and Council to embed risk management into planning and decision making. She previously working as the corporate risk lead for a national sight loss charity and is also the chair of the Board of Trustees for a small disability charity.
The NMC are regulator of nurses and midwives in the UK and nursing associates in England, and their role is to promote and maintain the health, safety and wellbeing of the public. They do this by promoting and upholding high professional standards in nursing and midwifery.
In partnership with Crowe UK