Education and Training
Education and training is critical to a successful GRC program. We offer a catalogue of high-quality, audience-appropriate courses and programs to meet the training needs of specific industries and market segments.
Our courses align governance, risk, and compliance concerns with policy, conduct, and regulatory issues as necessary. These courses can be used off-the-shelf or they can be tailored to include specific information regarding your organization.
Courses are delivered via our GRC platform offering robust learning management features including audience-appropriate distribution, automated reminder notifications, and detailed progress and completion reports.
Contact us for a complete list of course available for your industry.
Asset Management Compliance
Global Enterprise Compliance
Wealth Management and Advisory
Complex Products Education
Compliance Associate Professional Development
Fiduciary Awareness and Education
Financial Advisor Professional Development
EDU High-Risk Issues Library
The Library includes courses addressing high-risk issues impacting universities today, such as Sexual Violence Prevention and Diversity and Inclusion, among others.
Title IX Awareness and Education
A comprehensive resource for Universities providing education to meet state and Federal laws addressing non-discrimination, sexual harassment, and other forms of sexual misconduct.
Risk-X Athletics Library
The Library consists of customizable training courses that provide education on topics specific to NCAA athletes, coaches and staff ranging from Mental Health Awareness to Sexual Violence Prevention.
Risk-X Rec and Club Library
Designed to address the needs of multiple audiences in Rec and Club, the Library consists of customizable training courses that provide education on topics ranging from Hazing to Emergency Medical Response.
Get the right course to the right users with simple audience assignments.
Easily Add Your Content
Easily tailor standard CFM courses with your content and links to your policies and procedures.
Standard reports let you know when training programs are complete and to check in on the progress of individual users.