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Part I: Courses 2PR511 + 2PR512 + 2PR513

  1. Corporate compliance: introduction to compliance programs, effective implementation of compliance programs; principles and selected requirements of management and control systems in regulated industries.
  2. Codes of ethics: meaning, structure and content. Internal regulations of business corporations.
  3. Compliance program in relation to the law on criminal liability of legal entities. Methodology of the Supreme State Prosecutor’s Office of the Czech Republic on the provisions of Section 8 of the Act on Criminal Liability of Legal Entities.
  4. Competition compliance and prevention of corruption and bribery
  5. Whistleblowing and internal or external investigations. Examples of ethical and legal failures in business (corporate) practice
  6. Risk management standards, including ISO 31000.
  7. Legal perspective on risk culture, risk appetite and risk tolerance.
  8. Legal perspective on risk identification, analysis and assessment.
  9. Legal perspective on risk responses and general risk management.
  10. Organisational risk management, current risk and risk maps and a view to the future.
  11. Introduction to the concept of materiality; double materiality and materiality matrix.
  12. Sustainability: the environmental dimension and its measurement (including performance measurement indicators).
  13. Sustainability: social and governance dimensions and their measurement (including performance measurement indicators).
  14. Taxonomy and its dynamics; the importance of transition.
  15. Corporate sustainability reporting: reporting framework (and comparison with other internationally developed standards) and roadmap.

Part II: Courses 2PR514+2PR515

  1. The concept of corporate governance, its relevance to the organisation and its links to applicable laws and regulations.
  2. Types of governance bodies and their role in an organization.
  3. Interdependencies and separation of duties.
  4. Tools and techniques to enforce corporate governance models. Threats to the effectiveness of corporate governance.
  5. Duty of care and relevant examples from judicial and commercial practice.
  6. The concept of business continuity management and its role in maintaining a company’s operability. Reference to statutory duties.
  7. Assessing business resilience, designing business continuity and defining priorities. Business impact assessment and its reflection in business operations.
  8. Defining parameters for implementing resilience practices and tools in line with business continuity principles.
  9. National critical infrastructure and crisis legislation. Processes and tools for the state to ensure continuity of its critical functions.
  10. Organizational crisis response and emergency preparedness. Prerequisites and challenges of effective crisis management.