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C1521 GB Introduction to Cybersecurity Blended-learning (Luxembourg) Fr

C1521 - Introduction to Cybersecurity

Public cible

Anyone wishing to learn about the world of Internet security and who want to be literate in the field. Or for any professional responsible for security and privacy of company or customer systems.

Objectifs
  • Learn what cybersecurity is and its potential impact to you
  • Understand the most common threats, attacks and vulnerabilities.
  • Learn how to protect your personal data and privacy online and in social media, and why more and more IT jobs require cybersecurity awareness and understanding.
  • Learn what cybersecurity is and what it means for you personally and professionally.
  • Learn how to be safe online by understanding the most common threats, attacks and vulnerabilities.
  • Find out how businesses protect their operations from cyber-attacks
Prérequis

None.

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C1521 GB 18:00 - 20:00 16 oct. 2020 Blended-learning (Luxembourg) 70 € Detail aut. 2020
C2020 GB Financial mathematics on Excel

C2020 - Financial mathematics on Excel

Public cible

Anyone wishing to be initiated on solving financial problems.

Objectifs
  • Understand Algebra basis functions for Financial Mathematics : power, logarithm, time series, functions, etc.
  • Understand how to write a mathematical formula, build a table with values, round numbers and plot a function with Excel.
  • Understand how to apply simple and compounded interest rates as well as discount factor rates.
  • Understand the difference between the equivalent interest rate and the proportional ones with respect to the duration.
  • Understand how to compute the  yearly and monthly amount of a household credit and/or mortgage, the net present value and the internal rate of return concepts.
  • Understand how to apply main financial function of Excel.
  • Understand how to use Excel to solve financial problems.
Prérequis

Successful completion of the module «MS-Excel essentials» (C1320) or proof of equivalent certified knowledge.

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C4005 GB Introduction to marketing

C4005 - Introduction to marketing

Public cible

Anyone wishing to better understand marketing and to learn to leverage the available tools.

Objectifs
  • Define the marketing operations within one's company.
  • Understand the operational marketing vs the strategic marketing.
  • Understand the methods and tools for marketing research.
  • Define the marketing plan.
  • Understand consumers' behaviour.
  • Understand and manage the marketing mix (4 Ps).
Prérequis

None.

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C5050 GB Communicate with diplomacy, tact and credibility

C5050 - Communicate with diplomacy, tact and credibility

Public cible

Business professionals wishing to act and to communicate in a positive and professional manner in every situation.

Objectifs
  • Choose and use the most appropriate words and emotional tone for every business interaction.
  • Gain insight into your communication style and the styles of others.
  • Build skills to clearly and effectively receive and transmit information, ideas, thoughts, feelings and needs.
  • Exercising conversational sensitivity, empathy, and perspective-taking.
  • Protecting identity and self-concept of others in interaction.
  • Developing accuracy in understanding nonverbal behavior.
  • Managing self-disclosure and privacy appropriately.
Prérequis

None

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C7001 GB Warehouse management

C7001 - Warehouse management

Public cible

Anyone preparing to take up a position as stock manager, order pickers or wishing to enter a goods reception service or a quality insurance service.

Objectifs

 

  • Define the concept of stock and storage.
  • Know the characteristics of a warehouse and the layout and the organization specificities: the various spaces, activities, the issues faced by each warehouse sections, etc.
  • Understand the actions carried out in warehouses areas and challenges of coordination between employees, be aware of the positive impact of a good.
  • Understand the main tools and methods used in inventory management.
  • Understand the common criteria and indicators to optimize supply planning and reduce storage costs
  • Know the products specificities and handle products with regards of their specificities and the constraints.
  • Get to know the regulatory constraints, and implement them accurately.
  • Use the English and French specific vocabulary.
Prérequis

Successful completion of the module « Overview on the logistics sector » (C7000E) or proof of equivalent certified knowledge.

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CI1501 GB CCNA 7 - Switching, Routing, and Wireless Essentials Course Resources

CI1501 - CCNA 7 - Switching, Routing, and Wireless Essentials Course Resources

Public cible

Anyone wishing to learn how to configure and troubleshoot routers and switches for advanced functionality using security best practices and resolve common issues with protocols in both IPv4 and IPv6 networks.

Objectifs
  • Configure VLANs and Inter-VLAN routing applying security best practices and troubleshoot inter-VLAN routing on Layer 3 devices.
  • Configure redundancy on a switched network using STP and EtherChannel.
  • Troubleshoot EtherChannel on switched networks.
  • Explain how to support available and reliable networks using dynamic addressing and first-hop redundancy protocols.
  • Configure dynamic address allocation in IPv6 networks.
  • Configure WLANs using a WLC and L2 security best practices.
  • Configure switch security to mitigate LAN attacks.
  • Configure IPv4 and IPv6 staic routing on routers.
Prérequis

Successful completion of the module «  CCNA 7 - introduction to Networks Course Resources » (CI1500E) or proof of equivalent certified knowledge.

Notes

Monday evenings from 18:00 - 20:00 (Theory) and Thursday evenings 18:00 - 21:00 (Labs) No reduced price for unemployment possible.

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CI1502 GB CCNA 7 -  Enterprise Networking, Security and Automation Course Resources

CI1502 - CCNA 7 -  Enterprise Networking, Security and Automation Course Resources

Public cible

Anyone wishing to learn how to configure, troubleshoot, and secure enterprise network devices and understand how application programming interfaces (API) and configuration management tools enable network automation.

Objectifs
  • Configure single-area OSPFv2 in both point-to-point and multiaccess networks.
  • Explain how to mitigate threats and enhance network security using access control lists and security best practices.
  • Implement standard IPv4 ACLs to filter traffic and secure adminstrative access.
  • Configure NAT services on the edge router to provide IPv4 address scalability.
  • Explain techniques to provide address scalability and secure remote access for WANs.
  • Explain how to optimize, monitor and troubleshoot scalable network architectures.
  • Explain how networking devices implement QoS and implement protocols to manage the network.
  • Explain how technologies such as virtualization, software defined networking and automation affect evolving networks.
Prérequis

Succesfull completion of the module "CCNA 7: Switching, Routing, and Wireless Essentials Course Resources (CI1501) " or proof of equivalent certified knowledge.

Notes

Monday evenings from 18:00 - 21:00 (Theory) and Tuesday evenings 18:00 - 21:00 (Labs No reduced price for unemployment possible.

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CI1511 GB CCNP 8 - Enterprise: Advanced Routing

CI1511 - CCNP 8 - Enterprise: Advanced Routing

Public cible

Anyone wishing to have an in-depth knowledge to support the implementation and troubleshooting of advanced routing technologies and services including layer 3 VPN services, infrastructure security and infrastructure services used in enterprise networks.

Objectifs
  • Implement DHCP to operate acrooss multiple LANs and EIGRP for IPv4 in a small to medium-sized business network.
  • Explain how advanced EIGRP features afect network performance.Troubleshoot common EIGRP configuration issues and EIGRPv6 issues.
  • Explain how OSPF operates. Implement multiarea OSPF for IPv4 to enable internetwork communications.
  • Troubleshoot connectivity issues in OSPFv2 and implement multiarea OSPFv3. Troubleshoot issues with OSPFv3 implementation.
  • Configure GBP with advanced features and explain the processes used by BGP for path selection and troubleshoot BGP issues.
  • Troubleshoot Route Maps and conditional forwarding issues, configure route redistribution between routing protocols, troubleshoot IPv4 and IPv6 route redistribution.
  • Explain the impact of VFR and MPLS on trouting decisions, implement DMVPN tunnels, configure IPsec DMVPN with Pre-Shared Authentication.
  • Toubleshoot ACLs and Prefix Lists, troubleshoot security threats to a network, troubleshoot Device Management and Management Tools.
Notes

Tuesday evenings from 18:00 - 20:00 (Theory) and Saturday mornings from 9:00 - 13:00 (Labs). No reduced price for unemployment possible.

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Seminars :

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S1009 GB Financial derivative instruments

S1009 - Financial derivative instruments

Durée

2 jours

Public cible

This program is dedicated to professionals of the financial markets : traders, back/middle office, risk managers, accountants, compliance officers, etc.

Objectifs
This program aims to present the features and uses of financial derivatives in a clear, practical way, with numerous real market examples and exercises. The risks associated to the use of derivatives are also analyzed.
Description

  • General :
    • derivative (forward) instruments ;
    • the interests yield curve ;
    • OTC vs exchange products.
  • Forward interest rates :
    • concept, valuation ;
    • forward foreign exchange ;
    • FRAs.
  • Futures contracts :
    • the futures exchange, margining system ;
    • theoretical vs market price ;
    • futures on stock indexes : speculative trading / hedging ;
    • futures on bonds ;
    • futures on commodities.
  • Swaps contracts :
    • IRS, CRS, terminology, contracts features ;
    • Swaps valuation ;
    • the ISDA documentation ;
    • unwinding of a swap ;
    • the swap rates market & yield curve ;
    • speculative trading with swaps ;
    • hedging with swaps.
  • Options contracts :
    • definitions & terminology ;
    • the basis of option valuation ;
    • the 4 fundamental strategies ;
    • options on stocks & stock indexes : speculative trading and hedging operations ;
    • options on interest rates (caps, floors, collars) ;
    • swaptions.
  • Credit risk derivatives :
    • notions of credit risk ;
    • contractual aspects ;
    • credit risk valuation ;
    • CDS (credit default swap) / TRS (total return swap).

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S1050 GB Hedge Funds

S1050 - Hedge Funds

Durée

2 jours

Public cible

This program is dedicated to professionals of the financial markets : traders, back/middle office, risk managers, accountants, compliance officers, etc.

Objectifs
This program aims to present the features of hedge funds activities, and more generally, of alternative invesment : rationale, underlyings and asset classes, investment styles and related risks including many real market examples and exercises.
Description

  • Alternative vs traditional investment.
  • Hedge funds, as an alternative investment vehicle; main features.
  • The theoritical background; alpha vs beta source of profit.
  • Hedge funds assets allocations.
  • Hedge funds use of financial instruments & derivatives.
  • Hedge funds styles.
  • Hedge funds performance & risks.
  • Funds of hedge funds.

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S1069 GB Investment funds in Luxembourg

S1069 - Investment funds in Luxembourg

Durée

2 jours

Public cible

This seminar is for people who want to understand investment funds and their importance for Luxembourg.

Objectifs
This seminar aims to provide the basis for understanding the mechanisms of operation investment funds, as well as the importance of this industry for the Luxembourg financial center. It also gives elements of understanding on management and distribution of investment funds.
Description

  • Investment funds :
    • funds characteristics ;
    • different types of funds ;
    • interest of investment funds.
  • Investment funds administration :
    • fund accounting ;
    • net asset value computation ;
    • register of shareholders.
  • Fund management :
    • portfolio management ;
    • respect of the objectives ;
    • performance and risk.
  • Investment funds distribution :
    • distributors ;
    • prospectus ;
    • KIID.
  • The place of Luxembourg :
    • importance of investment funds ;
    • place financière, a brief history ;
    • Outlook.

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S1185 GB Selling financial services

S1185 - Selling financial services

Durée

Public cible

This seminar is aimed at any member of staff in contact with customers and selling financial product and services.

Objectifs
This seminar aims to allow you to sell faster and better thanks to a systematic approach and a proven product description. Case studies can be defined by the participants if they so wish. In any event they are geared towards the reality of the financial centre and the economic environment.
Description

  • Marketing :
    • what is a brand ?
    • the marketing approach ;
    • the basic principles of marketing ;
    • customer profiling ;
    • competition.
  • Financial products in the economic environment :
    • a mental framework for economics ;
    • the interest rates ;
    • the intervention of the central bank ;
    • the research of a balance between various policies.
  • The selling technique :
    • selling in four phases ;
    • harmony within a transaction framework ;
    • the delicate situations ;
    • the follow-up ;
    • selling through various communication channels.
  • Exercise typology :
    • the sale of asset products ;
    • the sale of liabilities products ;
    • the sale of off-balance sheet products ;
  • The basic principles of asset allocation.

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S1192 GB Advanced Lux GAAP - mastering the fundamentals 9th and 16th December 2020,

S1192 - Advanced Lux GAAP - mastering the fundamentals

Durée

Public cible

This seminar is aimed at all professionals looking for a training that provides a working knowledge on accounting and F/S under Lux GAAP.

Objectifs
This seminar aims to give a comprehensive review of Lux GAAP, based on a detailed analysis of its local sources. The purpose is to deal more efficiently with a principles-based set of accounting rules where a detailed guidance is not easily accessible (legal commentaries being in French only) and its lacking for certain items.
Description

  • The real meaning of "Lux GAAP".
  • The legal framework, i.e. accessing and understanding :
    • the commercial law ("Code de Commerce") ;
    • the company law
    • the current amended version of the applicable laws and grand-ducal regulations on the annual accounts and on the consolidated annual accounts;
    • the regulations on the Standard Chart of Accounts ("Plan comptable normalisé") and on the electronic filing of the annual accounts.
  • Comprehensive study of the classic Lux GAAP (with illustrative examples) :
    • the balance sheet and its components ;
    • the profit and loss account and its components ;
    • the other statements (legal options).
  • The alternative use of the IFRS or of the "Lux GAAP at fair value"(legal options). 
  • The use of other GAAP in Luxembourg (legal departure).

Notes

A course session is available in French (with the same course material in English).

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S1204 GB Advanced Lux GAAP - complex accounting treatments and financial reporting disclosures

S1204 - Advanced Lux GAAP - complex accounting treatments and financial reporting disclosures

Durée

Public cible

This seminar is aimed at professionals having an understanding of Lux GAAP (see training S1192) and willing to develop their knowledge.

Objectifs
This seminar aims to provide workable solutions derived from the local accounting practice (including the "plan comptable normalisé" or PCN) or from other GAAP (insofar the latter can be adapted to the Luxembourg GAAP). It includes exercices or illustrative materials on the accounting treatment and on the annual accounts' disclosure.
Description

  • Analysis of selected balance-sheet items :
    • rights in immovable property (the "droits réels immobiliers") ;
    • finance lease ;
    • specific value adjustments on shares ;
    • specific value adjustments on other securities ;
    • optional use of fair-value of non-financial assets ;
    • optional use of fair-value of financial assets ;
    • provision for pension ;
    • specific value adjustments on financial liabilities.
  • Analysis of selected profit and loss account items :
    • specific issues with revenue recognition ;
    • financial income and expenses;
    • foreign currencies' translation versus similar transactions ;
    • deferred taxes.

Notes

A course session is available in French (with the same course material in English).

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S1215 GB Essentials of financial derivative instruments

S1215 - Essentials of financial derivative instruments

Durée

Public cible

This program is dedicated to professionals of the financial markets : traders, back/middle office, risk managers, accountants, compliance officers, etc.

Objectifs
This program aims to present the features, risks and uses of financial derivatives for non practitioners, in a clear, practical way with numerous real market examples.
Description

  • General about derivatives instruments and markets :
    • OTC market vs exchanges. 
  • Introducing forward products : 
    • futures and forwards on stock indexes ;
    • IRS swaps ;
    • options on stocks and stock indexes ;
    • bonds & interest rates ;
    • currencies ;
  • Commodities :
    • principle & main uses (hedging , speculative trading).
  • Credit derivatives :
    • the default risk concept and measure ;
    • contractual aspects (ISDA).
  • Products :
    • CDS, TRS.

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S1223 GB Pricing, valuation of derivative products

S1223 - Pricing, valuation of derivative products

Durée

Public cible

This program is dedicated to professionals of the financial markets : traders, back/middle office and risk managers.

Objectifs
This program aims evidencing in a clear way, without focusing on pure mathematical developments, the fundamentals of derivatives prices, hypotheses and limits of usual methodologies, with real market examples.
Description

  • Fundamental principles and tools for valuing derivative products :
    • the major role of the yield curve and corresponding forward prices.
  • Pricing/valuation of unconditional derivatives (forwards , futures , swaps) :
    • on stocks and stock indexes ;
    • bonds & interest rates ;
    • currencies ;
    • commodities.
  • Pricing/valuation of conditional derivatives (options) :
    • in a contingent environment ("random walk" , volatility) ;
    • on stocks and stock indexes ;
    • bonds & interest rates ;
    • currencies.
  • Pricing/valuation of credit derivatives.

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S1225 GB Business plan and budgets

S1225 - Business plan and budgets

Durée

Public cible

This seminar is aimed at everyone willing to understand business planning and budgeting techniques.

Objectifs
This seminar aims to provide knowledge on business plan building techniques and it especially insists on budget aspects of a business plan. It aims to provide basic budgeting techniques as well as simple methods regarding product and services offering definition and pricing techniques.
Description

  • Business plan :
    • what is the purpose of a business plan ?
    • what should be included in a business plan ?
    • what is the purpose of a forecast budget?
  • Data needed to achieve a forecast budget :
    • business requirements and investments ;
    • products / services pricing ;
    • turnover forecast ;
    • marketing, communication and costs ;
    • charges ;
    • depreciation ;
    • taxes.
  • Financial data / Budget estimate :
    • funding plan ;
    • forecast result ;
    • profitability threshold / breakeven ;
    • working capital requirements / cash.
  • Examples.

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S1250 GB Advanced Lux GAAP : financial and non-financial reporting disclosures, including rights and commitments

S1250 - Advanced Lux GAAP : financial and non-financial reporting disclosures, including rights and commitments

Durée

Public cible

Ce séminaire s'adresse aux professionals looking for a training that provides a working knowledge on F/S under Lux GAAP.

Objectifs
Ce séminaire vise à give a comprehensive review of Lux GAAP, based on a detailed analysis of its local sources. The purpose is to deal more efficiently with a principles-based set of accounting rules where a detailed guidance is not easily accessible (legal commentaries being in French only) and its lacking for certain items.
Description

  • Impact of the classification of the undertaking on the level of reporting disclosures
  • Financial disclosures
    • Influences of the general accounting principles;
    • Requirements of section 8  of the Accouting law (art. 65 seq.);
    • Requirements of related articles existing in other sections of the Accounting law;
    • Requirements of other laws and regulations.
  • How to deal with a legal requirement expressed in general terms/the absence of accounting best practice ?
  • Comprehensive review of the rights and commitments
    • Guarrantees, pledges and similar collaterals;
    • Technical guarantees
    • Commitments to the benefits of the undertaking's bodies; for the purchase of fixed assets; etc.
    • Finance lease
    • Forward contracts
    • Option contracts
    • Other rights and commitments
  • Comprehensive review of the related party transactions
  • Non-financial disclosures: elements existing in
    • the notes to the annual accounts;
    • the management report;
    • the payments to governements report.
  • Illustrative examples will be used to set up an interactive discussion.

Notes

A course session is available in French (with the same course material in English).

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S1251 GB "PCN 2020" : implementing the new Standard Chart of Accounts 26th Novembre 2020,

S1251 - "PCN 2020" : implementing the new Standard Chart of Accounts

Durée

Public cible

Ce séminaire s'adresse aux professionals looking for a working knowledge on the "PCN 2020" implementation (accounting and F/S).

Objectifs
Ce séminaire vise à provide a practical analysis of the differences between the current and the future version of the SCA. Such knowledge should allow the attendant to identify the impacts (accounting and statutory F/S) of the SCA for its accounting practices, and to update the later; subsequently, to use appropriately the flexibility left by the 2020 SCA.
Description

  • Update on the sectoral and individual filing exemptions for the Standard Chart of Accounts (SCA).
  • The 2009 version of the Standard Chart of Accounts.
  • The draft Grand-Ducal Regulation, dated June 22, 2018 :
    • the weaknesses of the SCA's original version for the public administrations ;
    • the discrepancies with the Accounting law (changes in law occured in 2013 and 2015) ;
    • the remedies to the above issues in the said draft regulation, including the automatically generated  B/S and P/L (eCDF).
  • The related eCDF electronic documents. 
  • The available explanatory materials. 
  • Analysis of the differences between the current SCA and the 2020 SCA, i.e. accounts that will be created; suppressed; merged; split; transferred to an other caption of B/S or P/L. 
  • Illustrative examples of accounting treatments (before and after) :
    • acquisition cost of assets ;
    • gain/loss on disposals of assets ;
    • non-distributable reserves ;
    • results of the year ;
    • investment subsidies ;
    • payroll expenses ;
    • other operating income/expenses ;
    • deferred taxes ;
    • etc.
  • The mapping from the SCA to the F/S ("Tableau de passage") :
    • a new component of the F/S filing package ;
    • an new allowance for flexibility?
  • Foreseeable impacts of the 2020 SCA on LUX GAAP for :
    • the public administrations ;
    • the other users.

Notes

A course session is available in French (with the same course material in English).

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S1260 GB Derivatives - Forward contracts and Swaps

S1260 - Derivatives - Forward contracts and Swaps

Durée

Public cible

This seminars is dedicated to relationship officers , back/middle office executives, risk managers, accountants, compliance officers, etc.

Objectifs
Derivatives - Forward contracts and Swaps
Description

  • Yield curve.
  • Principle of a forward operation.
  • FRAs, forex forwards, fundamentals of NDFs & CFDs.
  • Uses of forward contracts.
  • Fundamentals of a swap contract.
  • IRS, CRS o Uses of swaps contracts.

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S1261 GB Derivatives - Options contracts - the fundamentals

S1261 - Derivatives - Options contracts - the fundamentals

Durée

Public cible

This seminars is dedicated relationship officers, back/middle office executives, risk managers, accountants, compliance officers, etc.

Objectifs
Derivatives - Options contracts - the fundamentals
Description

Definition, terminology
Value of an option contract
Contractual terms of an option contract
Strategies: the main options uses
Options vs Forwards
Options on stocks & stock indexes: speculative trading and hedging

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S1262 GB Fund management - Alternative funds vs traditional funds

S1262 - Fund management - Alternative funds vs traditional funds

Durée

Public cible

This seminar is dedicated to portfolio managers & sales, back/middle office executives, risk managers, accountants, compliance officers, etc.

Objectifs
 Fund management - Alternative funds vs traditional funds
Description

  • Traditional investment features Fundamentals of Portfolio Management Theory (CAPM).
  • Traditional portfolio management in practice active vs passive management, ETFs.
  • Alternative fund/portfolio management a step ahead of CAPM and long only portfolios
  • Hedge funds as alternative investment funds.

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S1263 GB Risk management - Financial risks in funds/portfolio management

S1263 - Risk management - Financial risks in funds/portfolio management

Durée

Public cible

This seminar is dedicated to portfolio managers & sales, back/middle office executives, risk managers, accountants, compliance officers, etc.

Objectifs
Risk management - Financial risks in funds/portfolio management
Description

  • Market risk, incl. currency risk Credit (default) risk.
  • Liquidity risk.
  • Operational risk.
  • Risk management methodology.

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S1264 GB Valuation of derivatives - Tools for valuation of derivatives

S1264 - Valuation of derivatives - Tools for valuation of derivatives

Durée

Public cible

This seminar is dedicated to portfolio managers, back/middle office executives, risk managers, accountants, compliance officers, etc.

Objectifs
Valuation of derivatives - Tools for valuation of derivatives
Description

  • Yield curve, no arbitrage principle, fundamentals of financial theory Fundamentals of stochastic calculus.
  • Calculation of a forward contract, its role in swaps & option pricing.
  • Theoretical/fair price vs market price.
  • Model risk.

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S2218 GB The Emotional Intelligence (EI)

S2218 - The Emotional Intelligence (EI)

Durée

Public cible

This seminar is aimed at increasing the awareness of Emotional Intelligence (EI) and developing its competences.

Objectifs
This seminar aims to help you to recognize the basic elements of Emotional Intelligence (EI), identify the skills and behaviors associated with emotional competences. During this seminar you will explore and reflect on your own personal and social elements of EI, you will gain knowledge and skills how to start consciously reinforcing them on an ongoing basis.
Description

  • Emotional Intelligence (EI) :
    • what is EI ?
    • the evolution of EI ;
    • why EI is so crucial in today's society ?
  • The emotion :
    • what is the emotion ?
    • the basic emotions ;
    • the role of your emotions in your behaviour ;
    • understanding your own emotions ;
    • understanding the emotions of others.
  • Personal elements of EI :
    • self-awareness: emotional awareness, self-assessment, self-esteem, and self-confidence ;
    • self-regulation: self-control, adaptability, and transparency ;
    • motivation.
  • Social elements of EI :
    • empathy: active listening, the importance of body language and tonality, elements of the empathic communication ;  
    • social skills: building rapport with others, cooperating with others, managing the relationships, socializing with people of different mindsets.
  • Self-assessment :
    • How to increase emotional competence through self-awareness and self-regulation ?
    • How to increase emotional competence through social awareness and social skills ?

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S2225 GB Building and reinforcing assertiveness skills

S2225 - Building and reinforcing assertiveness skills

Durée

Public cible

This seminar is aimed at anyone willing to build and reinforce assertiveness skills.

Objectifs
This seminar aims to enable you to understand assertive behaviour and how it differs from aggressive and passive behaviour. Assertiveness is a journey, which requires engagement and practice. You will analyze what stops you from being assertive, gain knowledge and skills how to start changing it and respond in accordance with your inner needs and standards.
Description

  • Awareness Part :
    • characteristics of different behaviours ;
    • is our behaviour in certain circumstances automated ?
    • conscious response versus automated reaction ;
    • what is the assertive behaviour ?
    • what are the benefits of assertive behaviour ?
    • how can we recognize assertive behaviour ?
    • what is the difference between being assertive and being arrogant ?
    • what are the benefits of interacting with an assertive individual ? 
    • what are the benefits of communicating assertively ? 
    • the different types of aggressive communication behaviour ;
    • disadvantages of aggressive behaviour ;
    • body language and tone of the voice associated with behaviours ;
    • workplace and assertiveness.
  • Self-discovery Part :
    • what stops me from being assertive ?
    • consequences of unassertive behaviour ;
    • how can I give myself the right to be assertive ?
    • how can I voice my needs, dreams with inner confidence and respect towards others ?
    • to what do I want to say No and how can I do it assertively ?
    • how can I respond assertively when feeling pressure ?
    • how can I respond assertively when facing aggressive individuals ? 
    • opening yourself to compliments ;
    • opening yourself to the constructive negative feedback ;
    • living with my own standards and agreement with myself.

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S2303 GB Tips to work in emergency

S2303 - Tips to work in emergency

Durée

Public cible

This seminar aims at anyone working in a stressfull and time-sensitive context, willing to develop skills and tools to work serenely.

Objectifs
This seminar aims to identify urgent tasks in your activity, understand your individual positioning when facing emergency and develop your toolbox to work more smoothly in emergency conditions.
Description

  • Identify emergencies in your business environment :
    • prioritize the emergencies ;
    • anticipate planned emergencies ;
    • formalize an action plan.
  • Assume the level of urgency :
    • don't rush yourself to take better decisions ;
    • focus optimally ;
    • maintain good communication with the ones around you.
  • Make a feedback :
    • assess the emergency ;
    • analyze the chosen response to the emergency ;
    • identify your fatigue level when managing emergency.

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S2316 GB Conscious Leader Training - leadership styles, power of perception & emotions

S2316 - Conscious Leader Training - leadership styles, power of perception & emotions

Durée

Public cible

This seminar is suitable for leaders to reinforce their competencies and people willing to prepare for a future leadership role.

Objectifs
This seminar bring awareness on core leadership competencies: leadership styles and their impact on the relationship between the leader and team member, awareness about biases and the influence they can have on the organization and also aims at basic awareness of the EI and its importance in the workplace.
    Description

    • Leader role and leadership styles : 
      • what makes a leader role important ?
      • importance of trust in the relationship leader team member ;
      • leadership styles ; 
      • what is my natural leadership style ?
      • which leadership style do I want to reinforce ?
      • what is the level of development of my team members ?
      • which leadership style did I use for specific team members in specific situations ?
      • which styles will I apply in similar situations in the future ?
    • Perception : 
      • why my perception might differ from others ?
      • what is bias ?
      • how does human perception work ?
      • what is my role as a leader to raise awareness about biases ;
      • how can you work on your biases ?
    • Introduction to the emotional intelligence (EI) :
      • what is EI ? 
      • the evolution of EI ;
      • why EI is so crucial in a leadership role ?
    • The emotion :
      • what is the emotion ?
      • the basic emotions ;
      • understanding your own emotions o understanding the emotions of your direct reports ;
      • acceptance of your own emotions ;
      • why awareness about emotions is important in the workplace ?

    Notes

    This training program is composed of 4 parts and each of them can be taken independently. Conscious Leader Training - leadership styles, power of perception & emotions Conscious Leader Training - emotionally intelligent (EI) leader Conscious Leader Training - conflict resolution & coaching Conscious Leader Training - delegation skills & communicating around change

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    S2317 GB Conscious Leader Training - emotionally intelligent (EI) leader 26th and 27th November 2020,

    S2317 - Conscious Leader Training - emotionally intelligent (EI) leader

    Durée

    Public cible

    This seminar is suitable for leaders to reinforce their EI competencies and people willing to prepare for a future leadership role.

    Objectifs
    This seminar explore and reflect on personal and social elements of the Emotional Intelligence and appreciate its importance in the leadership role and the role that emotions play in the work environment.
    Description

    • Personal elements of Emotional Intelligence
      • Self-awareness
      • Emotional awareness
      • Self-assessment
      • Self-esteem and self-confidence 
      • Self-regulation
      • Self-control
      • Adaptability
      • Transparency
    • Social Elements of Emotional Intelligence
      • Empathy
      • What is Active Listening and how to apply it?
      • What are some barriers to effective listening?

      • Elements of the effective communication
      • Building rapport with others
      • How to deliver a constructive feedback?
      • Motivation
      • How to motivate and empowering others?

    Notes

    This training program is composed of 4 parts and each of them can be taken independently. Conscious Leader Training - leadership styles, power of perception & emotions Conscious Leader Training - emotionally intelligent (EI) leader Conscious Leader Training - conflict resolution & coaching Conscious Leader Training - delegation skills & communicating around change

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    S2318 GB Conscious Leader Training - conflict resolution & coaching 3rd and 4th December 2020,

    S2318 - Conscious Leader Training - conflict resolution & coaching

    Durée

    Public cible

    This seminar is suitable for leaders to reinforce their competencies and people willing to prepare for a future leadership role.

    Objectifs
    This seminar enhance your credibility as a leader, by learning how to deal effectively, wisely in a conflict situation and learn the art of conversational coaching. This increase motivation though the gift of focused attention to colleagues and employees.
    Description

    • Conflict resolutions :
      • perception of conflict ;
      • what are the main drivers of conflicts ?
      • the reasons for avoiding conflicts ?
      • what can happen when we ignore conflicts ?
      • transactional analysis and its value in effective conflict resolution.
    • Coaching others :
      • what is coaching ? 
      • when to coach ? 
      • how to enhance credibility as a leader by coaching ?
      • how the language we use affects understanding ?
      • language patterns ;
      • the power of good question ;
      • the GROW model in theory and practice ; 
      • the model T questioning in theory and practice ;
      • precision questioning technique.

    Notes

    This training program is composed of 4 parts and each of them can be taken independently. Conscious Leader Training - leadership styles, power of perception & emotions Conscious Leader Training - emotionally intelligent (EI) leader Conscious Leader Training - conflict resolution & coaching Conscious Leader Training - delegation skills & communicating around change

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    S2319 GB Conscious Leader Training - delegation skills & communicating around change 9th December 2020,

    S2319 - Conscious Leader Training - delegation skills & communicating around change

    Durée

    Public cible

    This seminar is suitable for leaders or anyone willing to reinforce delegation skills and communicating within the change.

    Objectifs
    This seminar enrich two important leadership skills, first one knowing when/how to use delegation and apply it as a great tool to motivate and develop people. The second skill is communicating around change, we will learn about common people's behaviours during such events, and how to respond effectively.
    Description

    • Effective Delegation :
      • what is delegation ?
      • what stops leaders from delegating ?
      • what stops me from delegating ?
      • why delegate ?
      • when to delegate ?
      • what to delegate ?
      • how to delegate and to whom ?
      • what when mistake happen ?
      • how to create my delegation plan ?
      • importance of communication when delegating ;
      • how to monitor effectively and avoid micromanagement when delegating ?
    • Communicating around Change :
      • stages of people behaviour in the change cycle ;
      • the role of the leader in the change ;
      • how to deal with the resistance to change ;
      • how to communicate change effectively ?

    Notes

    This training program is composed of 4 parts and each of them can be taken independently. Conscious Leader Training - leadership styles, power of perception & emotions Conscious Leader Training - emotionally intelligent (EI) leader Conscious Leader Training - conflict resolution & coaching Conscious Leader Training - delegation skills & communicating around change

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    S5294 GB Risk management : a structured overview

    S5294 - Risk management : a structured overview

    Durée

    Public cible

    Financial sector professionals and everyone interested in risk management.

    Objectifs
    The seminar aims to provide a structured overview of the main categories of risk facing a bank, an investment fund or any other entity engaging in financial sector activities, by building on theory through actual model prototypes and case studies.
    Description

    • Risk taxonomy and governance :
      • identifying the main categories of risk ;
      • three lines of defense (3LoD) model.
    • Credit risk :
      • introduction to credit risk modelling ;
      • counterparty credit risk ;
      • concentration risk.
    • Market risk :
      • value at risk ;
      • expected shortfall.
    • Interest rate risk :
      • earnings vs. economic value perspective ;
      • repricing Gaps ;
      • duration of equity.
    • Liquidity risk :
      • asset liquidity vs. funding liquidity ;
      • liquidity coverage ratio ;
      • net stable funding ratio ;
      • intraday liquidity risk.
    • FX risk :
      • transaction risk ;
      • translation risk ;
      • economic risk.
    • Operational risk :
      • event types overview ;
      • governance aspects ;
      • impact of new technologies.
    • Stress testing :
      • stress test taxonomy ;
      • reverse stress testing.

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    S5301 GB MiFID II - Module 1 : General principles of financial markets

    S5301 - MiFID II - Module 1 : General principles of financial markets

    Durée

    Public cible

    The persons concerned by this training programme are people giving investment advice and/or providing information on financial instruments, investment services or, ancillary services to clients on behalf of a professional, or for their own account, under the prudential supervision of the CSSF.

    Objectifs

    This training aims to acquire the knowledge and competence related to the criteria described in the CSSF circular 17/665 with regards to the ESMA Guidelines for the assessment of knowledge and competence.

    At the end of this training, the participants will be able to demonstrate that they possess the necessary knowledge and competence to fulfil their obligations under Articles 24 and 25 of MiFID II.

    Description

    • Economy :

      • macroeconomics: theories, definitions, concepts ;
      • Economic environment and globalisation ;
      • Financial Information (s): understanding, interpretation.
    • Events, indicators, impacts :
      • the main indicators (GDP, CPI, PMI...): typology, characteristics, interpretation ;
      • interdependence of economic cycles and financial markets ;
      • crises, conflicts, etc.
    • Financial markets :
      • typology of financial markets ;
      • interest rates: creation, evolution, influence ;
      • equity markets: capitalization, sectors, cyclical values.
    • Evolutions, psychology, analysis :
      • market efficiency: sensitivity ;
      • psychology of the markets ;
      • analysis: fundamental, technical.

     

    Notes

    Certificate of participation and of achievement per module, or for the complete programme where applicable. Exam included.

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    S5302 GB MiFID II - Module 2 : Portfolio management and financial instruments

    S5302 - MiFID II - Module 2 : Portfolio management and financial instruments

    Durée

    Public cible

    The persons concerned by this training programme are people giving investment advice and/or providing information on financial instruments, investment services or, ancillary services to clients on behalf of a professional, or for their own account, under the prudential supervision of the CSSF.

    Objectifs

    This training aims to acquire the knowledge and competence related to the criteria described in the CSSF circular 17/665 with regards to the ESMA Guidelines for the assessment of knowledge and competence.

    At the end of this training, the participants will be able to demonstrate that they possess the necessary knowledge and competence to fulfil their obligations under Articles 24 and 25 of MiFID II.

    Description

    • Financial instruments: characteristics and valuation :
      • equities: specifics, quotation, indicators ;
      • bonds: typology, rates, ratings ;
      • derivatives: typology, pricing, use ;
      • structured products: definition, examples ;
      • investment funds: typology, specificities.
    • Markets and operations: introduction :
      • stock exchanges and regulated markets ;
      • marketplaces and OTC markets ;
      • operations: from customer's instruction to posting.
    • Portfolio Management :
      • theory and reality(ies) ;
      • portfolio management strategies: active management, passive management, management styles, tactics, and other methods ;
      • diversification.
    • Tools and Limitations of Portfolio management :
      • objectives and constraints ;
      • communicating with the customer ;
      • comparisons and their limits: performance, indices, risk.

    Notes

    Certificate of participation and of achievement per module, or for the complete programme where applicable. Exam included.

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    S5303 GB MiFID II - Module 3 : Investment products

    S5303 - MiFID II - Module 3 : Investment products

    Durée

    Public cible

    The persons concerned by this training programme are people giving investment advice and/or providing information on financial instruments, investment services or, ancillary services to clients on behalf of a professional, or for their own account, under the prudential supervision of the CSSF.

    Objectifs

    This training aims to acquire the knowledge and competence related to the criteria described in the CSSF circular 17/665 with regards to the ESMA Guidelines for the assessment of knowledge and competence.

    At the end of this training, the participants will be able to demonstrate that they possess the necessary knowledge and competence to fulfil their obligations under Articles 24 and 25 of MiFID II.

    Description

    • Investment products :
      • characteristics of the products offered ;
      • risk(s)-carrying elements ;
      • tax issues and their impacts.
    • Cost structures :
      • costs, fees and taxes related to products ;
      • costs, fees and taxes related to service delivery ;
      • transparency of costs and reporting obligations.
    • Documentation of investment products :
      • financial information and prospectuses ;
      • KIIDS, PRIIPS ;
      • analyzing and understanding available information.
    • Investment products and clients :
      • adequacy of investment products: client knowledge vs knowledge of client ;
      • market access: structures, risks, constraints ;
      • costs: details, limits, decisions

    Notes

    Certificate of participation and of achievement per module, or for the complete programme where applicable. Exam included.

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    S5304 GB MiFID II - Module 4 : Risks and performance

    S5304 - MiFID II - Module 4 : Risks and performance

    Durée

    Public cible

    The persons concerned by this training programme are people giving investment advice and/or providing information on financial instruments, investment services or, ancillary services to clients on behalf of a professional, or for their own account, under the prudential supervision of the CSSF.

    Objectifs

    This training aims to acquire the knowledge and competence related to the criteria described in the CSSF circular 17/665 with regards to the ESMA Guidelines for the assessment of knowledge and competence.

    At the end of this training, the participants will be able to demonstrate that they possess the necessary knowledge and competence to fulfil their obligations under Articles 24 and 25 of MiFID II.

    Description

    • Performance :
      • elements influencing performance ;
      • performance calculation: methods, differences, comparison ;
      • performance analysis: decomposition, cross-effects.
    • Communicating performance :
      • performance comparison: benchmarks, indicators ;
      • performance history(ies) and forecast(s) ;
      • performance, return, volatility.
    • Measuring the risk :
      • components of the risk: definition, analysis ;
      • types of risks: mitigation methodologies ;
      • calculation of risk: methods, comparisons, limits.
    • Risk and clients :
      • risk appetite and investment horizon ;
      • risk elements in investment products ;
      • risk communication, indicators.

    Notes

    Certificate of participation and of achievement per module, or for the complete programme where applicable. Exam included.

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    S5305 GB MiFID II - Module 5 : Client relation, compliance, AML

    S5305 - MiFID II - Module 5 : Client relation, compliance, AML

    Durée

    Public cible

    The persons concerned by this training programme are people giving investment advice and/or providing information on financial instruments, investment services or, ancillary services to clients on behalf of a professional, or for their own account, under the prudential supervision of the CSSF.

    Objectifs

    This training aims to acquire the knowledge and competence related to the criteria described in the CSSF circular 17/665 with regards to the ESMA Guidelines for the assessment of knowledge and competence.

    At the end of this training, the participants will be able to demonstrate that they possess the necessary knowledge and competence to fulfil their obligations under Articles 24 and 25 of MiFID II.

    Description

    • Investment advisory activity :
      • regulatory framework ;
      • service offerings, advice / information differences ;
      • compliance with obligations.
    • Knowledge of its client :
      • suitability of products and services with customer profile ;
      • relevant information: understanding and interpretation ;
      • evolution, communication, obligations.
    • Anti-money laundering :
      • regulatory framework, responsibilities, sanctions ;
      • customer knowledge, obligations ;
      • money laundering operations: steps and points of attention.
    • Market abuse :
      • regulatory framework, responsibilities, sanctions ;
      • scope, prevention and detection tools ;
      • privileged information, share buybacks, insider trading and other cases.

    Notes

    Certificate of participation and of achievement per module, or for the complete programme where applicable. Exam included.

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    S6189 GB Excel - core and essential features

    S6189 - Excel - core and essential features

    Durée

    Public cible

    This seminar is aimed at people who want to master the general and essential features of Excel or to pass the ECDL base certification.

    Objectifs
    This seminar aims obtaining a global vision of the possibilities of handling the Excel spreadsheet in a professional environment. Participants will also be prepared to participate without difficulty in advanced and specialized courses about the Excel spreadsheet.
    Description

    • Working with sheets :
      • open, create and save workbooks ;
      • select, insert and delete cells ;
      • data types, series and custom lists ;
      • find and replace contents, copy and move cells ;
      • one level data sort ;
      • customize options ;
      • default file locations.
    • Basic formulas and functions :
      • calculating with cells ;
      • use basic functions in calculations ;
      • error message significations ;
      • types of references ;
      • basic content check with the help of the logical IF-function.
    • Formatting sheets:
      • the autoformat tool ;
      • number and date formats ;
      • font and alignment settings ;
      • the format painter ;
      • merge cells ;
      • borders and special effects.
    • Creating charts :
      • 3 basic chart types ;
      • add, remove and handle chart elements.
    • Page layout and printing :
      • basic page setup ;
      • automatic fields in headers and footers ;
      • print area selection.
    • Managing workbooks :
      • insert, delete, rename, copy and move sheets ;
      • insert objects ;
      • use comments.

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    S6191 GB Successful presentations with Powerpoint

    S6191 - Successful presentations with Powerpoint

    Durée

    Public cible

    This seminar is aimed at people who want to master the essential features of Powerpoint or to pass the ECDL base certification.

    Objectifs
    This seminar aims obtaining a global vision of the possibilities of handling the Powerpoint presentation software in a professional environment. Participants will also be prepared to participate without difficulty in advanced and specialized courses about the Powerpoint presentation software.
    Description

    • Basic presentation concepts :
      • the default template ;
      • the display modes ;
      • slides layouts ;
      • manage slides ;
      • text formatting ;
      • bullets and numbering.
    • Add specific items :
      • tables ;
      • charts ;
      • flow charts ;
      • illustrations and pictures ;
      • drawing methods.
    • Planning the presentation :
      • factors to be taken into account ;
      • animation effects ;
      • transition effects ;
      • speaker support ;
      • page setup and print control.
    • Short overview of some advanced concepts :
      • master slides ;
      • designing themes ;
      • multimedia animations.

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    S6195 GB Word: essential features summary 24th November 2020

    S6195 - Word: essential features summary

    Durée

    Public cible

    This seminar is aimed at People who want to master the general and essential features of word processing.

    Objectifs
    This seminar aims obtaining a global vision of the possibilities of handling the word processing software in a professional environment. Participants will also be prepared to participate without difficulty in advanced and specialized courses about the word processing software.
    Description

    • The word processing environment :
      • open, save and close documents;
      • create documents based on templates ;
      • switch between open documents ;
      • customize and configure default options ;
      • default paths and file management.
    • Text entering by kilometer :
      • the concept of paragraphs ;
      • non-printable characters, symbols and special characters ;
      • insert fields ;
      • manage Tabs ;
      • selection of parts of the text ;
      • replacement, overwrite and insertion modes;
      • automatic search and replacement ;
      • dictionary and spell checker ;
      • cancel, delete and repeat an entry.
    • Formatting characters and paragraphs :
      • automatic word break ;
      • indents, line spacing and paragraph spacing ;
      • bulleted lists and numbered lists ;
      • paragraph border and grid ;
      • the formatting reproduction tool ;
      • apply existing styles.
    • Inserting Objects :
      • create and format tables ;
      • insert graphic objects ;
      • dimensioning and replacing added objects.
    • Finishing of documents :
      • document orientation ;
      • margins of the document ;
      • page breaks ;
      • headers and footers ;
      • page numbering ;
      • printing the document.

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    S6260 GB Introduction to BCP/DRP

    S6260 - Introduction to BCP/DRP

    Durée

    Public cible

    The persons concerned by this training program are DBA, Product Owner, CISO, System Engineer, Backup and Storage Engineer, IT Security Consultant and Information Security consultant.

    Objectifs
    This Seminar aims to become acquainted with the main components of a BCMS, BCP and DRP :
      • understand the basic operations of an BCMS and a DRP as well as the main processes ;

      • understand the purpose, content and correlation between the different elements of a BCMS (DRP) ;

      • interpret the key elements of a business and link them with the key elements of a BCP-DRP ;

      • develop the basic knowledge to help an organization  to plan, do check, act and maintain a DRP ;

      • acquire sufficient knowledge to advise an organization on the importance of managing a DRP as a whole ;

      • reinforce the personal qualities necessary to act with the professionalism required when conducting a DRP project.

    Description

    • BCMS.
    • Fundamental concepts and principles of Business Continuity.

    • Initiating the BCMS Implementation.

    • BIA (Business Impact Assessment).

    • Risk Assessment.

    • Recovery Strategies.

    • Incident Response.

    • Exercising and Testing.

    • Project (Steps of a DRP).

     

     

     

     

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    S6262 GB Preparation to the HDS Certification

    S6262 - Preparation to the HDS Certification

    Durée

    Public cible

    This seminar is aimed to responsible for the security of the information systems, responsible for the hosting of health data, responsible for the management system according to ISO 27001, 9001, 13485, etc. , IT security consultants and DPO's - data protection officer's.

    Objectifs

    This training will enable you to become acqinted with the concepts and good practices for the implementation and audit of the certification " Hébergeur de Données de Santé à caratère personnel", HDS, compliant with the French decree n 2018-137 of February 26, 2018.

    Description

     

    • The key concepts, aspects and definitions of an HDS certification.

    • The challenges of implementing the ISO 27001, 27018 and 20000 prerequisites.

    • The link with the GDPR (General Regulation on Data Protection).
    • The essentials aspects of an HDS implemention and Certification Audit.

     

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    S6264 GB Introduction to managing cybersecurity

    S6264 - Introduction to managing cybersecurity

    Durée

    Public cible

    This seminar is aimed to management and IT professionals.

    Objectifs
    You will acquire a sound management knowledge on cybersecurity that will allow you to apply appropriate measures to your IT security management, GDPR and NIS compliance.
    Description

    • The appropraite management practices and meassures for cybersecurity.
    • The pragmatic key attention points of cybersecurity management.
    • The do's and don'ts of :
      • integrating security with the family ISO 27000 standards ;
      • integrating security into projects.
    • GDPR (EU Privacy regulation) and the fundamentals of privacy.
    • NIS (Eu Cybersecurity regulation) and the fundamentals of cybersecurity.
    • Transforming into an organization where security enables your business.
    • Changing the orgnizational culture and awareness about security.

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    S6266 GB Introduction to agility

    S6266 - Introduction to agility

    Durée

    Public cible

    This seminar ist aimed for everyone who wants to discover the agile manifesto by themselves.

    Objectifs
    At the end of the training, the attendees will be able to understand the concept of changing environment, the fundamentals of the Manifesto for Agile Software Development, the benfits of Agility and to apply the Agile principles in several contexts.
    Description

    • Agile Manifesto: let's think about it together (the Why) :

      • the origins ;
      • the brainstorming ;
      • the mindset ;
      • the movement.
    • Applying the mindset (the How) :

      • the Scrum Framework ;
      • the Kanban Method.

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    S6268 GB Scrum projects management

    S6268 - Scrum projects management

    Durée

    Public cible

    This seminar is aimed to project managers, product managers as well as architects, developers, and quality assurance specialists looking to implement a simple approach that contains all benefits of the agile development.

    Objectifs

    Participants will learn to understand the philosophy behind agile approaches, more specifically the Scrum framework, to describe the values and principles of the Agile manifesto, to determine the deliverables, activities, and roles according to the Scrum Guide from Scrum.org and to apply the basics of agile project management and, more specially, to understand how to clarify and use the project vision to create the basic elements required to launch a project.

     

    Description

    • Introduction to agile values and principles.
    • Steps to kick-off an agile project How to write a project charter.
    • Roles of the product owner, the development team, and the Scrum Master.
    • How to create an initial product backlog?
    • How to create specifications for backlog items, success criteria, and definition of "done" ?
    • How to set up a team for an agile project (the basics)?
    • Agile estimation and planning (Planning Poker from Mountain Goat Software).
    • Using story points to estimate relative complexity.
    • Release burndown chart.
    • Sprint burndown chart.
    • Scrum task bord.
    • What happens during sprints?
    • Sprint planning meeting.
    • Daily scrum meeting.
    • Sprint review meeting.
    • Sprint retrospective meeting.
    • Product backlog grooming session.

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    S6270 GB Introduction to Blockchain 7th and 8th December 2020,

    S6270 - Introduction to Blockchain

    Durée

    Public cible

    Non-technical, corporate decision makers and their teams, government agencis, policy makers, investors.

    Objectifs
    This 2 day Blockchain training program has One Single Objective: acquire a fundamental understanding of what Blockchain is and develop autonomy in one's reasoning on the subject of Blockchain.The training trerats a large range of topics from Blockchain's history to its design, functioning, business implications, applications, smart contracts, crypto assets and Blockchain roadblocks. An interactive cretive session handles the Blockchain features and characteristics by combining them into innovative use cases.
    Description

    Day1:

    • Blockchain Background :
      • traditional transaction database ;
      • blockchain emergence.
    • Blockchain Serious Game :
      • economy, money & pricing ;
      • ownership rights & proof of ownership ;
      • trusted social environements, central databases, blockchains ;
      • creating your own Blockchain with paper & plastic boxes.
    • Understanding Blockchain functioning :
      • basic elements ;
      • protocol design principles ;
      • protocol functions ;
      • features of consensus creation ;
      • identification and ownership.
    • Intersection between blockchain technology and legal compliance :
      • relativity of guarantee of registry ;
      • liability and blockchain's borderless nature ;
      • GDPR and blockchain's immutable nature ;
      • crypto-assets and security offering regulation.

    Day2:

    • Blockchain simulation :
      • hash, nonce, trial and error ;
      • blockchain operational overview ;
      • online blockchain simulation.
    • Business implementation considerations :
      • definitions ;
      • token generations ;
      • initial coin offering / security token offering / token generation event ;
      • utility tokens: paradigm shift ;
      • TGE launch process ;
      • TGE advantages and disavantages.
    • Case studies :
      • Axa: flight delay insurance ;
      • Ibisa: mutual micro farming insurance ;
      • Bext360: coffee on the blockchain ;
      • Nightfall: business on ethereum.
    • Do i need a Blockchain?
      • suichies model ;
      • meunier model ;
      • RMIT model.

     

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    Disponible

    Presque complet

    Complet

    Prévu au semestre suivant