Legal Compliance Monitoring

Kigali -Rwanda
5 August to 16 August
12 August to 23 August

This course is intended to take delegates in the legal sector through the compliance challenges they face in undertaking business both domestically and internationally. Implementation and Compliance with regulations and statutory requirements at the same time giving efficient services to the beneficiaries of the product is challenged by various factors which need analyzing and development of strategy in order to overcome. Among other challenges, there is managing effective relations with regulators, governance and operational structures and this crucial area is covered extensively in this course and is intended to help delegates consider how relationships with regulators and all stakeholders in the Pensions and Social Security domain can be managed and developed using strategy and tactics, stakeholder management and techniques for fundamentally resetting relationships. Analysis of economic, social, legal and political factors affecting the operations of this domain will be made for different levels with the aim of improving legal compliance and efficiency at the same time benchmarking best practices for this domain. High standards of Legal Compliance result in less liability in terms of noncompliance and as such, this course is organized on a highly interactive basis, with plenty of opportunity for questions and discussion as delegates take advantage of this opportunity to share practical insights and experiences.

Target Audience: 

The course is designed to be relevant to a wide range of delegates working in Pensions Social Security Domains including legal, finance administrators, general management, labor and workers union representatives, Human Resources personnel, regulation and compliance persons ranging from Senior Officers to Junior Officers

Course Outcomes: 

By the end of this training course, the participants will have:

·       Enhanced knowledge of the Social Security domain and application of the relevant statutes and regulations

·       Adopted best practices and develop strategies to enhance their departments

·       Empowered to comply with the various provisions of Social Security related laws

·       Demonstrated their skills in resolving disputes and conflict within this sector