Course Content
Develop evaluation data
Obtain and interpret information on organisation’s policies, procedures and compliance requirements. Develop evaluation methodology. Prepare evaluation plan, detailing established evaluation criteria and data to be collected. Confirm approval of plan from relevant stakeholders
Prepare and analyse evaluation data
Source required evaluation data according to evaluation plan. Organise, interpret and review collected data against established evaluation criteria. Discuss issues interpreting data and address in consultation with relevant stakeholders. Arrange evaluation data for analysis
Determine findings and reports on outcomes
Develop and discuss preliminary findings and any identified issues with relevant stakeholders. Source additional data required to clarify aspects of findings, and issues, where required. Prepare recommendations for actions to improve identified issues
BSBAUD515 Evaluate and review compliance (SINGLE UNIT)
About Lesson

Upon developing preliminary findings from the compliance evaluation, it’s necessary to engage with relevant stakeholders to discuss these initial insights and any problems that have surfaced. This collaborative approach allows for a variety of viewpoints on the findings, leveraging the expertise and perspectives of various stakeholders to deepen the understanding of the issues at hand. This step not only validates the initial findings but also fosters a transparent environment where concerns can be openly addressed, and stakeholder buy-in is enhanced. Engaging stakeholders early in the process ensures that any corrective actions taken are well-informed and broadly supported, thereby increasing the likelihood of successful implementation.

In instances where the preliminary findings indicate areas of ambiguity or raise new questions, additional data may be sourced to provide the necessary clarity. This could involve a more detailed analysis of specific compliance areas, gathering further evidence, or conducting additional assessments. Based on a thorough understanding of the issues, informed by both the initial findings and any supplementary data, recommendations for corrective actions can then be formulated. These recommendations are aimed at addressing the identified compliance gaps and improving the organisation’s overall compliance posture. By systematically addressing these issues, the organisation can enhance its compliance framework, reduce risks, and improve operational efficiency.