Producing a certificate to prove the completion of a course was the enhancement most requested by students of RAG Learning.
Last week’s Risk & Assurance Group (RAG) conference saw the launch or upgrade of work on wangiri, online training, leakage coverage, modeling software, and a preview of RAG TV.
There is a better way to tackle global risks, and it begins with accessing the talents and knowledge of everyone who wants to help.
Johannesburg (October 1-2) and Delhi (February 5-6) join Bonn and Toronto in the global schedule of free RAG conferences.
The roots of the Risk & Assurance Group (RAG) are strong and deep, thanks to the vision of Tony Kremer, one of its founders.
Annual agreements were reached with: iconectiv, Neural, SIGOS, Subex, Symmetry Solutions, TEOCO, WeDo, Araxxe, FraudBuster, GBSDTech, LATRO, Oculeus, and Six Degrees.
The conferences of the Risk & Assurance Group (RAG) provide a forum to discuss ideas. This friendly sharing of insights is of benefit to everyone.
The online training platform of the Risk & Assurance Group (RAG) attracts an extremely diverse range of students.
With almost three months before they begin, RAG has already confirmed some of the best-known speakers for their events.
After successful conferences in 2016, 2017 and 2018, many think RAG should return to London in 2019. Here are the reasons to hold RAG’s European conference in Bonn instead.