Fundamentals of Risk Management (FoRM)


Course Overview

This two day course covers the fundamentals of enterprise risk management in a fast-paced, interactive environment. You will learn about the theory and practice of risk management in-line with the ISO 31000 framework, using case studies and current affairs to bring material to life. On completion of this course expect to have a solid understanding of how effective risk management can benefit your organisation.


Course Dates

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25 Jul 2017 2 Days 12 Hours London £895 £995 Book Now »
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27 Sep 2017 2 Days 12 Hours London
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07 Nov 2017 2 Days 12 Hours London £895  £995  Book Now » 
26 Nov 2017 2 Days 12 Hours Dubai £895  £995 Book Now » 
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12 Dec 2017 2 Days 12 Hours London
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Who should take this course

  • Anyone new to risk or wishing to enter the risk profession.
  • Executives and Heads of Departments to understand risk management and the role it should play within their organisations.
  • Risk management practitioners of all levels requiring a refresher on recent developments in risk management.
  • Students studying IRM qualifications.
 

Benefits of attending


Learning Objectives

  • Organisational performance: How risk management can assist organisations to achieve their objectives and optimise decision making.
  • Governance and sustainability: The benefits of risk management and its relationship with governance, assurance, and sustainability.
  • Internal and external risk exposure: The types of risk faced by an organisation and the concepts of positive and negative risk.
  • ISO 31000: Risk management principles, framework and processes.
  • Culture: The importance of culture, communication, and behaviour in an effective risk management structure.
  • Maturity: How to assess your organisation’s risk maturity and identify where improvements can be made.
  • Workshops: Facilitation techniques to make your risk workshops interactive, efficient, and effective.
  • Assessment: Assessing risk and selecting appropriate actions and controls using key tools, such as risk registers, risk bow-ties, and risk matricies.
  • Communication: How to communicate risks to all levels of your organisation, and to external stakeholders.
  • Appetite and tolerance: How to determine your organisation’s appetite and tolerance for risk.

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