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

FoRM is currently available in: the UK (Glasgow, London & Manchester), Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur), Republic of Ireland (Dublin), Singapore, and the UAE (Dubai).

We also have approved training providers who run the course in Bahrain, Lebanon and Nigeria. You can view dates from our approved training providers below.

DateDurationCPD LocationMembersNon-membersBook Now
12 Nov 2018 2 Days  12 Hours  Manchester  £895*  £995*  Book now »
27 Nov 2018 2 Days 12 Hours Singapore £600 £700 Book now »
10 Dec 2018 2 Days  12 Hours  London  £895*  £995*  Book now »
8-9 Jan 2019 2 Days  12 Hours London  £895*  £995* Book now »
19-20 Feb 2019 2 Days 12 Hours London  £895*   £995* Book now »
19-20 Feb 2019 2 Days 12 Hours Dublin £795  £895 Book now »
19-20 Feb 2019 2 Days 12 Hours Glasgow £895*  £995* Book now »
5-6 March 2019 2 Days 12 Hours  London  £895*   £995* Book now »
18-19 March 2019 2 Days 12 Hours Manchester £895*  £995* Book now »
20-21 March 2019 2 Days  12 Hours  London   £895*   £995*  Book now » 
8-9 April 2019 2 Days  12 Hours  London   £895*   £995*  Book now » 
29-30 April 2019 2 Days  12 Hours  London   £895*   £995*  Book now » 
8-9 May 2019 2 Days  12 Hours  London   £895*   £995*  Book now » 
20-21 May 2019 2 Days  12 Hours  London   £895*   £995*  Book now » 
18-19 June 2019 2 Days 12 Hours  London   £895*   £995*  Book now » 
25-26 June 2019 2 Days 12 Hours Bristol £895*  £995*  Book now » 
2-3 July 2019 2 Days 12 Hours London   £895* £995* Book now »
22-23 July 2019 2 Days 12 Hours London   £895* £995* Book now »
12-13 Aug 2019 2 Days 12 Hours London   £895* £995* Book now »
4-5 Sep 2019 2 Days 12 Hours London   £895* £995* Book now »
4-5 Sep 2019 2 Days 12 Hours Dublin £795 £895 Book now »
18-19 Sep 2019 2 Days 12 Hours London  £895*  £995* Book now »
18-19 Sep 2019 2 Days 12 Hours Manchester £895* £995* Book now »
7-8 Oct 2019 2 Days 12 Hours London £895* £995* Book now »
7-8 Oct 2019 2 Days 12 Hours Glasgow £895* £995* Book now »
28-29 Oct 2019 2 Days 12 Hours London £895* £995* Book now »
25-26 Nov 2019 2 Days 12 Hours London  £895*  £995* Book now »
9-10 Dec 2019 2 Days 12 Hours London  £895*  £995* Book now »

* All courses taking place after 1st January 2018 will be run through IRM Trading Limited. Those taking place within the UK will also be subject to VAT.

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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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