This Course is Designed For:

 Managers, executives and those responsible for dealing with risk management in their organisation;
 All risk managers working in commercial, industrial, consultancy, charitable or public sector organisations;
 Newly qualified graduates wishing to develop their understanding and knowledge, of the risk management profession and gain further qualification in recognition of this;
 Risk management professionals who have the desire to become future risk managers;
 Insurance Practitioners;
 Corporate governance, experts, and practitioners;
 Auditors;
 Occupational health practitioners;
 Safety Officers;
 Security Officials;
 Treasury workers;
 Actuarial and banking professionals;
 Project management experts;
 Health care professionals;
 Compliance officers;
 Surveying engineers;
 Risk engineering;
 Those with a general interest in risk and risk management issues.

Duration: 6 Days

By the conclusion of the specified learning and development activities, delegates will be able to:
 Demonstrate an understanding of the ‘risk context’;
 Demonstrate an understanding of the variety of disciplines to which risk management is applied;
 Develop an Information Security Policy and Identify their Organisation’s Key Information Assets;
 Formulate effective risk statements;
 Provide risk examples, distinguishing them from non-risk examples;
 Distinguish between continuous risk management and non-continuous risk management;
 Demonstrate an Understanding of risk in organisations;
 Exhibit an understanding of potential sources, impacts and consequences of risk;
 Exhibit their ability to identify and analyse risk in their organisations;
 Evaluate likely risks and consequences within and outside a organisational context;
 Develop strategies and approaches to manage risk in organisations;
 Develop a risk management plan;
 Implement risk management plans;
 Assess the options for accommodating risks;
 Prioritise risk management efforts;
 Demonstrate a heightened understanding of crisis management;
 Illustrate the salient steps that they would take towards continuity management and disaster recovery, in the context of a national disaster;
 Demonstrate their skills at contingency planning in organisational and national contexts;
 Determine the most expedient approach that they would follow to ensure that continuity management is effected, within an organisational and national contexts;
 Exhibit their esteemed confidence in their ability to function effectively in business continuity management;
 Contextualise the importance of logistics in recovery planning;
 Apply newly learnt risk management techniques to their workplace;
 Internalise the relationship between Information and National Security;
 Conceptualise Information as ‘Secret’;
 Argue the case for and against Information Moratorium;
 Determine the relationship between information confidentiality and risk management;
 Suggest the different ways in which information might be used by organisations and governments as a ‘control mechanism’;
 Determine implications of the Information Act for Internal Security;
 Evaluate the ‘reality’ of Data Protection Act 1998 in a Security Conscious Society; and
 Debate the extent to which the Freedom of information Act facilitates or impinges on National Security.

We offer very attractive discount for groups of 3 and more people, from the same organisation, taking the same course. This discount is between ten percent (10%) and thirty three percent (33%), depending on the group size. Even with these discounts, we can also deliver courses for groups in the country of your choice.

Please feel welcome to contact me, at any time. My e-mail addresses are:; and
My Direct telephone number is +442071935906


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