Every employee, from front-line to the Board deal with risk every day. This practical, one day, course is designed to help attendees develop a ‘risk-based’ mindset, applicable in every role of a business where decisions are made.
Who is this Course for?
This course is for new managers, those who are responsible for implementing organisational standards (such as ISO 9001, ISO 45001, etc.), or business owners who want to learn practical skills to help them grow their business.
Attendees do not need prior formal knowledge of risk management, the topic is covered from the ground up, and progresses to a level where attendees apply their new knowledge and understanding to case studies, to develop application experience rather than just theoretical uderstanding.
- Understanding of Risks and Risk Management
- Purpose of Effectively Managing Risks and Opportunities
- Understanding of the purpose of Risk Assessments and the benefits they bring
- How to influence Risks to the benefit of the organisation
- Monitoring and Reporting to ensure Lessons Learned are not forgotten
This event will be hosted by Richard Clegg, one of our Senior Consultants. Our Senior Consultant team consists of experienced management professionals, who each have decades of experience in people and operational management and still actively consult for clients. As a result, they bring real-world examples and industry experience to the Workshops they host for us, while being able to offer practical advice on many risk-related issues that arise during in-class discussions.
What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
While the venue itself has no customer parking, Parkopedia does offer options.
If coming by bus or train, the Central Library is approximately a five minute walk from the Interchange.
What can I bring into the event?
An inquisitive mind and a pen are all you really need.
What’s the refund policy?
Refunds are offered up to seven days before the event. Beyond that refunds aren’t guaranteed but may be given if another attendee on the waiting list wishes to take your place.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Not necessarily, but some form of ID is useful if there is any confusion on the day.
Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn’t match the person who attends?
As long as we’ve been told in advance, that shouldn’t be a problem.