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ISO 31000:2009. Master the requirements of the standard

Today stakeholders are increasingly pushing for integrated risk management. Contracts hold risk management requirements; credit rating agencies reflect on risk management and governments increasingly request risk management implementation as stated in their requests for proposal.

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Risk Management

Training Information

  • Duration:

    2 Days

  • Prerequisite:

    None

  • When:
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April 11-12
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Nairobi
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October 17-18
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Nairobi

With this training we offer a classroom based course providing an introduction to the ISO 31000 Risk Management Standard.  

Who should attend 

People new to risk management. Risk managers who want an overview of ISO 31000 

Learning objectives:

  • Become familiar with the key elements of ISO31000 as the basis for good risk management practice
  • Understand how ISO 31000 can be applied to a variety of organisations and sectors
Course highlights
  • Introduction to ISO 31000
  • Risk and regulation; 
  • Principles of managing risk; 
  • The framework for managing risk; 
  • The risk management process;  
  • Risk management performance. 
Learning methodology

This course has been designed with input and feedback internationally from a number of trainers, customers and training consultants. The course design reflects a high level of interaction between the trainer and the participants. It is built upon the participants input all throughout the course. This input by being mapped on the classroom walls will help the participants follow and remember the course structure and content.

Pre-requisites

None.