The management of Risk is an evolving discipline that builds on current knowledge in a diverse range of activities. It is therefore imperative that risk managers and practitioners keep abreast of these changes and commit to lifelong learning and ensure the currency of their knowledge, skills set and technical competence.
This course identifies and explains the need for Risk Management and introduces the delegate to Risk Management best practices as presented by ISO31000.
Benefits of attending:
The course gives each delegate the ability , knowledge and confidence to apply Risk Management Best Practices. It will prepare delegates for the increasingly complex employed in many areas of business and government.
After completing this module the delegate will be able to:
1. Relate Risk Management in business and context
2. Identify and describe risk in the business environment
3. Risk Evaluation
4. Organisational response to risk
5. Managing Risk Management
6. Risk Management communication and Integration
Who should attend?
Risk practitioners and senior managers who are responsible for managing risks persons entering the Risk Management profession who have an understanding of the subject but require formal training.
About the presenter
Laura Mallabone has a MSc (ChemicalEngineer) which she completed at Chalmers, Sweden as well as anMBA – Wits Business School, Johannesburg. Laura has over 20 years in Risk Management Experience. Some of her experience was in positions such as a risk management consultant, a business risk manager and as a global head of sustainability risk for a multinational mining company. She is currently the Director of her own company, Satarla. Her risk experience lies in integrated risk management which included risk facilitation at operational to board level and included technical, strategic, business, disaster risk management and scenario planning, as well as business continuity.