IOSH Risk Management, Corporate risk essentials.

  • Job Reference: 00006675-1
  • Date Posted: 26 April 2024
  • Employer: PCR Global
  • Location: Kingsbridge, Devon
  • Salary: On Application
  • Sector: Training, Training > ELCAS Training Courses, Training > Free Training Courses, Training > Funding Training Courses, Education
  • Job Type: Contract, Permanent, Temporary

Job Description

Introduction

HALF DAY

IOSH Corporate Risk Essentials is an accredited programme designed for board members and anyone that manages risk at a strategic level, in any sector, anywhere in the world.

The course aims to provide business leaders with an awareness of risk management, including:

  • What corporate risk management is, the different types of business risk and the benefits of managing them

  • Different attitudes and tolerance to risk and establishing risk appetite

  • How to create, communicate and continuously improve a risk management framework to effectively identify and mitigate business risks

The course provides no formal assessment, although students will be required to develop an action plan, identifying three to five priority actions they commit to taking to improve risk management assurance.

Certification of this qualification does not expire.

Learning Outcomes

This course will provide students with the knowledge to:

  1. Understand what is meant by corporate risk management and the organisational benefits of good risk management

  2. Explain the role of the board in risk management and how risk appetite affects strategy and decision-making

  3. Identify types of business risk and describe internal and external factors that may affect risk management, and why

  4. Use benchmarking techniques to establish a risk management framework and assurance for a continuous improvement process.

  5. Identify the required communication channels needed to make sure that the risk management framework is efficient

  6. Identify the top three priority areas for improvement

At the end of the course delegates make a commitment to their action plan to improve corporate risk management.