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This course covers the basics of risk management and introduces a standard methodology.
You will also explore the uses of risk management by managers so that it informs decision making, business and financial planning, and so that you understand how it relates to partnerships.
Attend this course to gain a better understanding of risk management and get hold of new tools and ideas to help you make risk management effective in your organisation.
03 May 2018Starts: 09:45Ends: 16:30
CIPFA Scotland160 Dundee StreetEdinburghEH11 1DQ[See map]
£149.00 excl VAT
Risk management is now seen as a core tool for all managers but are we aware of how it can be used effectively and where it can be utilised across the organisation. Risk management is a key area of effective governance and increasingly it will inform inspection arrangements in particular BV2.
This course will cover the basics of risk management and introduce a standard methodology, it will also explore the uses of risk management by managers so that it informs decision making, business and financial planning and we will discuss how it relates to partnerships and how it is used in a project and programme situation.
Finally the upside of risks should be encouraged and we will discuss the latest thinking on opportunity analysis. As an introduction this course will give you a comprehensive picture of risk management best practice and how practically it can be of help to you in delivering your objectives.
This course is designed to help all managers working within the public sector. It will benefit people across all departments that are involved with risk management. It will also be suitable for elected/board members who wish to know more about how risk management should be working within their organisations.