ISO 31000 - Risk Management practice and theory from the standard

29-03-2023 9:00AM 29-03-2023 5:00PM
GRCI Training Room, WorkClub, Level 6, 201 Kent Street, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 2000

  • Are you familiar with the practical application of risk management using ISO: 31000?
  • Can you apply risk management to real life situations?
  • Can you engage the Board, the Executive, Managers and staff in the use of risk as a tool to create opportunity?
This one day course in the Risk Management Standard takes a practical view of risk management in operation and is designed to provide you with a deeper understanding of risk management for the Board, the Executive, managers and staff across private, government and not-for-profit sectors.
Using the principles of ISO: 31000 and the facilitator’s many years of international and domestic risk management experience, the course will provide you with an understanding of benchmarking the management of risk in your organisation.

Using practical examples and discussion, the course addresses:

  • Environmental scanning to establish context for identifying and managing risk
  • Environmental scanning to understand stakeholder expectations and their impact on your organisation’s risk management framework, appetite and conduct expectations
  • Establishing and managing risk appetites and profiles
  • Aligning the organisation’s risk practice to the Boards’ risk appetite and risk conduct expectations
  • Applying risk management in practical but complex situations
  • Strategy and risk
  • Rating and ranking risks and developing, implementing and testing controls
  • Establishing risk governance and a healthy risk culture
  • Conducting post incident and risk reviews
  • Evaluating the risk management system from Director to front line. 
  • How risk management practices are utilised across a variety of line two functions and having cross function understanding, methodology, evidence and assurance