ISO 31000 Workshop


About the certificate
This workshop takes a broader practical view of risk management in operation. The workshop program covers processes, analysis and provides practical exercises in the application of enterprise risk management.
You will explore the differences between the ISO:31000 and the AS4360 and explain how to benchmark your existing frameworks against the international standard. Designed to develop your skills and understanding around the application of the International Standard for Risk ISO31000 in your organisation. Covering the practice of risk management from the Board’s perspective to the operator developing controls and populating the risk register and managing risk treatment strategies, this workshop will show you how to use the standard as a benchmark for best practice.
Topics Addressed
  • Environmental scanning to establish the context for identifying and managing risk;
  • Establishing and managing risk appetites and profiles;
  • Aligning the organisation risk-taking to the Boards risk appetite;
  • The risk management policy;
  • Risk and strategy;
  • Creating and managing the risk register;
  • Rating and ranking risks and developing and executing risk management plans;
  • Quantitative and qualitative tools in risk management;
  • Risk based decision making;
  • Establishing risk governance and a healthy risk culture;
  • Conducting post incident and risk reviews;
  • Evaluating the risk management system from Director to front line.
There is no pre-reading required for this course.
Cancellation & Payment
Venues are confirmed when a minimum number of paid registrations are received. See here for further information.
For further information, please contact the GRC Institute team on +61 2 9290 1788 or via email at
  Program Details

Please visit the GRCI events page for the list of dates and locations.
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Price (Includes GST)
Members $880
Non-Members $1100

CPD Points
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