3-day course for ERM employees and Risk Coordinators

1,850.00

What are the roles related to ERM? What tools do you need to assess risks? How can you prioritise efficiently?

This 3-day course is for ERM-employees and Risk Coordinators who want to learn how to establish an efficient ERM department including what roles to take on and how to prioritise more efficiently.

N.B.: Limited number of seats. Only seats for 20. Claim your spot here.

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What are the roles related to ERM? What tools do you need to assess risks? How can you prioritise efficiently?

This 3-day course is for ERM-employees and Risk Coordinators who want to learn how to establish an efficient ERM department including what roles to take on and how to prioritise more efficiently.

N.B.: Limited number of seats: 12-20. Claim your spot here.

Do you recognise any of these frustrations in relation to your work with ERM (Enterprise Risk Management)?

  • We are drowning in work, it is actually impossible to manage or handle risks for the entire organisation, as we are too few people
  • We either need to instruct all managers at once, enabling them to complete a minimum level of risk management or control all risk management of the company. It is impossible to do both. Or rather, we might not even be able to do one of these effectively.
  • Consolidating all the many, many minor risks throughout the company is a rather taxing task and we are not able to defend the resulting risks, or assign the related response plans back to the organisation.
  • We are not part of the strategic process, and have no ability to raise strategic risks before the strategy is complete and changing it is no longer an option.
  • Management reject a lot of our risks, and we can not talk them into taking them seriously
  • We are just discussing the same risks quarter after quarter, nothing is really done.
  • Risks are only made skin deep in the organisation. Only top managers are supplying high level risks with no real connection to what is actually happening on the “floor” of the organisation. No one is actually consulting the employees with the actual knowledge
  • We don’t really understand the organisation good enough to help them through a risk assessment. We can only pluck the most obvious risks randomly based on which way the discussion might turn.
  • Enterprise level risks overshadows the lower level risks, which end up ignored in the bottom of the pile.
  • No one knows how to handle project risks. They seem to keep surprising us in a bad way. How do we make projects be run without taking these extreme risks?

Then you’re in the right place, because that’s exactly what we will take you through during the course.

Course content and structure

  • Introduction
    • Who are you
    • Current role and team status
    • Biggest current issues
    • End point results
  • The risk assessment
    • Assessment stages (Scoping, identification, quantification, response planning)
    • Approach and goals (awareness, oriented in risks, decision support, dialogue)
    • Different methods for different situations
  • Control design
  • Facilitating risk assessments
    • Volume of Business
    • Structure is the key
    • Time and pace
    • Tools to use
  • Defining the framework
    • Risk models, scales and risk schemes (IT, investment, projects, ERM)
    • Organisational roles and their responsibilities
    • The role of ERM and the roles within
    • Collecting and correlating risks
    • Risk appetite and risk profiles
    • Tools to use
  • Integration is power
    • Compliance,
    • Incident management
    • Control management
    • Opportunities and benefits
    • BCM
    • Governance model
    • Strategy
  • Maturity of the organisation
    • How to identify
    • Approach and ability for each level
    • The right tools for the right level
  • Creating a risk dialogue on all levels
  • Affecting the organisation
  • Measuring ERM performance

After the course you will be able to:

  • Fulfill the ERM role in the organisation (your roles and classic roles)
  • Plan and execute changes to risk maturity throughout the company (tools for different maturity levels)
  • Prioritise what to do and what not to do, in a field where there is always too much work
  • Facilitate risk workshops
  • Advise on risks, mitigation activities and plans
  • Collect, bundle and correlate risks
  • Create relevant reports to top management
  • Integrate Risk Management with Compliance, Incident, Control, Business Continuity Management and the company’s governance model
  • Understand relevant risk management models, when to use which and how to implement them
  • Understand risk profiles and how to define them
  • Align and integrate different risk schemes
  • Understand how to control Risk Management across suppliers and sourcing partners

Teaching methods:

The teaching will be a class training, which takes the form of lectures, discussions, theory, examples, tools and other methods of involvement such as dialogue and assignments.

There will be a limit on number of participants (12-20) to ensure the quality of the course for each participant.

You will receive some course material with all the methods and tools.

Instructors:

Nicolai Elberling (Founder of elberling.uk) has more than 15 years of experience in the areas of risk management, governance and compliance especially in the financial sector.

Martin Falk-Hansen is Team Leader for the Group Internal Audit unit in KMD. Before then, he was working as System Manager at Nationalbanken in the business unit Banking and Markets.

Moreover, he has been working with risk management in various actors in the financial sector in Denmark and other Nordic countries.

When and where

The course will take place in Copenhagen…

How to register

Sign up for the course right here.

Additional information

Dates

3rd – 5th of April 2017 (Monday to Wednesday)

Location

Copenhagen