Fundamentals of Enterprise Risk Management
8.30am until 4.30pm
Castille, Casa Leone, Floriana
This one-day course targets interested individuals working in an executive or managerial role with the scope of introducing the concept of enterprise risk management and the importance of identifying and managing an organization’s risks from a holistic perspective. All management is risk management. This means that it is not only the risk manager who is responsible for managing an organization’s risks. Risk management requires a collective effort. The course will give an overview of the risk management process and the main techniques used to identify and assess risks.
Aims & Objectives:
- educate management on how to structure the management of risks
- introduce techniques to identify and assess risks
- emphasise on the importance for organization’s to be prepared
- focus on the importance to monitor risk exposures and controls
Interested attendees should ideally be in managerial or executive positions. Whether you are working in HR, Information Technology, Legal, Operations or in other departments, this course if for you if you are interested in looking at the correlation that may exist between different risks and how these may impact your team and its performance.
0830 – 0900: Registration and Welcome Coffee
0900 – 1000: Principles of risk and risk management
1000 – 1100: Risk, governance and compliance
1100 – 1120: Coffee Break
1120 – 1300: Risk identification and assessment
1300 – 1400: Lunch
1400 – 1500: Risk treatment
1500 – 1600: Crises management
1600 – 1630: Concluding Remarks: Q & A Session
About the Trainer:
Colin Calleja is a certified risk professional and works as an Enterprise Risk Manager at Credorax Bank Limited.
He obtained an International Diploma in Enterprise Risk Management from the Institute of Risk Management, and subsequently recognised as a certified member with the Institute.
Mr Calleja also possesses a Master’s in Business Administration and a bachelor’s degree in Business and Computing, both obtained from the University of Malta.
Colin Calleja has vast experience in managerial roles in the private and the public sector.
Investing in Skills Scheme:
Candidates may be eligible to claim part of the cost incurred under the Investing in Skills Scheme. Click here for further information. Applications forms must be received by the Investing in Skills Unit at least 21 calendar days before start date of training.
A discounted price is available for students. Booking is subject to availability and on presentation of a valid student card.