Focus on Risk Management

All organisations have a responsibility to manage risks effectively. Whilst it is not always possible nor desirable to eliminate risk entirely, effective risk management can reduce risks to an acceptable level.

Helping your organisation to manage risks effectively

Risk Management, is all about taking effective business decisions to address such events. It has been defined as "the culture, processes and structures that are directed towards identifying, evaluating and responding to risks". The key purpose of this course is to give examples of how, with your help, your organisation and staff can manage risks effectively. On completion of the course, you should be better able to recognise potential risks in your workplace and deliver your responsibilities in managing such risks.

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36 %

of organisations have a formal enterprise risk management programme

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69 %

of executives are not confident that their current risk management practices will meet future needs

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62 %

of organisations have experienced a critical risk event in the past three years

Risk Management

Key Features
and Benefits

Focus on Risk Management enables organisations to quickly and cost effectively raise staff understanding on the strategic, operational and programme/project risks that could impact on service/product delivery. It also sets out how the organisation manages these risks and the roles of individual managers in that process.


Customised content for individual organisations

Interactive features to aid learner understanding

24x7x365 access via PC, laptop, mobile or tablet

Management dashboard with learner usage and feedback

SCORM compliance for secure hosting by Meritec or on-premise

Optional mobile app for harder to-reach learners.


Reconcile risks and rewards

Mitigate against legal action or financial claims by aggrieved parties

Enable more effective work programmes and partnership working

Take informed decisions about exploiting opportunities and have increased confidence in achieving their objectives and priorities.

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