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  • 1. Education Programmes for Risk Management: Training for Tomorrow’s Professionals Carolyn Williams, MIRM, Head of Thought Leadership, IRM Carl Dunckley, SIRM, Risk Control Manager, Gallagher Bassett International Ltd 02 June 2010
  • 2. Agenda
    • Risk management qualifications and training (CJW) – 30 minutes
    • Introduction
    • Competency in risk management
    • Qualifications
    • Training
    • Questions – 5 minutes
    • Case Study – Developing and Delivering a risk management training programme for a major international charity (CD) – 40 minutes
    • Context
    • Frameworks and processes
    • Case studies
    • Questions – 10 minutes
  • 3. Who are we?
    • IRM is the world’s leading enterprise-wide risk education Institute.
    • Our mission: ‘Leading the risk profession through delivering
    • education and life long learning’
    • We do this through…..
    • Recognition
    • Networking
    • Knowledge
    • Career development
  • 4. Worldwide membership and activities
  • 5. Educational hub for enterprise-wide risk management IRM believes risk management should be a multi-faceted discipline
  • 6. Risk Management Competencies
  • 7. Key features of competency
    • Technical knowledge
      • RM frameworks and processes, standards, techniques etc
    • Sector knowledge
      • Context and best practice RM in your sector
    • Professional knowledge
      • How other business functions operate and how RM interacts with them
    • Organisational knowledge
      • How your own organisation works, culture
    • Personal skills and attitude
      • Communication skills, influencing, negotiating, questioning….
  • 8. Technical Competence: Risk Management Standards
    • ISO 31000
    • Issued Nov 2009
    • Risk Assessment split into separate ISO 31010
    • New Guide 73 with definitions (also in 31000)
    • Not certifiable
    • National standards being withdrawn
    • BS31100 being revised
    • IRM not withdrawing the Risk Management Standard
      • free to download
      • 15 languages
  • 9.
    • ISO 31000 - continued
    • 11 principles for risk management to be effective (section 3)
      • Creates & protects value
      • Integral part of all processes ……etc
    • Framework (section 4)
      • Mandate – design – implement – monitor and review - improve ……etc
    • Process (section 5)
      • Communicate and consult – establish context – risk assessment – risk treatment – monitoring and review ……etc
  • 10. Implementation of ISO 31000
    • Describes the principles and processes of risk management
    • Provides a brief overview of the ISO31000 requirements (also compatible with COSO ERM)
    • Gives practical guidance on designing a suitable framework
    • Gives practical advice on implementing enterprise risk management
      • Respective roles and responsibilities for supporting the process (as well as implementing)
      • Different risk assessment techniques
      • Risk appetite
      • Risk management checklist
      • Implementation summary
      • http://www.theirm.org/ISO31000guide.htm
  • 11. Recognition - designation Certificate, degree or experience No entry requirements (open to all) Diploma (or equivalent) plus experience No entry requirements (open to all) Certificate, degree or experience IRM’s Learning pyramid + IRM Accredited Courses Fellow (FIRM) Member (MIRM) Certificant (CIRM) Certificate of Completion Specialist (SIRM)
  • 12. Recognition – leading the risk profession
    • Attributes of a profession
    • Standards and ethics
    • Proven knowledge by qualification
    • Continuing professional development (CPD)
    • Recognition of experience and achievement
    • (post nominal letters)
  • 13. Networking
    • We believe there is no substitute to learning from fellow risk
    • professionals.
    • Special interest groups
    • Regional groups
    • Conferences
    • Roundtables
    • Seminars
  • 14. Knowledge
  • 15. Knowledge…continued
  • 16. Anyone can join
    • Affiliate membership
    • Individuals
    • Corporate schemes
    • University students
  • 17.  
  • 18. Leading the risk profession Email: carolyn.williams@theirm.org Tel: +44(0)20 7709 9808 Fax: +44(0)20 7709 0716