This risk management course covers the following key topics:
Overview of risk management, Identifying Risks, Assessing Risks, Addressing Risks, Reviewing and Reporting Risks, Communication and Learning.
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An introductory distance learning course in risk management
Fundamentals of Risk Management course has been created for those looking to explore the basics of risk management. Along with covering the most important core principles and theoretical teachings, the course is packed with essential industry insights and explores the role risk management plays in public and private sectors alike.
The OCRM Fundamentals of Risk Management course has been designed to lay an initial educational foundation, upon which an extraordinary career may then be built. Though primarily theoretical, the content and teachings the course contains are geared directly toward practical application and professional development.
As the course focuses on the core principles and practices of ERM, candidates explore risk management strategies . All information is presented with newcomers to risk management in mind and broken down into concise topics.
No entry requirements
Students can enroll for OCRM Certificate in Risk Management
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