Board development programme: Risk Management, December
Date: 08 December 2020
The board has overall responsibility and accountability for risk. For boards to discharge their role effectively members need to have a basic understanding of risk and risk management.
Used effectively, risk management is a useful management tool to help ensure that not only does the board and its committees focus on the right things, but it should also provide comprehensive assurance that risks are being managed to the best of the organisation’s ability.
This training provides a practical view of what board members and board stakeholders need to know about risk management to help demystify risk; ensure that risks are captured and articulated appropriately; and demonstrate that risk reporting should focus on the management of risk as opposed to the risk itself.
Who should attend?
- Board members (executive and non-executive) as recipients of risk reports
- Executive risk leads
- Those tasked with preparing board assurance frameworks and risk register reports for boards and committees.
This workshop is not a deeply theoretical workshop on the technical aspects of risk management.
Helped challenge any preconceived ideas and to clarify areas to focus on. It was helpful to provide 'head space' to evaluate the Trust’s position.
Refresh your understanding of the key principles of risk management including risk identification, risk articulation, risk scoring and risk mitigation
Demonstrate that effective risk reporting should focus on the management of risk as opposed to the risk itself
Ensure the right focus is retained when appraising the effectiveness of your organisation’s management of risk
Review the role of risk appetite in the assessment of risk and how risk appetite can be used to support day to day risk management
Enable you to form a view of how effective the risk management framework is in your own organisation
Provides the opportunity for you to meet and network with peers to discuss common problems and explore solutions.
Very helpful sessions and the group work provided a helpful opportunity to network with others. It was also good to hear good practice and ideas from other organisations.
How to book
Module cost per delegate (ex VAT): Member: £245, Non Member: £295
You will need to provide a purchase order number at booking to confirm your place on this course. Card payments are also accepted.
Follow the booking link at the top of this page and create an account if you have not already done so.
This course can be delivered exclusively for your organisation with in-house training and can be tailored to your requirements.