Practical Risk Management Techniques

In Project Management and Monitoring by publicadmin

Duration: 1 week
Dates: 1 to 5 July 2019
Dates: 9 to 13 December 2019
Tuition fees: £2,140 (exc. VAT)

About the workshop
Project and programme management are undoubtedly key tools for delivering organisational changes, and risk management is an essential part of the overall management toolkit. Integrated risk management, planning for counter-measures, and contingency plans are vital to the control and success of major undertakings and this workshop will provide a sound grounding to assist in successful project delivery.
International development partners are looking more and more to make their investments in organisations with a proven track record in minimising risks, thereby giving assurances that funding can be spent wisely and securely.
Case studies and practical exercises are an integral part of this workshop in order to take you through the skills required for active and sustainable risk management for your organisation. You will have the opportunity to identify key risks to the success of your projects and organisational objectives. Our Workshop Director will help you to analyse these risks and to explore potential solutions and mitigation factors.
The core of the workshop is based on the UK Government’s approach Management of Risk (M_o_R® – the registered trade mark of AXELOS Limited), giving you a firm foundation on which to implement risk management within your organisation.

Who is it for?
The workshop is designed for both project and non-project management staff at all levels who are involved in delivering projects and programmes and who need to develop robust risk management plans to maximise the chances of success.

How participants will benefit
The workshop will enable you to:

    • Establish the basis for cascading risk management through your organisation
    • Improve the effectiveness of risk management processes to help assess programmes and minimise risk
    • Contribute to the achievement of desired development goals and ensure ‘early warning’ and other strategies for preventing failure.