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WHEN

From: 06 Jun 2019

To: 07 Jun 2019

WHERE

Auckland, New Zealand

LANGUAGE

The training will be conducted in English

COST

NZD1000

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COURSE CRITERIA - OBJECTIVES

The purpose of this Course to equip participants with an understanding of the fundamental tools, techniques and structured methodology for risk management across a broad range of organisational contexts.

On completion of this course participants will have the capability to participate as a member of a team in the application of the key tools within their organisation.

Upon completion of this course, learners will be able to:

• How risks are evaluated from a stakeholder / customer point of view.

• Approaches and tools to minimise operational risk.

• How risks identified during assurance activities are managed.

• How risk management is applied throughout the supply chain.

• Key tools used in risk assessment, evaluation and response in the context of implementation of improvements.

• Typical risks associated with their organisation’s context at an enterprise level.

• The link between legal, regulatory, societal and standards related risks and an organisation’s policies and strategy.

• How to be a quality planner in using risk management to prevent potential problems with product and service quality.

 

PRIOR KNOWLEDGE

None required but knowledge of management systems such as quality and of auditing would be advantageous.

 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Learning objectives describe in outline what Learners will know and be able to do by the end of the course. On completion, successful Learners will be able to:

• Describe how risks are evaluated from a stakeholder / customer point of view.

• List approaches and tools to minimise operational risk.

• Describe how risks identified during assurance activities are managed.

• Describe how risk management is applied throughout the supply chain.

• List key tools used in risk assessment, evaluation and response in the context of implementation of improvements.

• List typical risks associated with their organisation’s context at an enterprise level.

• Describe the link between legal, regulatory, societal and standards related risks and an organisation’s policies and strategy.

• Be a quality planner in using risk management to prevent potential problems with product and service quality.

Learners who attend the full course and pass the continuous assessment will be issued with a “Certificate of Completion”.

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