Our Academy enables delegates to develop frameworks, practices and behaviours that instil risk and resilience disciplines across their organisation. The Academy explores the principles involved in the management risk and enabling a resilience culture, as well as how to integrate and embed best practice.
At the core of the Academy is a comprehensive training course where participants follow a programme of workshops, supplemented by interactive online resources. Our Risk and Resilience Academy is available publicly through our trusted partners or as an in-house option for a more tailored experience.
The opportunities and threats people present to the operations and strategic objectives of their organisation constitute ‘people risk’ – an area of risk often ignored because of the perceived complexities involved in effectively managing it.
As part of this course, KRisk utilise the Risk Discovery tool to facilitate the collection and analysis of information related to an individual’s risk intelligence; their values, risk competences, risk-based thinking and behaviours. This risk intelligence provides management and individuals with valuable insight into how to better engage teams, encourage certain behaviours and ultimately improve risk and resilience management performance across the organisation.
This is a fully tailored workshop aimed at encouraging participants to consider all elements of the organisation risk and resilience strategy, in response to a ‘real life scenario’. The objectives of the business, key activities and future plans will be considered.
The theme of the exercise will reflect a scenario or risk that either currently exists or has the potential to exist to the Client. KRisk develops the exercise scenario theme, a timeline with associated storyboard and appropriate injects to make the exercise seem as real as possible. There will be roles and responsibilities defined for the facilitators, ‘actors’ and participants.
Please use the blurb from our overview on the IRM site
Also both links have our videos on them – should we be adding them to our website as we’ve been told the more the better by SE?
Have you recently taken on risk management responsibility but limited experience?
Do you often wish for a mentor or coach who can answer questions and provide guidance on your risk management journey?
The KRisk often provid successful one-on-one coaching to people in different roles at many levels in an organisation. Coaching packages are designed around you, based on your needs.
Organisations needs to be ready and able to deal with potential emergencies and disruptive events; anything from from natural disasters to deliberate acts or attacks.
This course aims to provide you with a practical integrated approach to the fundamental principles of risk & resilience management by promoting solutions to enable your organisation to withstand the worst.
Learn how to assess the impact of adverse events on your organisation, choose the best risk treatments to withstand shocks and stresses, and improve your organisation’s resilience. Plus find out how adding value to risk-based decision making will help your organisation to achieve its objectives.
This course, primarily designed for management and auditors, to give a wider appreciation of the ISO 55001 standard and the benefits of good Asset Management.
This course was developed in response to demand from industry for a standard approach for carrying out Asset Management, applicable to any organisation where assets (physical/ people/ information) are a key or critical factor in achieving business objectives and effective service delivery.
Root Cause Analysis is a methodology used to understand why and how an event happened, or risk might occur in the future. Humans are very good at quickly inferring causes, however we are not always correct. Root Cause Analysis provides us with a systematic way to control our own behaviour and identify causes that need to be managed prior to unwanted events occurring.
This one day interactive workshop investigates incidents and why they occurred and explains techniques used in root cause analysis to support risk management processes across your organisation.