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Risk Appetite, Tolerance & Criteria

To manage risks effectively we must understand the extent of our true risk appetite and tolerance for specific risks, as well as how we are going to measure it.

Description

Overview

 Every organisation defines what is meant by risk appetite and tolerance in a slightly different way.

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This interactive and hands-on course will give you clear insight to what is meant by risk appetite, tolerance, capacity and criteria.  Real-life case studies relevant to those participating in the course will be used to demonstrate where risk appetite, tolerance and criteria has been successfully designed and implemented within organisations.  The training results in you drafting a number of your own risk appetite, tolerance and criteria fit for testing within your own organisation.  

 

Learning Outcomes

- Explain what is meant by risk appetite, tolerance and criteria to everyone in your organisation, from Board to front line.

- Benchmark your own organisation against case studies displaying where risk appetite, tolerance and criteria have been successfully (and unsuccessfully) implemented.

- Explore a variety of methods that can be used to establish your own risk appetite, tolerance and criteria.

- Test a number of techniques for facilitating interactive risk appetite and tolerance workshops.

- Understand how risk appetite and tolerance can be used as a tangible method for establishing and building the risk culture that you desire in your organisation.

 

 You will walk away from the course with:

- An understanding of how your organisation measures up against others regarding the use of risk appetite, tolerance and criteria, and the potential to use it to help enhance your organisation’s risk culture.

- The ability to apply a number of different techniques to your own organisation to help establish its risk appetite, tolerance and associated criteria.

- A plan for how you might organise and facilitate an interactive risk appetite and tolerance risk workshop for leadership within your own organisation.

 

Testimonies from previous participants:

"Brilliant mixture of theory & practical exercise"

"Lots of engagement with other people on the course"

Testimonies from previous participants:

"Brilliant mixture of theory & practical exercise"

"Lots of engagement with other people on the course"

About the Trainer

Dr Sarah Gordon is passionate about both risk management and training.  No matter where she is delivering her training courses, be it they in the heart of the Congo or in the Satarla Training Centre in London, they are always energetic, informative and fun.  

Sarah started out as an Exploration Geologist, working for one of the world’s largest mining companies.  Lucky enough to life and work in countries including Canada, Brazil, South Africa and the UK, she moved from Geology into Safety & Sustainability and then Risk Management. 

In 2014, Sarah co-founded Satarla with two other risk management experts:  Laura Mallabone (Engineer) and Tankiso Moloi (Accountant).  Together they have built Satarla to the 75-strong (and counting!) Associates of today, based all over the world.  Satarla is passionate about making risk management real and practical.  Our three focal points of Training, Consultancy and Research enable Satarla to constantly challenge best practice within risk management and ensure all advice given is based on experience.

Sarah is an accredited trainer and course designer for the Institute of Risk Management; Honorary Lecturer at Imperial College London; Associate Researcher at the University of Johannesburg; Chair for Foreign and External Affairs at the Geological Society of London; and the CEO of Satarla.

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