Supply Chain Risk Management Certificate
The essential qualification for tomorrow’s risk practitioner. This new specialist Certificate is awarded by the IRM and developed with support from the Supply Chain Risk Management Cons
Please note: Enrolments are now open for those wishing to register for the June 2020 exam session. Course materials will be made available from 1st September 2019.
The Digital Risk Management Certificate is the ideal qualification for anyone
International Certificate in Financial Services Risk Management
The International Certificate in Financial Services Risk Management has been updated in response to international regulatory developments such as Basel III and Solvency II which requi
Sologic’s world-class Advanced Problem Solving course combines state of the art Root Cause Analysis (RCA) methods with proven management techniques to teach you how to identify, dissect and address the root causes of even the most complex probl
Quantitative Risk Management represents the discipline which deals with the ability of an organization to quantify and manage its risk. This scientific approach to business is becoming increasingly critical in today’s world a
The course will give you the understanding and tools you need to deal with uncertainty in business and the methods to help you make better quality decisions for the future. You will cover analytical and intuitive decision making an
International Diploma in Enterprise Risk Management
For 30 years, IRM's International Diploma in Risk Management has been the global choice of qualification with risk professionals and their employers.
This post-graduate level qualific
The International Certificate in Enterprise Risk Management is the ideal qualification for anyone looking for a solid foundation in the theory and practice of effective risk management.
The qualification provides you with an:
Introduction to th
Timely, accurate and effective risk reporting is an integral part of a strong risk management framework. Many organisations already have risk reporting processes in place. These are not always reviewed as often as they should be to
The issues of poor resilience management are never far from the headlines - Industry needs to be ready and able to deal with potential emergencies and disruptive events; these can range from natural disasters like flooding or heavy