Leader Learning Path
For intermediate level risk professionals with 3-10 years of experience.
After completion of the following courses, intermediate level risk professionals will be risk leaders that inspires others’ behavior toward the organization’s goals. They will be conversant in alternatives for accepting, avoiding, transferring, or sharing, modifying and exploiting risk, understanding the potential consequences in applying various tactics. Leaders will know how to design and implement an integrated, customized risk management approach for their organization.
Course 1: Contractual Risk Transfer
In this course, attorneys at law will address the process of risk transfer, indemnity clauses, uses of insurance, and fundamentals of contract review. Learn how to understand and draft a contract that effectively transfers risk while reducing your company’s exposure to loss. (U.S. and Canada)Learn More
Course 3: Applying and Integrating ERM
Learn how to turn theory into practice by creating and applying a practical ERM framework that builds and protects organizational value. In this workshop, attendees will analyze the benefits and challenges of ERM, create an ERM agenda and participate in real-world case studies.Learn More
Course 2: Managing Cognitive Bias—Recognition & Avoidance Essentials
Managing cognitive bias, especially as it relates to important business decisions, is imperative. In this workshop, participants learn how to identify and incorporate debiasing techniques.Learn More
Course 4: RIMS-CRMP Exam Prep
Gain an edge with the RIMS-CRMP, the only internationally accredited risk management certification. Earning the RIMS-CRMP demonstrates your knowledge of risk management competencies and commitment to quality.Learn More
The following courses are available for additional learning: