What is Risk Management ?
This course starts by exploring the concept of risk and the factors that can constitute risks i.e. legislation affecting business operations in South Africa, health risks and a few others. It looks at organizational policies and procedures as the strategic link between a Company’s Vision and its day-to-day operations and how these could be beneficial in the management of risk.
The second section of this course deals with the two main ways of identifying risk, sources of information available to assist with this task and scenarios that can constitute a risk. It then looks at risk assessment, the level of risk, elements of risk analysis and impact analysis. It explores the steps to take when testing and revising a contingency plan as well as recommendations on improvements to contingency plans.
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Wow, such an insightful course. Hoping to ensure big changes with my newfound knowledge.
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Unit 1- Understanding risk
1.1 (incl. 1.2) Understanding risk
1.3 Concept of risk management
1.4 (incl. 1.5, 1.5.1 & 1.5.2) Factors that can constitute risks
1.5.3 Employment equity act
1.6 Financial risks
1.7 Operational risk
1.7.1 Health and safety risks
1.7.2 Environmental risks
1.8 Organisational policies and procedure
Unit 2- Risk Identification and assessment
2.1 (incl. 2.2, 2.3 & 2.3.1) Risk identification and assessment
2.3.2 Identifying prospective risks
2.3.3 Conducting interviews
2.4 Scenarios that can constitute a risk
2.4.1 (incl. 2.4.2 - 2.4.4) Financial risk
2.4.5 (incl. 2.4.6 & 2.4.7) Goodwill risk
2.4.8 Risk of staff loss
2.5 (incl. 2.6 & 2.6.1) Risk identification template
2.6.2 Impact analysis
2.6.3 Analysis techniques
2.7 Risk strategies
2.8 Risk register
Unit 3- Developing contingency plans
3.1 (incl. 3.2 & 3.2.1) Developing contingency plans
3.2.2 Plan development and implementation
3.3 Communicating contingency plans
3.4 Storage of contingency plans
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Unit 4- Testing and revising contingency plans
4.1 (incl. 4.2 & 4.3) Testing and revising contingency plans
4.4 Recommendations on improvements to contingency plans
4.5 Revising contingency plans