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Organisations encounter risks every day. Whether they arise internally as weaknesses from business processes or externally as threats, risk is always present.

While we cannot have zero risk, we can build-in to our management systems methods to identify and manage risks such as those arising from operations, or natural hazards.

Not all risks come from negative sources. Risks may come from positive sources, or opportunities. Expansion and growth are opportunities, but they also bring additional risk.

The ultimate goal is to minimize the effects of risks on your business.

To holistically manage risk requires organisations to instill a culture of risk thinking in all levels of the business. This requires an appropriate level of training so that personnel are well prepared to identify and manage risks effectively.

Available Courses

Risk Management Basics

This one-day training is aimed at helping small businesses to build a better business by understanding basic risk management principles and identifying common sources of risk.

Attending this training will enable participants to:

  • Identify common risks.
  • Identify the external and internal factors which affect risk.
  • Identify situations that may cause risk.
  • Identify the common warning signs of risk.
  • Implement, monitor, and evaluate a risk management plan.

Enterprise Risk Management Workshop

Enterprise risk management is a comprehensive, systematic approach for helping organisations to identify, measure, prioritise and respond to the risks challenging its most critical objectives and related projects, initiatives and day-to-day operations.

This one-day training consists of three modules encompassing the important aspects of Enterprise Risk Management.

Module One helps you to understand the role of ERM in an organisation, defining ERM drivers and characteristics, and understand ERM framework architecture and its importance.

Module Two focuses on risk strategy in formulating business plans, managing performance, defining risk profile, risk identification, analysis and mitigation.

The Third Module includes risk governance, monitoring and reporting, risk culture and methods to assess risk culture maturity in an organisation.

Risk Facilitator Skills Workshop

Facilitating an organisation’s risk review meeting can be a daunting task for the person responsible.

This two-day course is aimed at providing a practical approach to planning and facilitating a risk review meeting in order to obtain the maximum input from those attending the risk review meeting.

The training includes several scenarios requiring role-play so that participants are able to grasp and practise the skills required to become an awesome risk facilitator!

Contact Us

Kevin Rookes

For more information on our Training Courses call now on
+852 2117 1445 or email us here: hello@hsrc.com.hk