ERM 57 is an advanced course, that not only provides you with the practical technical skills you need to develop and implement an ERM program in your organization, it can also give you a respected industry credential.
The University of California Office Of Risk Services has launched ERM University to provide the highest quality professional development opportunities taught by instructors with real life risk management experience. ERM 57 — Enterprise Risk Management, based on the new edition textbook.
Erike Young, Director of EH&S for Office of the President at the University of California, will be your instructor. Erike is the host of the ARM Study Group website (www.armstudygroup.com) and has been teaching the ARM series of courses for over six years.
The course covers the following topics:
- Introduction to enterprise risk management
- Enterprise risk management in an organization
- ERM framework and process
- Risk oversight
- Strategic planning and ERM
- Risk-based performance and process management
- Internal audit and control
- Regulation and compliance
- Risk assessment and treatment
- Risk modeling
- Risk-based capital allocation
- Risk management environment and culture
The course fee is $100 and includes access to webinar recordings and supporting material (this does not include the textbook for the course). The subscription fee is waived for all University of California employees and members of sponsoring organizations/chapters of ASSE and RIMS. Please check with your local chapter or employer to see if they are sponsoring the training. For more information on sponsoring this training, contact Erike at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The textbook for the course is Enterprise Risk Management, 1st edition and can be ordered from The Institutes at http://www.theinstitutes.org/course/enterprise-wide-risk-management#shop.
For an annual subscription to the ERM 57 course material, please click on the Course Subscription tab. Please note that your subscription may take up to 24 hours to process.