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2 Day Practical Risk Management Workshop


Do you want to become a risk practitioner? Add risk management to your skill set? Learn the route to qualification? Learn more about the principles of risk management at our intensive 1- and 2-day 2 day practical workshop.

Come and join Joachim Adenusi (Oga Risk) on one of his weekend intense risk workshop sessions  -He is a Certified Fellow and UK Chartered Institute Insurance  & Instituted of Risk Management Accredited Trainer. Click this link to read more about him –

What to expect:

– Risk management, corporate governance, performance management and reward culture.
– Risk identification and assessment techniques
– Risk treatment and monitoring
– What a good risk register looks like and how it works
– Risk and resource and action planning
– The benefits of good risk management culture
– Your role in implementing and updating of risk plans.
– The barriers to embedding risk management within an organisation
– Critical success factors for making risk management work.
Post training mentoring
How to prepare your CV
Interview preparation
Work Experience – live project


Venue:   Holiday Inn, Basildon, Essex

Date:   2nd and 3rd of June and July (TBC)

Time:   9:00 to 5:00pm (lunch will be provided)

Fees:   Early Bird £550 per delegate (must be paid 7 days before workshop) and £650 per delegate (must be paid 3 days before the workshop to be able to secure a seat)

To attend:    Please email or call +44 7947 182 934

Thank you and we look forward to your confirmed participation.

About the trainer

Your trainer will be Joachim Adenusi, an award winning risk, strategy and performance management professional with the ability to provide leadership, guidance and direction in order to achieve set goals. He is a certified fellow, trainer and a former executive director of the Institute of Risk Management, with over 25 years of risk, governance and strategic management experience.  He has delivered risk management training to over 2000 delegates, using a blend of presentational methods in order to support delegates’ learning experience, including group exercises, case studies, storytelling and role play.

Here’s what some of our delegates have said:

“The training helped both to cement existing knowledge and to inspire new ideas for further improving Risk Management in my organisation. Thank you ! I also realised that I knew more than I thought about managing risk, but not so much the ‘theory’ behind it”

“I found the course to be practical, insightful and very helpful. Joachim was engaging and clearly very knowledgeable – he was able to bring the subject to life and give me tools to deliver effective risk management in my organisation. I fully recommend this course for anyone wanting to become a risk practitioner or if you simply want a better understand of risk management”

” It helped me shape my course of action towards the career change”

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Risk Maturity Audit

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]All enterprises are subject to uncertainty, arising from a multitude of sources, including internal and external threats and opportunities from technical, management, project and commercial sources. The value of risk management is becoming increasingly recognised as the discipline develops and more organisations begin to reap the benefits of proactive management of uncertainty.

However organisations need an established benchmark for risk capability in order to know whether their risk processes are adequate, which will enable them to compare their management of risk with best practice.

The Risk Maturity Model (RMM) was developed to meet these needs, describing four levels of increasing risk capability, termed Naïve, Novice, Normalised, and Natural. The aim is to provide a structured route to excellence in risk management, with recognisable stages along the way which organisations can use to benchmark themselves against.

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