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This course enables certified ISO 31000 risk professionals to learn the skills and techniques required to conduct in-depth maturity assessments, reviews and audits against the principles of ISO 31000.
The course is structured about the exclusive G31000 risk management maturity model, the only ISO 31000 principles-based risk maturity model. G31000 RMM helps organizations assess alignment to ISO 31000 principles and current maturity level and to develop a roadmap for continuous improvement.
The course covers the purpose of risk management and detailed analysis of each of the Eight (8) principles proposed in the ISO 31000: 2018 risk management standard, including a set of criteria to test current maturity and identify opportunities for improvement.
Understand practical application of the each of the Eight (8) ISO 31000 principles
Learn what/how to evaluate organizations on their risk management program and structure.
Apply assessment criteria, checklists, gap anaysis and sample tools to test maturity against the ISO 31000 principles as an in-house risk auditor or an external consultant .
Develop practical roadmaps to develop and improve risk management maturity.
Only C31000 certified ISO 31000 risk professionals are allowed to take this course since attendees should have a good knowledge and understanding on the ISO 31000 risk management standard before the course , especially the vocabulary , the principles , the framework and the process proposed in the ISO 31000 standard.
The ISO 31000:2018 standard - Risk management - Principles and guidelines can be purchased on the ISO website:.ISO 31000:2018 - Risk management — Principles and guidelines
The exam covers the following competence domains: