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ERM Workshop | Calgary | May 24-25, 2017




Join us for this two-day interactive session where you can engage with your peers and colleagues in putting the theory of ERM into practice with instructors that designed and built their own successful and mature ERM Programs. This workshop is designed to help participants in building and practicing their skills in managing risk and running/contributing towards an integrated ERM program.

As a decision maker (e.g. integrated risk manager, accountant, operations manager, communications leader, security advisor, health and safety leader, and insurance broker) that needs to better understand their organizations/clients inherent and residual risks in order to better the organizations and clients success, you would immensely benefit from with workshop.

The key areas covered will include:

·         Introduction to risk management standard (ISO 31000 Standard) and change management. Understanding how to apply the ISO 31000 standard in your own organization and some key tools that can help in overcoming change resistance when implementing an ERM program in your organization.

·         Practice Root Cause Analysis within your team, develop appropriate risk mitigation strategies (avoid, reduce, prevent, segregate, duplicate, diversify, transfer (contract and insurance) and newly developed - adapt) for your given scenario.

·         Learn through practice the following topics: inherent and residual risk identification and assessment, what is risk appetite and tolerance and how do you make decisions with these concepts, aggregation of risk and what do you do with when your risk register holds a 1000 risks.

·         Understand the importance (organizational sustainability) of integrating various risk management tasks such as Emergency Response Planning and Business Continuity Planning into your organization. 

The two-day workshop will provide insurance brokers with 14 Continuing Education Units (CEU) – approved by Alberta Insurance Council (March 16, 2017). It will also provide 14 Points toward the RIMS-CRMP CEU.

The Instructors:

Darius Delon, MBA FCIP CCIB RIMS-CRMP
President, Delon Risk Management 101 Inc.
The Past-Chair of the RIMS Canada Council (RCC), Past-President of the Southern Alberta Risk and Insurance Management Society (SARIMS), former Associate Vice-President of Risk Services for Mount Royal University. One of only six Certified Risk Management Professionals (RIMS-CRMP) in Canada and official RIMS Ambassador to Canada. Darius has over 25 years experience in the risk management field with over ten years practicing ERM for various organizations (public and private).

Jignesh Padia, MSc BSc CMQ/OE CCP LSS
Risk Management Consultant

Consultant specialized in Enterprise Risk & Change Management, Lean & Quality Improvement, Healthcare and IT Projects. Brings firsthand experience as an ERM Project Lead implementing ERM as a Strategic Initiative and a trusted advisor to the Board and the CEO; who worked on creating risk culture, assessing ERM maturity and implementing ERM program at the Provincial organization in Saskatchewan. Created and implemented an electronic solution involving removal of a paper process and transitioning to an electronic system for managing and assessing risks. Jignesh has worked in Canada, India and UK with wide-range of organizations working through risk and change management concepts. He is also a certified Lean Six Sigma Black belt and an  ASQ Certified Manager Of Quality/Organizational Excellence.


Register Now - Early Bird Rate: $795 (Register Before 30th April 2017)

Regular Rate: $945 (After May 1, 2017)
Seating is limited – small class size – so reserve your spot now.

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