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Risk Management Essentials Online

Want an overview of risk management? This course is ideal for anyone who wants an introduction to a best practice approach to managing risk.

Course overview

About the course

The course includes activities, exercises, and simulations, designed to give a broad understanding of how risk can be applied across your organisation, ultimately helping you to make risk-based decisions about your business and its activities.


The course will take approximately four to five hours to complete.

By the end of this learning, you will be able to:

  • Explain what risk management means and understand its importance
  • Describe the steps in a risk management process and the techniques to support the process
  • Identify and clearly describe risks in an activity
  • Describe a range of alternative risk responses

This course includes modules across the following areas:

  • Introduction to the fundamentals of risk management
  • Make risk-based decisions
  • The ‘What’ the ‘Why’ the ‘How’ the ‘When and the ‘Who’ of risk management
  • Core elements underpinning risk management
  • Goals, components, and techniques of a risk management process
  • 12 months access to the ILX Risk Essentials course
  • Full tutor support

There is no formal exam associated with this course.

This course is aimed at anyone who wants an introduction to risk management and a broad understanding of a best practice approach to managing risk in any activity being carried out in an organisation.

There are no formal pre-requisites for taking this course.

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