Risk Management for the Business Continuity Professional

Risk Management for the Business Continuity Professional 

Duration: 4.5 Days (Four full days of instruction 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., followed by one half-day Examination 8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.)
32 Continuing Education Activity Points (CEAPs) may be awarded towards recertification if applicable 
Examination: Risk Management Examination 
Cost: Please call or email

Description

Risk Management is a top priority in all sectors, from supply chain to cyber security. As a professional in this field, you have to be at the top of your game, to truly identify the threats your organization faces and how to protect against them. You need to be able to perform risk assessments, reduce organizational vulnerabilities, select cost effective risk controls, and obtain buy in from upper management. Risk Management Continuity (RMLE 2000) focuses on teaching those skills and many more. Developed and taught by experienced instructors, this course combines theory with real world practices to give you in depth instruction and tools you can put to use in creating a robust Risk Management program. The course is designed to give students the tools they need to pass the Risk Management Examination and continue on the path toward becoming a DRI Certified Risk Management Professional (CRMP) or Associate Risk Management Professional (ARMP).

Objective

  1. Provide students with detailed instruction and tools for implementing DRI Business Continuity Management Risk Evaluation and Control
    2. Delineate the skills, knowledge and procedures business continuity professionals need to develop and manage a Business Continuity Risk Management program
    3. Prepare to pass the Risk Management Continuity Examination with a minimum passing grade of 75%

Outline

Lesson 1: Risk Terminology and Framework

– Learn risk management court rulings and success factors
– Explore the framework for risk management roles and responsibilities
– Learn risk analysis and communication
– Learn how to establish risk tolerance levels and measures
– Learn how to establish resource requirements

Lesson 2: Risk Models and Processes

– Explore qualitative and quantitative methods
– Learn risk identification
– Learn asset impact analysis

Lesson 3: Threat Analysis

– Learn how to conduct a vulnerability analysis
– Explore the use of risk identification metrics

Lesson 4: Monitoring and Reporting

– Explore risk aggregation concepts, the annualized loss expectancy (ALE) formula and the DRI Risk Management Toolbox
– Participate in a comprehensive review for the Risk Management Examination