Categories and Levels

  • Claims Management—information on the most up to date technologies, theories and procedures for successfully managing the claims.
  • Employment Risks—information on current risks associated with all areas of employment and how to effectively mitigate, manage and/or transfer those risks.
  • Enterprise Risk Management—Information on the evolving strategies to advance the management of risks enterprise-wide, including subject such as: Beyond process and control; designing an effective and collaborative ERM infrastructure, and integrating risk management naturally into a day to day decision making.
  • Finance—information on successfully analyzing managing and presenting the total cost of risk.
  • Industry—information related to a specific industry that is the intended to be presented in a roundtable format.
  • Insurance—information on the analysis of insurance contracts, clauses coverage from negotiation through litigation.
  • International—information on analysis of exposures that are unique to multi-national companies with some foreign exposure.
  • Legal Legislation—information on legal trends and regulatory requirements and tools for successfully navigating through potential legal minefields.
  • Loss Control—information on methods to reduce risk proactively as well as reactively.
  • Risk Management—information intended to address general risk management challenges and provide solutions for dilemmas currently facing risk professionals.
  • Strategic Risk Management—subject areas such as case studies of exemplary, mature and innovative approaches to culture, process, risk appetite, root cause applications, performance management, integration with strategic decision-making and executive, emerging risks, and organizational sustainability.

Sessions vs. Workshops

Educational sessions are lectured presentations (75 minutes) and workshops (2 hours) are more in-depth and involve case studies and examples.

Structure or Experience Levels

  • Entry 100 Series
    Limited Experience: essential facts, standard procedures, basic relationships.
  • Intermediate 200 Series
    All Audience: Enhancing professionalism through awareness and skills.
  • Senior 300 Series Significant Experience with the topic: In depth understanding of methods and processes.
  • Executive 400 Series
    Strategic approach to issues: Exploring new, strategic concepts.

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