Newcomer Learning Path

For entry level risk professionals with three or less years of experience

After completion of the following courses, entry level risk professionals will be facilitators, helping either a person or organization do something more easily and enable others to think through one or more issues. Newcomers learn risk management models/standards and understand the basic intent and outcomes of effective risk management in organizations and the link to organizational value.

RIMS Fundamentals of Risk Management Virtual Workshop

Course 1: Fundamentals of Risk Management

This workshop clarifies the dimensions of risk management and how to be a risk professional, specifically for those new to the discipline. Executives use these fundamentals to create, protect and realize enterprise value.

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RIMS Fundamentals of Insurance Virtual Workshop

Course 2: Fundamentals of Insurance

As one of the main forms of risk transfer, insurance is a complex and critical part of the foundation of any risk management program. This workshop covers the basics of insurance, from insurance terms and concepts to what’s included in a policy and which types are available.

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RIMS Contractual Risk Transfer Virtual Workshop

Course 3: Contractual Risk Transfer

In this course, attorneys at law will address the process of risk transfer, indemnity clauses, uses of insurance, and fundamentals of contract review. Learn how to understand and draft a contract that effectively transfers risk while reducing your company’s exposure to loss. (U.S. and Canada)

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Course 4: Risk Management Techniques

This online self-study course covers the purpose, concepts, and tools of the risk management process. Emphasis is given to supporting decision making and establishing the foundation for an enterprise risk management approach to the mitigation of traditional risks and exploitation of opportunities.

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